Additionally, the striking Concept 8 Series BMW showed in May at the 2017 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este will be making its first appearance on North American soil.
Thanks to a teaser from BMW, we’re getting our first glance at an open-air concept the German-Japanese roadster ahead of its debut at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance that might be our first look at the Z4/Supra.
BMW and Toyota fans alike have waited eagerly for any updates on the forthcoming Z4/Supra sports car developed jointly by the two automakers.
We’ve only seen the sports car in camouflaged, test-mule form as it underwent testing on the Nurburgring, but that might be about to change.
Don’t get too worked up – regardless of what it looks like, it’s still a concept.
as declared in A prototype of the Supra has already been spotted out on a test drive, dressed in requisite camouflage, but progress on the BMW roadster has remained a mystery…until now.
The company promised more details will be revealed on August 17th at the prestigious Pebble Beach car week in Monterey, California.
pic.twitter.com/xdpdVfT8CZ – BMW USA (@BMWUSA) July 28, 2017It’s rumored the car will replace the Z4.
For years, Bavarian sports car giant BMW and Japan’s Toyota have been working on a secret joint project to develop a shared platform that will be used to build a new Toyota Supra and a BMW roadster to replace the Z4.
If the new Z4/Supra provides as many thrills as that particular car, motoring fans are in for a treat.
BMW Z4 Concept set for Pebble Beach debut
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BMW also confirmed the Concept 8 Series Coupe unveiled in June at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Lake Como will make its U.S. debut at Pebble Beach.
Offering an early look at what we can expect from the next-generation Z4 roadster, BMW has released its first preview image of the Z4 Concept that will be unveiled August 17 at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Rumored to be a bit larger than the current Z4, this new BMW 2-seater also should spawn a higher-performance M version at some point.
Some details are likely to change on the production Z4 that’s expected to hit showrooms sometime late next year as a 2019 model, but the basic shape of this less-than-totally-revealing pic closely resembles several still-disguised prototypes that have been spied testing in Europe.
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