Autoblog enjoyed their experience with the Z4 sDrive30i, complimenting that it excels in the everyday world, as a genuine pleasure and a worthy addition to BMW’s roadster lineage.
Roadflys Charlie Romero does a nice review of the E89 Z4 in the Los Padres mountains
BMW Motorsport has announced the Z4 GT3, featuring the M3′s V8 engine, bumped up to 480hp!
I posted this in another forum, but I thought Id have a little fun and post it here too.
Since the Holidays are here, I figured Id start a thread with Holiday-ish pics. Please post any holiday pics with your rides here!
For those inquiring… picture was taken with my 1:18 scale Z4M in front of my Christmas Tree. Lighting on the car came from 2 flashlights. Squint a little and imagine the carpet as snow.
I thought this was a very interesting note posted by BimmerFile
With the release of the Z4 35is BMW will be offering only one transmission; the DCT. Our understanding is that the manual 6 speed Z4 (specifically the clutch) cant handle the torque that comes with the engine upgrade in the car.
Read the rest: http://www.bimmerfile.com/2009/12/15…h-the-z4-35is/
Courtesy of BimmerFile is a nicely compiled video of all the clips floating around the internet right now:
Its an early Christmas weekend for Z4 fans as they not only get the sDrive35is, but will also soon have an official M Package option, to be available in the Spring of 2010.
Here are some details of the Z4 M Sport Package:No pricing yet announced.
To be available in 2010 Spring.
Available on all Z4 models.
New ///M front bumper and rear diffuser.
18" ///M wheels.
Optional 19" wheels.
10mm lower suspension.
M steering wheels and seats.
M stick shift cover.
M door sills.
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Here is the newly announced Z4 sDrive35is live and in motion. As good as it looks standing still, it’s even more stunning in motion.
BMW announces the top end Z4 sDrive35is featuring 335hp / 332tq and the 7 speed DCT transmission!