BMW and Toyota have been collaborating on what has long been rumored to be a new sports car for each brand. Well it’s been three years since they started working together, and it turns out Toyota hasn’t decided whether or not to actually go into production.
With the exception of the Cayman/Boxster twins, traditional German sports cars tend to be overlooked. I don't think about the BMW Z4 that often even though I generally like it, in particular the sDrive28i fitted with the TwinPower Turbo 2.0-liter engine. None of the changes to the 2014 BMW Z4 will likely change this…
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There's something extraordinarily sexy about a woman who can handle a car. Especially when they also dream that their plain-Jane-Z4 is really a BMW Z4 GT3 — just like the woman in this BMW web advert. Rowr!
Conundrum alert gearheads! Does your lust for diesel outweigh your desire for speed? Is a sexy BMW drop-top more or less sexy when you drop in a more powerful motor for a top-o-the-line diesel fourbanger? Would you rock AC Shnitzer's 99d concept car?
The BMW Z4 took its predecessor's layout - twee two-seat roadster - and turned it up a notch. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe M-edition is even notchier, but is its price notchy or nice?
Although the driving public now considers $3 gasoline to be normal, another "gas crisis" is inevitable. To help you avoid a knee-jerk beige-buying reaction, we've assembled this list of fun and fuel-frugal sports cars you can buy now.
The Z4 sDrive 35iS is many things: A convertible. A hardtop. A grand touring machine that, we can only assume, does a passable imitation of a sports car. Is it an M car? No. Should you care? No.
You already know what it's like to drive BMW's new twin-turbo Z4. Feast your eyes now on its flowing blue lines beneath a huge summer sky.