There have been some images floating around the web of BMW’s redesigned 2019 Z4, but the suspense can finally end – we have some official pics of the new-look roadster hitting the streets next year.
It’s clearly a Z-series roadster and shares some traits with its predecessor – but its design cues have clearly been influenced by the contemporary direction BMW’s aesthetic is moving towards. The back in particular is quite reminiscent of the 6-Series boot shape.
All the nitty-gritty tech specifications haven’t been released yet, but it’s confirmed that a 250kW/340 horsepower straight-six engine will be powering the car. In addition, it will have a host of M-Performance modifications like braking and suspension systems, as well as an M Sport transmission to the rear axle.
There aren’t any pricing details as of yet, but the new BMW Z4 will also be shown at the upcoming Paris Motor Show from 4-14 October 2018 before its worldwide market launch in the first quarter of 2019, so any BMW enthusiasts wanting to get their hands on it won’t have to wait too long.