The first-generation of BMW Z4 was designed by Danish BMW-designer Anders Warming from 1998 to 2000. The Z4 was introduced at the Paris Auto Show in 2002, and went on sale in November of the same year for the 2003 model year. It is a physically larger, completely redesigned successor to the Z3. Initially, it was only available as a roadster with the 2.5L or 3.0L inline six-cylinder engines. Warming's design was controversial, as were many BMW designs of the time produced under the watch of BMW chief designer Chris Bangle.
The Z4's design addressed many criticisms of the preceding Z3; the Z4 is larger, and has a significantly stiffer chassis. The Z4 features a strut type front suspension like its predecessor. The rear suspension, however is considerably different from that of the Z3, which was based on that of the E30 BMW 3 Series. Instead of a semi-trailing arm suspension, the Z4 uses a more advanced multi-link suspension.
Z4 E85/E86 3.0si
Performance 195 kW (265 PS) . Fuel gasoline. 6-speed Manual transmission. Engine 6-cylinder.
Z4 E85/E86 2.5si
2.5 (152 cui)
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Performance 160 kW (218 PS) at 6500 rpm. Max speed 238 km/h. Acceleration 6.3 s ~ 0-100 km/h. Weight 1 395 kg. Fuel gasoline. 6-speed Automatic transmission. Engine 2 497 ccm (152 cui), 6-cylinder, In-Line.
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Z4 E85/E86 2.5i
2.5 (152 cui)
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Performance 141 kW (192 PS) at 6000 rpm. Torque: 245 Nm (181 ft/lb) at 3500 rpm. Max speed 235 km/h. Acceleration 7.0 s ~ 0-100 km/h. Weight 1 335 kg. Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 2 494 ccm (152 cui), 6-cylinder, In-Line, 24-valves.