The German based automaker BMW is planning to replace the Z4 roadster and the next generation of the model is expected to be sportier than the current one.
Even if there is no official word from the car manufacturer on this subject just yet, the guys at insideline.com are saying that the next generation of the BMW Z4 will hit the market in 2015 and the roadster will be more agile, more dynamic and sportier to drive. The future BMW Z4 is expected to keep its long hood, which might affect the handling, but apparently that design feature is well appreciated amongst its over-seas customers, so the company’s designers will have to develop a good plan.
Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on the next generation of the BMW Z4, but as a small reminder, the current two-seater has been in production ever since 2002, replacing the Z3. The BMW Z4 E89 is being made since 2009 in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, and it’s coming as a two-door roadster, being 4,239 mm long, 1,790 mm wide and 1,291 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,496 mm. the current Z4 has a choice of four engines and the same number of transmissions and it can weigh between 1,470 kg (3,241 lbs) and 1,585 kg (3,494 lbs).