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The BMW 507 is a roadster that was produced by BMW from 1956 to 1959. Initially intended to be exported to the United States at a rate of thousands per year, it ended up being too expensive, resulting in a total production figure of 252 cars and heavy losses for BMW.
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Today BMWs are among the most popular cars available in the American automobile market. Drivers appreciate BMW for the wide range of vehicles the company offers. Nowadays, BMW produces everything from high performance sports cars to spacious SUVs, to grand luxury cars and family wagons. The BMWs today feature the same levels of innovation, performance, and luxury that made BMW one of the most successful European automotive brands in history.
This is a whole new line of engines from BMW. It’s in the same “Efficient Dynamics” engine family that its newly released, 1.5-liter, three-cylinder and 2.0-liter. four-cylinder engines are from. This engine is also rumored to debut in the upcoming
Just been on BMW website. The coupe weighs in at 1655KG but that's EU spec (or something) which includes a 75KG driver. So the actual weight of the car is 1580KG. The convertible, thanks to a steel folding roof rather than carbon fiber + all the other gubbins comes out at 1885KG on the same comparison chart. So in reality, the convertible 'only' weighs 1805KG. Still heavy though - kinda puts me off. I think it's more about how light the coupe is though, rather than the convertible being especially heavy. It's still lighter than a CLK63 cab and that has a fabric roof!
In order to promote the Z8 to collectors and reinforce media speculation about the Z8's "instant classic" potential, BMW promised that a 50-year stockpile of spare parts would be maintained in order to support the Z8 fleet. Due to the limited volume of Z8 production, all elements of the car were constructed or finished by hand, thereby compounding the importance of ongoing manufacturer support for the type. The price point and production process allowed BMW to offer custom options to interested buyers. A significant number of Z8s with nonstandard paint and interior treatments were produced over the course of the four-year production run by BMW Individual, a division of BMW AG.
The World is Not Enough featured the BMW Z8, and was the end of a stream of product placements from BMW. Introduced to Bond by R, Q's new assistant played by John Cleese, it appears as though they were running a little short on ideas. R mentions that the Z8 features titanium armor, a multi-tasking heads up display and six beverage cup holders, with no other gadgets mentioned.
The BMW Z8 is a roadster car produced by German automaker BMW from 1999 to 2003. It was given the E52 BMW model code. The Z8 was the production variant of the 1997 Z07 concept car. The Z07 originally was designed as a styling exercise intended to evoke and celebrate the 1956-'59 BMW 507. The Z07 caused a sensation at the '97 Tokyo Auto Show. The overwhelming popularity of the concept spurred BMW's decision to produce a limited production model called the Z8. There were 5,703 Z8s built, approximately half of which were exported to the U.S. It was featured in 1999's
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The BMW Z8 by Senner Tuning features a sleek, black exterior with a new set of 19" Work Schwert SC1 wheels in Diamond Black, wrapped around Continental Sport Contact 5P 255/40R19 and 285/35R19 tires. The wheels were then combined with a new set of Racing Gold varnished brake calipers and a new coilover suspension Variant 2 Inox-Line. The suspension comes with an adjustable rebound and a strut bar installed on the reinforced shock mount in the front in order to stabilize the front end. Nothing else was done to the look of the vehicle, which is probably okay because of the engine upgrade provided.
Roadster built on a real BMW Z4. The car is priced at $23699 and it is powered by a V6 engine with an output of 200 hp. The body is molded from an actual Z8 so it is extremely accurate and dimensionally correct even down to the wheelbase! It has a full power top so you don’t even have to latch and unlatch it. It is all done automatically. This is one to be proud of! You will feel like royalty driving this car. Nobody will even think of it as (...)
The Z8 originated from a prototype designated Z07, which was designed by Henrik Fisker at BMW s Designworks in Southern California. It was showcased at the Tokyo Auto Show in 1997. The car was originally designed as a styling exercise to both echo and celebrate the BMW 507 of the 1950s for its 50th birthday.
built 5,703 units from March 2000 to July 2003, and 555 of those units were an Alpina version - meaning they were equipped with an an automatic gearbox and featured a wider radiator grill and side air intakes created by Henrik Fisker to get something good out of a design that didn t exactly work out the way they had intended. Needless to say, the Z8 needed some work to crank up its style and Senner Tuning was able to get their hands on one of these models to do just that.
BMW is known to release from time to time limited-production cars as the prototypical expression of the excitement for driving that is the company s backbone. The Z8 roadster was the latest vehicle to have continued this tradition. The initial prototype (the Z07) was designed in order to celebrate the famous BMW 507 50th birthday. The incredible success of the concept-car produced the decision of building the vehicle in a limited series, designated Z8. Produced in fewer than 5700 units between 2000 and 2003, the Z8 is already a collector s car.
To be or not to be? This was the question on the new to come BMW Z8. Well it seems that the answer to the question is now to be. The new model that should replace the 2003 Z8 it is a go! There were 3 proposal competing for the new model: a mid-engine Z10, a Z6 ultralight and the winer a front-engine Z8, RWD. The new model will be a two-seater with a retractable hard-top. The engine is expected to be a 4.4 liter V8 engine with a 400 horse power. The primary transmission will be a (...)
There’s no looking on the bright side as far as this car crash is concerned. The BMW Z8 just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. As is the case with most car crashes, there needs to be someone to take the fall and while we have no information as to why the driver of the Stratus rear-ended the Z8, we can’t help but feel sorry for the owner of the BMW supercar.
illustrious history began during World War I when the now-successful luxury car-builder developed fighter aircraft-engine. At the end of the WWI it switched to developing motorcycles, then in 1929, BMW bought its way into the car industry when it purchased the Dixi Car factory and started developing automobiles — some of its best were elegant roadsters.
to get something good out of a design that didn t exactly work out the way they had intended. Needless to say, the Z8 needed some work to crank up its style and Senner Tuning was able to get their hands on one of these models to do just that.
came equipped with a 5.0 liter V8 engine producing 400 HP and 370 lb-ft of torque. With a sports air filter set, a new a stainless steel silencer, and flame tubes designed with metal catalysts, the Z8 by Senner can now deliver an extra 50 HP and 25 lbs-ft, bringing it up to 50 HP and 395 lb-ft of torque. These figures make the Z8 good for a top speed of 186 mph, up from the standard 155.4 mph.
built 5,703 units from March 2000 to July 2003, and 555 of those units were an Alpina version - meaning they were equipped with an an automatic gearbox and featured a wider radiator grill and side air intakes created by Henrik
In order to promote the Z8 to collectors and reinforce media speculation about the Z8's "instant classic" potential, BMW promised that a 50 year stockpile of spare parts would be maintained in order to support the Z8 fleet. Due to the limited volume of Z8 production, all elements of the car were constructed or finished by hand, thereby compounding the importance of ongoing manufacturer support for the type. The price point and production process allowed BMW to offer custom options to interested buyers. A significant number of Z8s with nonstandard paint and interior treatments were produced over the course of the four year production run by BMW Individual, a division of BMW AG.
Performance of the Alpina Z8 differed from that of the standard car in that peak power was reduced to 375hp (280kW) while peak torque was raised to 383lb·ft (519N·m); this torque was available at significantly lower rpm than the original in order to enable more relaxed cruising. Curiously, the electronically limited top speed was officially raised to 161mph (259km/h). Only 555 of these Alpinas were built, most of which were exported to the United States market. In the United States, this special edition of the Z8 was sold directly through BMW dealerships, marking a first for Alpina, whose cars had never been sold through retail channels in the USA.