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Rumors Hint at an Asking Price of $64,695 for the 2020 BMW Z4

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You’re going to have to hand over quite a bit of cash to get behind the wheel of the BMW Z4

Back in 2008, the BMW Z4 came paired with an asking price of $37,000. Now, BMW is preparing to release a new Z4 model. Only this Z4 will allegedly have a much higher starting price.

Rumors originating from the SupraMKV forum suggest that the 2020 BMW Z4 will start at $64,695.

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At that price, the Z4 will be $27,695 more than its 2008 counterpart. Even when taking inflation into account, the 2008 Z4 only costs around $44,327.

Of course, there are some differences between the upcoming iteration of the Z4 and its decade-old ancestor. For starters, the 2020 BMW Z4 is able to produce 382 horsepower, thanks to its 3.0-liter turbocharged I6 engine.

The standard model of the upcoming Z4 also includes some of BMW’s most impressive tech. Among those features are Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Guard with Frontal Collision Warning, and Automatic City Collision Mitigation and Braking.

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This new asking price slots the Z4 right between two of its rivals: the Porsche Boxster and the Porsche Boxster S. The standard 718 Boxster starts around $60,050, while the Boxster S fetches an asking price of $72,450.

The $64,695 price tag is listed for the Z4’s M40i trim level. The pricing for the other Z4 models has yet to be revealed.

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Expect the upcoming Toyota Supra to have a similar price point

Due to the fact that Toyota developed the new Supra alongside the 2020 BMW Z4, it will likely share a similar price. That’s a heftier cost than most Supra superfans may be accustomed to handing over for the performance vehicle.

As the admittedly vague Z4 release date of spring 2019 draws closer, we will likely have a concrete answer regarding how much this highly anticipated BMW vehicle costs.

New Source: SupraMKVCarScoops