Snapshot

  • Pricing unchanged from existing lineup
  • Deliveries expected early 2023
  • Fresh styling for MY23

The 2023 BMW Z4 roadster will arrive in Australia early next year priced from $90,900 before on-road costs.

The third generation BMW Z4 has been given a facelift for MY23, including fresh design accents for the exterior, more paint finishes, a new alloy wheel design and an expanded range of equipment.

The lineup remains unchanged from the existing two variants, keeping the sDrive20i and M40i, which utilise TwinPower turbo engines and eight-speed automatic Steptronic Sport transmissions.

2023 BMW Z4 Australian pricing

All pricing is before on-road costs.

Variant Pricing
Z4 sDrive20i M Sport $90,900
Z4 M40i $133,900
M Sport Plus package $3500 for sDrive20i or $2500 for M40i
Precision Package $3600 for sDrive20i only

Features

The updated Z4 gets a fresh styling package, which includes a new kidney grille design that features horizontal slats and new front apron side air curtain intakes.

There are also three new metallic exterior colours available for the range, which include M Portimao blue, thundernight and skyscraper grey.

Additionally, the Z4 gains a new 19-inch alloy wheel design, offering an M light V-spoke style 772 M bicolour jet black matte option with a diamond polished edge, as well as the existing 19-inch M light alloy wheels in double-spoke 799 M style.

Across the lineup there are two optional packages that can be had.

M Sport Package

Available on either the sDrive20i or M40i grades, the M Sport Package includes:

19-inch M light alloy wheels double-spoke style 799 M bicolour (standard on M40i)
M Sport brakes in blue or red (standard on M40i)
Tyre pressure indicator
Adaptive M Suspension (standard on M40i)
M seatbelts
M high-gloss Shadow Line with extended contents, including; kidney grille frame, M lights, tailpipe trim, front bumper inserts (M40i only), rollover protection bar (M40i only) and body-coloured mirror caps (M40i only)

For Z4 sDrive20i drivers, combining the Package with either the 19-inch M light alloy wheels in double-spoke style 799 M orV-spoke style 772 M in bicolour jet black matte will cost $4000.

Beyond the features listed in the M Sport Package above for the sDrive20i, M40i customers adding this will be able to opt for metallic paint.

The revised M Sport Plus package also now integrates M lights Shadow Line, which replaces chrome touches for the headlight element surrounds with black.

Precision Package

Available on only the M40i, the Precision Package includes:

Heated steering wheel
Lumbar support for driver and front passenger
Ambient lighting
Adaptive LED headlights
Harman Kardon surround sound system

Engine and transmission

As mentioned, powertrains remain unchanged from the existing line-up, keeping the 2.0-litre TwinPower turbo four-cylinder inline petrol engine in the sDrive20i and the 3.0-litre TwinPower turbo inline-six petrol found in the M40i.

Both are mated to an eight-speed automatic Steptronic Sport transmissions driving the rear wheels.

The 2.0-litre four-pot makes 145kW of power and 320Nm of torque for a claimed 0-100 sprint time of 6.6 seconds, while the 3.0-litre six offers 285kW and 500Nm to cut that figure down to a nippier 4.1 seconds.

Availability

The 2023 BMW Z4 roadster will be arriving locally early next year.

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