Bmw Z4M Roadster
The first series of the BMW Z4 project code E85 was presented in 2002 at the Paris motor show as the work of Chris Bangle, BMW's chief designer and was produced in the BMW plants in Spartanburg (USA) between 2002 and 2008 in 180,856 units.
Of these, over 180,000 units, only 5,070 cars were equipped with the extremely famous 3.2L and 343 HP M engine, taken directly from the E46 M3 and installed on the Z4 chassis, a much more agile and lighter car.
The Z4 M can be recognized at first glance by the 4 tailpipes exhaust and 18-inch wheels, specifically designed for this version.
This specific example was first registered in Italy in 2006 by the Italian branch of BMW to be used as a company car, and was later exported to Germany in 2011 where it stayed with a single owner until the current owner imported it back in Italy in January 2022.
The car is presented in perfect shape, both mechanically and esthetically. The owner is not aware of any crash that the car was involved in. The trunk lid has been repainted, as shown by the slightly misplaced "M" badge on the back. The interiors are in pristine conditions.
Before being imported the car has been subject to an extensive mechanical inspection by BMW Germany, and the car did not show any mechanical issue; also a cylinder compression test has been performed.