BMW Z4 sDrive35is M Sport Package Details and Photos

A new version of the Z4 roadster is getting ready to hit the streets, as the German carmaker released today details of the sDrive35is, a car which comes with serious enhancements, including a revised straight six cylinder engine with Twin Turbo Technology, High Precision Injection and the all mighty M Sports Package, complete with M Suspension.

The new roadster, which is scheduled to make its official entry at the 2010 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, will take point in the Z4 range and comes, as said, with a twin-turbo straight-six power unit, delivering 340 hp at 5,8000 rpm and 450 Nm of torque at 1,400 rpm.

Paired with a seven-speed Sport Automatic transmission with double clutch operation, the engine makes the Z4 accelerate from naught to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds, while topping at an electronically limited speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).

The most exciting features on the new Z4, however, are the M Sport Package and the M Suspension, both of which are offered as standard on the sDrive35is.

The M Sport includes the M Aerodynamics Package (new front bumper with a horizontal trim bar in the outer air intakes finished in matt aluminum, rear bumper with specially accentuated surrounds on the exhaust tailpipes), as well as some interior upgrades, like the M leather steering wheel with gearshift paddles, M footrest and sports seats, grey faces for the instrument cluster, M entry strips, foot-mats with colored piping and the “sDrive35is” model designation, as well as M interior trim in aluminum carbon.

Back to the exterior, the car will be offered in six paintwork colors: Alpine White, Titanium Silver, Sapphire Black, Space Grey, Deep Sea Blue and Melbourne Red metallic.
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