BMW’s Latest Roadster Revealed: The All-New BMW Z4


BMW made sure its presence at this year’s Paris Motor Show would not be easily forgotten with its multi-car unveilings: first with the all-new 3 Series, then the revelation of an upcoming BMW i4, and finally another exciting public debut of the all-new BMW Z4 Roadster! Initially introduced at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the fully-updated BMW Z4 is slated to officially release for sale to the public by March 2019. With yet another public appearance, we’ve gathered together even more official updates of what’s to come to the all-new German Roadster.

When it comes to technology, the 2019 BMW Z4 Roadster is set to arrive standard with the newly-updated BMW Operating System 7.0. This updated operating system creates a gorgeous, fully-digital, completely customizable instrument cluster that allows you to put the information you deem important directly in front of you. Featuring a stunning 10.25” color touchscreen, the new BMW Z4 will also come with the entirely-new BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant; simply say “Hey BMW,” and your digital assistant comes to life in your car. The BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant enables you to control your car’s temperature, audio, navigation and more using natural voice commands--it will even answer the meaning of life! Take that, Siri.

At the peak of the Z4 Roadster range is the impressive new BMW Z4 M40i. Outfitted with a 6-cylinder engine in-line engine that has a shocking output of 340 horsepower, the M performance model of the 2019 BMW Z4 lineup can go from 0-60 miles per hour in just 4.5 seconds, and is sure make your hair stand on end with excitement from the moment you power it on. The all-new M40i will also come with variable sport steering, 18” M light-alloy wheels, high-performance tires, Adaptive M Sport Suspension, and an electronically controlled M Sport rear differential for sheer Ultimate Performance.


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