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Another coup-ay getting lots of the attention in Frankfurt is BMW's resurrection of the M-Coupe, this time in the form of the two-seater Z4 Coupe, which recalls the company's X-Coupe concept of 2001, with three-fourths less Bangle. It still has more surfaces than a Dungeons and Drageons die, but at least BMW remembered the sex appeal when they formed the coupe's second half. It's powered by B's rightfully ubiquitous 3.0-liter straight six, and BMW Chairman Helmut Panke said the Z4 Coupe will find its way into showrooms someday, likely in a form very close to that of the concept.

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New BMW M-Coupe Concept to Debut in Frankfurt [internal]