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BMW Z4 Concept Car - From Behind

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From Behind: Muscular and Sporting All the Way.
The rear end of the car bears powerful testimony to the unmistakably sporting character of the Z4 Coupé: The “greenhouse”, for example, sweeps down powerfully into the tail section, accentuating the rear wheel arches and creating a truly powerful and muscular look. The spoiler integrated in the rear lid, in turn, ensures optimum aerodynamics and streamlining with the third brake light integrated beneath the spoiler in the rear lid. A further effect is that the spoiler and brake light give further emphasis to the sheer width of the rear end.

This gives this outstanding sports car an even lower and wider appearance. And like on both the BMW 1 Series and the 6 Series, the large BMW logo in the rear lid also serves as the mechanism for opening the luggage compartment.

The rear lights were developed exclusively for this one-off Concept Car.
With a little edge in between, the lights take up the profile of the seam around the rear lid, blending harmoniously into the tail section of the car with their particular interpretation of the letter “L” design so typical of the brand. The powerful-looking, beautifully finished exhaust tailpipes round off the rear view of the car by adding a further touch of uncompromising sportiness.


Superior Stance on Exclusive 19-Inch Wheels.
The exceptional body design of the BMW Z4 Concept Car is matched by the equally extravagant wheels: Measuring a mighty 19 inches, the tyres run on 8-inch-wide aluminium rims underlining the particularly sporting calibre of this unique Coupé. In their design – a modern interpretation of the classic spoke wheel – they have been developed exclusively for this Concept Car. And in production they benefit from elaborate casting technology, the three-dimensional structure of the wheels, together with the deep wheel hump, creating an impressive look further accentuated by the darker colour in comparison with the body of the car.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 September 2005 03:59  

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