BMW has announced the M Sport Package for the Z4 with aerodynamic and suspension modifications. It will debut at Detroit 2010.
Back in September we brought you some pictures of what at first glance appeared to be a BMW Z4M, despite BMW making it clear that they are not going to build an M car this time round. But it actually turned out to be a Z4 with M Sport Package zapping round the Nurburgring looking, to all intents and purposes, like a new hot Z4.
Almost three months on BMW has finally got round to revealing the M Sport Package for the Z4 which will – just like the BMW Z4 sDrive35is we reported on yesterday – debut at the Detroit Motor Show in January 2010.
The modifications that come with the M Sport Package are more subtle than glaring; more refined than ‘Halfords’. They comprise of two elements – aerodynamic and suspension. Adaptive M Suspension is on offer, giving a 0.4″ reduction in ride height and Dynamic Damping Control to improve handling. The front and rear bumpers get a more aggressive look and a rear diffuser in black is included. Standard 18″ M alloys or a 19″ option.
The interior gets a tweak too, with an M Leather Steering Wheel, M Door Sills and Sports Seats and the normal black headliner. Manual models also get an M gear knob.
A decent looking Sport Pack for the Z4, which makes it look more purposeful and Sporty. The aim is achieved.
BMW hasn’t given us any prices yet but no doubt will as we get closer to the launch at Detroit.