The 2021 Z4 Which Documents BMW Cooperation With Toyota Undergoes Our Test

The star of today’s episode of Test Drive program will be the 2021 BMW Z4 1, which is considered a result of a collaborative project between the German company and the Japanese giant Toyota, and the result is many common parts between the sports car that Karim Deeb tested in this episode with Toyota Supra in its fifth generation.

We are testing the third generation of the BMW Z4, which first appeared in August 2018 as a 2019 model car. Our website founder Mousub Shashaa had previously tested the Z4 M40i in an episode of Special Coverage program.

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After we showed you our detailed test-drive of the small Bavarian sports convertible that shares many parts with the current Toyota Supra that we have tested previously, these are the last 3 episodes we presented of Test Drive program on ArabGT:

 

In today’s episode, Karim tested the standard version of the Z4, which has the smallest beating heart, and it is fitted with the optional M kit for the exterior.

The 2021 BMW Z4 20i version that we tested today is powered by a turbocharged 4-cylinder two-liter engine that generates 197 horsepower and 320 Newton meters of torque and is connected to an 8-speed ZF gearbox so that the rear-wheel-drive car can accelerate from zero to 100 km / h in 6.6 seconds and a reach a top speed of 240 km / h.

As for the 30i, it is based on the same 20i engine, but it produces 258 hp and 400 Newton meters of torque, reaching a speed of 100 km /h in 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 250 km / h

Finally, the most powerful 40i version is powered by a 6-cylinder 3-liter twin-turbo engine with a power of 340 hp and 500 Newton meters of torque, and the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds and can reach a top speed of 250 km / h.

The price of the 2021 BMW Z4  in the United Arab Emirates starts from 68,600 US dollars, equivalent to 252 thousand dirhams or 237,320 Saudi riyals, and the price of the new Z4 in the UAE reaches 84,680 US dollars or 311 thousand dirhams or 317 550 Saudi riyals.

 

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