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The pricing of the BMW Z4 roadster has yet to be announced, so, in that capacity we'll just have to hurry up and wait. But in the meantime, there's no harm is admiring the projected amenities, right? Also, just look at that sleek exterior — pretty baller, if you ask me. I'm not gung-ho on the orangey color, but if someone were to say, gift it to me for free, I sure as sh*t wouldn't complain.
Again, these are just concepts. The car itself won't be on the market until 2019 (permitting the world makes it there). In these instances, auto experts do their best to speculate, just like techies do with smartphones that have yet to hit shelves. As per Auto Blog —
"Automobile reports that there will be three engines available, all familiar from the 3 Series range, and consistent with model codes leaked a few weeks ago. The 180-horsepower s20i and 248-hp s30i will have turbocharged four-cylinders, while the M40i version will have a 320-hp turbo inline-6. How many of those will come to the United States is unclear, but there apparently won't be a Z4 M. Don't count on hybrids either, though if someone is really clamoring for a hybrid version, perhaps the Z4's Toyota Supra coupe sibling is a more likely candidate. As has already been reported, the Z4 will keep the manual transmission alive but Automobile adds that the available automatic will be BMW's familiar (and excellent) ZF eight-speed. Inside, there will apparently be more space, which would be impressive given just how large the outgoing Z4's cabin was compared to the Boxster's and the few other remaining roadsters."
Now, I'm not what you'd call a car aficionado, in fact, I'm not even what you'd call, a good driver, but all that mechanical, technical mumbo-jumbo sounds pretty impressive to me. Again, if anyone wants to keep this ride in mind over the next 2-years, then go ahead and buy me one — you know where to find me (mostly kidding, the internet is a scary place, don't stalk me).