Is he coming or is he not coming? The rumors surrounding a possible BMW Z4 Coupé based on the new G29 series are going strong. Finally, BMW has created with the 1998 introduced Z3 Coupe (E36 / 8) and the successor Z4 Coupe (E86) a not to be despised fanbase. And now, of course, waiting for a possible successor based on the G29 that was not allowed to go into series production with its predecessor E85. A J30 or G29 / 8 (or what's his name?) would be the perfect alternative to the new A90 Supra and in particular as the +500 PS M-Competition variant with the 3,0-liter twin-turbo in-line six from the new X3 M / X4 M, for many, a real alternative to the M2 Competition. We just thought about what the “new sneakers” might look like. A Z4 M40i Roadster serves as the basis, and we have given it an unmistakable coupe roof in the style of its predecessor. Of course, everything is a bit more modern and a bit based on the i8.
650 PS widebody BMW Z4 M Coupe
Alone this change comes close to a transformation. But that's not all. We also tailor-made the widget kit for the Coupe. All around there were huge fender flares and the front apron is complemented by a Sichtcarbon spoiler lip. At the rear, we donated the Z4 darkened taillights and a typical 4 pipe sports exhaust system from the manufacturer Eisenmann with dark tailpipes. And, of course, a new chassis as well as stylish alloy wheels were of particular importance. The lowering of our Z4 M Coupe therefore takes over an Airride air suspension and the wheel set, we opted for the RS from the house BBS, The visibly screwed multi-part forged rim comes with a rim star in matt black and apple candy red painted rim beds and fits perfectly into the wheel arches. And then there's the engine. We decided to throw out the 340 PS B58 six-cylinder engine and equip it with the brand new high-performance M TwinPower 6 cylinder from the X3 M / X4 M. Of course, the engine equipped with double vanos and two turbochargers is also anything but series.
650 PS are also feasible in reality
By means of a revised turbocharger, chip tuning software, air intake system and the sports exhaust system mentioned above, an increase in performance to at least 650 PS should be possible without any problems and in combination with the rear-wheel drive of the Z4 and the equally transplanted 8 gearbox Steptronic sports gearbox from the X3 The sprint to 100 km / h should be done in well 4 seconds. And that the performance increase is not completely pulled over the hair shows us 500 PS Z4 from tuner G-Power, The company finally managed to tickle 160 PS out of the B58 without any problems and 650 PS should be easily possible with the X3 M engine. Many small details such as the clipped doors, the carbon mirror caps or the completely darkened windows make for an extremely dark appearance and furthermore, that the speculation about the Z4 Coupe will probably continue.
Here are the details of the BMW Z4 M Coupe:
- Widebody body kit (fender widening all around, no visible screw connections)
- Doors without door handles (cleaning, open by remote control)
- Taillights black
- Front headlight with active BMW daytime running light (slightly darkened)
- Coupe roof in the style of the BMW Z4 & Z3 M Coupe
- 4 pipe sports exhaust system (Eisenmann)
- Airride lowering landing gear
- no chrome on the vehicle
- tinted windows all around
- no wiper rear
- BBS RS forged wheels in 10,5 × 20 inches at the front and 12 × 20 inches at the rear (black & apple candy red)
- Carbon mirror caps
- Carbon front spoiler lip
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650 PS Widebody BMW Z4 M Coupe (2020)
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