TURIN – BMW AG's all-new Z4 roadster breaks cover at the Paris show in September. The successor to the Z3 adopts the new BMW name scheme in which odd-numbers go to mainstream models and evens are reserved for sports cars and coupes. BMW X-coupe concept The Z4 takes its styling cues from the controversial X-coupe concept car and looks just as clumsy. The bizarre shutlines, body creases and what design boss Chris Bangle calls "flame surfacing" are clearly evident. At ...
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