2020 BMW Z4 U.S. Pricing Leaked, Will Start At $64,695

BMW will be asking at least $64,695 for the new generation Z4 in the United States, without the $995 destination charge, when it goes on sale next year.

According to a leaked document shared by SupraMKV forum member Bryster, the new BMW Z4 M40i comes with standard LED headlights, 18″ alloys, satin aluminum exterior trim, and black soft top. Inside, it gets ambient lighting, electrically adjustable front sport seats with memory function, SensaTec upholstery and aluminum trim.

The 3-spoke multi-function, leather-wrapped steering wheel is also standard, alongside the 10.25-inch infotainment system, 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, reversing camera, dusk-sensing headlights, rain-sensing wipers, and others.

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In the safety department, the 2020 BMW Z4 M40i gets Active Guard with Frontal Collision Warning, Automatic City Collision Mitigation and Braking, Daytime Pedestrian Protection and Speed Limit Info.

Customers will be able to spec their cars with several optional extras, such as the Driving Assistance Package, Premium Package, Executive Package, Park Distance Control, Active Cruise Control, leather upholstery, metallic paint, 19-inch wheels, remote engine start and smartphone wireless charging.

The U.S.-spec 2020 BMW Z4 M40i has a 382 hp (387 PS / 285 kW) turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine, while in Europe, the same version of the roadster has to make do with 335 hp (340 PS / 250 kW).

Note: 2020 BMW Z4 M40i European model shown

H/T to Tommy

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  • StrangerGP

    That’s a lot of money. You can get a Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet for the same price. Similar hp output, but a much larger car which can (theoretically) fit four passengers.

    • Kagan

      Well normally smaller cars are more expensive.

      • ksegg

        The MX-5, Focus ST (before Ford stupidly stopped selling in the US), and a few other smaller cars disagree with you. 😀

  • AntBee

    Why is BMW watering down its M-Division by having so many vehicles available with the M-Sport package? It is like Mercedes-Benz putting AMG on just about everything. I just do not get it.

    • Kagan

      Money money money must be funny!

    • ksegg

      $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

      They don’t care about their brand, they just whore themselves out.

  • SteersUright

    $65k?!!!!
    Well, there goes any chance of success for this little roadster. Even at $50k it’d be a tough sell. $45k is where it should be at.

    • Mr. EP9

      It should be but it won’t. I expect the Supra to be around the same price range.

      • ksegg

        You’re assuming the Supra will actually be released.

        • SteersUright

          lol

    • Merc1

      Yep, price is way too high. My goodness what were they thinking.

      M

    • ksegg

      At $45K it would sell very well.

      $65-70K, LOL good luck.

    • Matteo Tommasi

      Man, in Italy that costs €65k, so don’t complain. Just buy something else

  • GobbleUp

    Can’t believe how ungainly and dated this car looks already. So poorly done.

    • wintergraan

      I think it still looks great. Well done, BMW! 🙂

  • Kagan

    60 hp deficit for Europe! What is happening! It used to be the other way around!

    It can’t just be the particle filter or can it?

    Haven’t seen it in reality but in the pictures it looks blaaah.

    • Mr. EP9

      Emissions are killing performance.

  • Jørn-tommy Skjellnes

    In som European markeds thats cheap for a car with 382 hp. In my home country a 160 hp Mx-5 cost 40000 dollar, a audi TT roadster 180 hp cost 51000 dollar , ford mustang 2,3 cab 87000 dollar so i think a z4 wold cost abought 95000-110000 dollar
    overhere.

  • xDRAN0x

    Looks out of proportion to me .

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