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BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit: Exclusive Edition For Japan

BMW Z4 | July 7th, 2014 by 2
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BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit Limited Edition For Japan. 60 units available. To honor the success of the local BMW Sports Trophy team, BMW Japan …

BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit Limited Edition For Japan. 60 units available.

To honor the success of the local BMW Sports Trophy team, BMW Japan has now launched a limited edition model of the Z4 roadster.

Dubbed BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit, the sporty Z4 comes with the M Sport package and in a prominent places, the colors of the BMW M. The front end bears a striking M-décor that combines all 60 copies with a paintwork in Alpine White and black kidney grille.

BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit: Exclusive Edition For Japan

Technically, the BMW Z4 sDrive20i (E89 LCI) remains practically unchanged, the turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 184 hp as usual. In the case of the BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit, both the eight-speed sports automatic transmission with shift paddles on the steering wheel and the 19-inch wheels double spoke 326 M from the M Sport Package come standard with it.

Inside, leather and Alcantara dominate, a combination known from the Design Pure Traction package which also includes seats with elements in orange and orange contrast stitching on the dashboard and door panels.

BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit: Exclusive Edition For Japan BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit: Exclusive Edition For Japan BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit: Exclusive Edition For Japan BMW Z4 sDrive20i GT Spirit: Exclusive Edition For Japan

Pricing has not been disclosed at this moment.

  • Elurztac

    Why ? How can they purpose a really awesome livery with this little tiny engine ?!

  • anonymous coward

    @elurztac:disqus
    Japan has a car tax that’s based on the engine displacement (there’s also a tax based on the weight, but that’s a slightly different story). Last time I checked it was about $400 per year for a 1.5l to 2.0l engined car. So I’d imagine the Japanese would prefer the smaller engine.

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