When you open the door the first features of the elegant interior to catch the eye are the generous trim elements and high-quality materials with their flawless workmanship. The design of the centre console and dashboard leaves no doubt that the driver is the focal point of the action. Meanwhile, the numerous storage compartments and capacious stowage areas are exceptional for a roadster.
The standard-fitted Drive Dynamic Control allows three different set-ups. The NORMAL, Sport and SPORT+ modes allow drivers to modify the accelerator pedal characteristics, engine management and Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) settings to their requirements.
Three six-cylinder in-line engines will be available from launch. The engine in the new BMW z4 sDrive23i develops 204hp (150kW), the sDrive30i boasts 258hp and the sDrive35i delivers 306hp. The most powerful Z4 Roadster can also be ordered with a seven-speed Double Clutch Transmission (DCT), which ensures that there is no noticeable interruption to the flow of power when changing gear. And so, as well as producing rapid acceleration times, the new BMW z4 sDrive35i also presents a compelling case for itself in terms of fuel consumption. Indeed, which other 306hp car burns an average of just two gallons of unleaded petrol per 62 miles?