The new version of BMW's fun two-seat convertible gets a retractable hard-top roof this time around. In design, the style lies somewhere between the Z4's first-generation retro look and the second generation's more modern, angular look.
It will be available with a choice of two 6-cylinder engines, one producing 255 horsepower and the other, with twin turbochargers, putting out 300 hp. Buyers can also get a six-speed manual transmission, a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic or a six-speed automatic.
The new Z4's Dynamic Drive Control system allows the driver to set various performance characteristics, including steering wheel and gas pedal response.