This is the end of the BMW Z4. The second generation of the German roadster has been in production from 2009 but this week, BMW has announced that the model will be phased out. 

The last unit of the BMW Z4 is an sDrive35is version that was painted in Valencia Orange Metallic. More than that, it was the last BMW model that will wear the reputable inline-six turbo N54 3.0-liter engine.

But BMW won’t stop here. As we previously reported, the German car manufacturer and Toyota have signed an agreement for developing a sports car. Toyota is likely to reborn the Celica, while BMW will come on the market with Z5 roadster. The German model was also caught by the spy photographers. 

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It ditches the hard top and features the new and more popular soft top. As a result, the model will come with a bigger trunk and it will also be lighter. According to the same rumors, the new BMW Z5 will be built at Magna Steyr’s factory in Graz, Austria starting 2018.

Source: BMW