The 2009 Z4 has started arriving at U.S. dealerships. Wondering how the new Z4 drives/looks in person? Head down to your dealer for a test drive and let us know!
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AC Schnitzer has a black E89 Z4 in its stable and the tuning house is wasting no time in starting its customization. Plans include performance upgrades, a sports rear silencer and tailpipe trims, suspension optimization, aerodynamic components and interior accessories.
Now that the new BMW Z4 (E89) is getting out into the European market it seems more and more photos are flooding in. The people at carfreaks.net went out for a trip to BMW welt and were able to snap some direct comparison photos between the E85 and E89 Z4s!
Absolutly amazing… that is all I can say. This beautiful titan silver Z4 already was equipped with OEM CF splitters are some large Hartge wheels. The result is amazing!
Brand new E89 Z4s in an assortment of colors was just posted up on Zpost. Check it out!
BMW of Swiss has posted up the entire catalogue of OEM BMW Accessories for the Z4 and it looks like they’ve put some effort into crafting some nice parts for us. I’ve gona ahead and tried to grab all the pictures I can and put them together in one place. Enjoy!
BMW North America has just released the U.S pricing for the new 2009 BMW Z4. As expected, there is a price increase over the previous Z4 generation, but still significantly lower than the German pricing.
The entry model, BMW Z4 sDrive30i has a base price of $46,575 and the twin-turbo powered sDrive35i jumps over the 50k mark, more specifically, $52, 475. Both prices include the Destination & Handling fee.
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Here are some pics of the new Z4 taken @ BMW Welt today:
Think the exhibit is going on all weekend. If you are in NYC you should definitly stop by.
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Heinz Krusche is BMW’s chassis guru. I’ve met him several times, and always enjoyed top insight from him (not least his tales of how he keeps DSC turned on for the road – but ‘always’ turns it off when on track…).
Such people exist in every car company, but they don’t always have the power of Krusche.