I like the Z4 coupe. However, I do have to say that it seems rather forced after Porsche released the Cayman. Sorry BMW, Porsche scooped you.
OT: It's like seasons here. You have to keep posting about the same thing every 6 months, or people forget about it. Plus, there's a rather large turnover here. I mean, we have 20,000+ members, but how many of us are actually active? 500? (if that?)
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I don't think that it was an answer to the Porsche so much as a natural evolution of the car. After making the roadster, the coupe was inevitable, poor sales figures or not.
Kind of like the ///m roadster (which I ALSO have mentioned before) is going to happen and has already been spotted. And the ///m z4 coupe. These are natural evolutions of the z4, and BMW will 95% have it their way whether we like it or not.
Overall it sounds like we'll like it though... so why bother.
I want me the ///m roadster, but the coupe is hot (and better performing with a stiff roof) ... I just... already have a roofed ///m car. Or had. Or whatever.
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