BMW has announced they will push the next generation of Z-Series models to the limit with the 2019 Z4 M40i.
Currently undergoing final testing, the German manufacturer says the roadster will “soon go out on public roads” presumably for further testing.
Furthermore, BMW promises the model will be instantly distinguishable as a “purebred roadster” thanks to its long bonnet low centre of gravity, short overhangs and of course, the soft-top roof.
Looking closer at the roadster, the M40i is fitted with an aggressive front end and traditional double kidney front grille with a Y-shaped pattern. Moving further along, the model has a steep windshield and front fender vents.
The rear end is fitted with sleek rear light, ventilated rear bumper and dual exhaust system.
What about the 2019 Z4 M40i power output?
The Bavarian marquee has kept a tight lip on what to expect but they have confirmed the 2019 Z4 M40i will benefit from a new six-cylinder engine which they claim will be “extremely powerful”. BMW didn’t reveal exactly how power, but sources indicate the vehicle will make do with a 3-litre twin-turbo motor pushes out 380 horsepower.
BMW did not reveal when they plan to reveal the 2019 Z40 M40i and the rest of the Z4 lineup. However, there have been reports suggesting the vehicle could be unveiled this summer. After that, it should make its way to the Paris Motor Show later in the year.