2016 BMW Z4 , Review, Release Date, Price

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2016 BMW Z4 Convertible

2016 BMW Z4 , Review, Release Date, Price

2016 BMW Z4 hardtop convertibles are two seats that provide a blend of luxury, style and precision expected BMW handling dynamics. The Z4 has received a number of powertrain updates in the last few years, most recently the turbocharged four-cylinder engine that improve acceleration and fuel economy compared to the old inline-six.
Overview
Outside, a lot of the features of the previous model design of polarization has been toned down for the latest Z4, so it looks more elegant. The styling takes its inspiration from the Z8 elongated profile, while the proportion of overall stays true classic long-hood, short-deck behind the formula that is used by successful sports cars for decades.

Clean Interior and driver-focused, with a simple two-gauge instrument panel and a high-quality wood and chrome trim. There is plenty of room for the driver and front passenger, while Rod has enough room to hold two sets of golf clubs with a hardtop raised (there are significantly less cargo volume with the roof lowered).
Disappeared only 19 seconds, Z4 hardtop roof promises better temperature and noise isolation from its predecessor the canvas. Also offering increased visibility and looks very similar to the coupe when standing.

Powertrain Lineup
Turn on sDrive28i is BMW’S turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces power 240 HP and 260 lb-ft of twist. The engine sits far behind the front axle line of six-cylinder it replaced, improving weight distribution and handling. Improve fuel economy to an impressive 22 mpg city and 34 mpg highway, and the car accelerates from a standstill to 60 mpg in the mid range second five.

SDrive35i more potent has the maximum output of 300 horsepower, peak torque of 300 pounds-feet wide rev range reached from 1400 to 5000 rpm. 2016 BMW Z4  Weighing just 355 pounds, 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six light owes the crankcase magnesium/aluminium composite cylinder head cover, made of special synthetic materials and lighter camshafts with aluminum VANOS CAMSHAFT control unit. The SDrive35i is rated at 19/26 mpg and 17/24 with a choice of manual and seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, respectively.
For those who demand the maximum power, the sDrive35is brought six Turbo pengembanagan version with 335 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque which 369 lb-ft for a short period thanks to the electronically controlled functions-overboost. SDrive35is back 17 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway.
A six-speed manual transmission comes standard on all sDrive28i andsiDrive35i. IDrive28i has an optional eight-speed automatic, while the sDrive35i sDrive35is and come standard with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox that can be controlled via shift paddles mounted behind the steering wheel.

Standard and optional features
2016 BMW Z4 The standard list of features including the Z4 can be used on upholstery, dual zone automatic climate control, AM/FM/CD stereo system with HD Radio and AUX and USB input, Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone wiper resistance, mirrors, power-adjustable seats, bi-xenon lights and 17-inch Alloy wheels.
Z4 can be spec’d with a host of luxurious features such as navigation system with 3D maps and 8.9-inch screen, ultrasonic parking system and keyless entry systems access. Also available is a package of M Sport, which takes more aggressive body kit, steering M sports a thick, nicely assisted sports seats, 18-inch alloy wheels and adaptive suspension M.
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