The BMW Z4 E86 Coupe is an iconic example of German engineering and performance, produced from 2002 until 2008. The 2006 model is a unique representation of BMW's commitment to creating a luxurious and sporty driving experience. The exterior is designed to keep with the classic Z4 sports car silhouette, with sharp angles and a muscular yet sleek shape. The sculpted curves of the body offer a nod to classic BMW engineering. The 2.5-liter inline-6 engine features BMW's proven Valvetronic technology and delivers up to 220 horsepower to the rear wheels through a standard 6-speed manual transmission. This provides exceptionally quick acceleration and competent cornering. For a driver who wants the luxury of leather seating and comfort amenities, the Z4 E86 offers an interior package unprecedented at its MSRP price point. The 2006 model features two seats, wrapped in contrasting leather with heated power adjustable seats, a tilt/telescoping wheel, and a six-speaker premium audio system with a CD changer and auxiliary input. The Z4 E86 also includes a unique crossover vehicle styling, complete with a folding hardtop and large side-view windows. This allows owners to enjoy the great looks of a coupe with the outdoor functionality of a convertible. The car boasts classic BMW performance and elegance. With agile handling, quick acceleration, and a luxurious interior, the Z4 E86 coupe is an excellent choice for drivers who want a great mix of style and performance.
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