The BMW Z4 is a rear-wheel drive sports car by the German car maker BMW. It follows a band of accomplished BMW roadsters such as the BMW Z1, BMW 507, BMW Z8, and the BMW Z3. The Z4 replaces the Z3. First bearing assembly started in 2002 at BMW's Greer, South Carolina plant, with assembly of both auto and auto forms. When debuted, it won Automobile Magazine "Design of the Year Award". Starting with the 2009 archetypal year, the second-generation Z4 is congenital at BMW's Regensburg, Germany bulb as a retractable auto roadster. In 2009, the BMW Z4 won the Red Dot Design Award.
The first-generation BMW Z4 was appointed the E85 in auto anatomy and E86 in coupé form. It was advised by Danish BMW-designer Anders Warming.
From 2003 the Z4 Auto is accessible as a 3.0i (3.0 L I6 with 231 hp), a 3.0si accessible with the fresh bearing 3.0 L I6 with 265 hp (198 kW) , a 2.5si with a 2.5 I6 with 218 bhp (163 kW; 221 PS), a 2.2i with a straight-6 170 bhp (127 kW; 172 PS) engine, or a 2.0i with a 150 bhp (112 kW; 152 PS) 2.0 L I4. The Z4 coupé is accessible alone in the high-performance 3.0si trim powered by the 3.0 L 225 hp (168 kW) I6. The Z4 (E85 Roadster/E86 Coupe) was congenital at the Greer plant.