BMW Z4 facelift launched at Rs 89.30 lakh

    With 340hp, inline-six petrol engine under the hood, the Z4 sprints from 0-100kph in 4.5 seconds.

    Published On May 25, 2023 04:48:00 PM


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    BMW has launched the new Z4 roadster facelift in India for Rs 89.30 lakh (ex-showroom, India). As before, the Z4 continues to be offered only in M40i spec in India, but the prices have gone up by Rs 4.40 lakh from the last recorded price of the pre-facelift model. With the facelift, the Z4 now gets subtle exterior and interior cosmetic updates, but remains mechanically unchanged. BMW says the Z4 will be available for deliveries from June onwards.

    1. Soft-top roof opens/closes in 10 seconds
    2. Comes to India as a CBU
    3. Only rivals the Porsche Boxster in India

    BMW Z4 facelift exterior updates

    The cosmetic updates to the exterior of the Z4 are rather minimal, and can be easily missed if you’re not keen eyed. The most distinct is a new front bumper that gets redesigned, triangular air intakes at either ends with a new blacked-out finish. And while the central air intake and headlamps are largely unchanged, the grille also gets a new blacked-out finish with a honeycomb pattern instead of the silver finish on the pre-facelift model.

    Elsewhere, in profile and at the rear, the Z4 is identical to the outgoing model, although there’s a new design for the 19-inch alloy wheels. As for the fabric roof-top, BMW says it can open or close in 10 seconds at the touch of a button.

    BMW Z4 facelift interior and features

    It’s a similar story on the inside as well. The dashboard design remains identical while there are updates to the trim and upholstery. In standard spec, the Z4 M40i gets a mix of leather and Alcantara upholstery with contrast blue stitching and piping. You also get M Sports seats and steering wheel.

    Standard features include a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with the latest iDrive 7.0 operating system, digital driver’s display, ambient lighting, powered driver and passenger seat with memory function, dual-zone AC, connected car features, 4 airbags, dynamic traction control, dynamic stability control, cornering brake control and more. BMW also claims they have improved storage space behind the seats, but it still remains a strict two-seater model.

    Additionally, you can also pick from a wide variety of optional equipment such as adaptive headlamps, anthracite silver effect for the soft-top roof, Harman Kardon sound system, driving assistant, active cruise control, head-up display and parking assistant.

    BMW Z4 facelift engine, specs

    Under the hood, the Z4 M40i continues to be powered by a 340hp, 500Nm, 3.0-litre, twin-turbocharged inline-six cylinder engine – the figures are unchanged from before. The engine comes mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, sending drive to the rear wheels only.

    As standard, the Z4 M40i also gets adaptive M Sport suspension, M Sport brakes, M Sport differential, launch control, three driving modes and cruise control with braking function. BMW claims the Z4 M40i can sprint from 0 to 100kph in just 4.5 seconds.

    The only direct rival for the BMW Z4 in India is the Porsche 718 Boxster, although the latter is much more expensive with prices starting from Rs 1.52 crore (ex-showroom). BMW will also launch the all-new M2 Coupe in India in the coming days.

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    BMW i5 revealed with two powertrain options

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