The E52 BMW Z8 roadster (1999-2003) is quite the rare sight, being sold in low volume from 2000-2006. The all-aluminum chassis and body housing a 4.9L 32-valve V8 was priced fairly high at a stunning $128,000. Sharing the power plant of the E39 M5, the S62 motor was capable of 400hp and 370 lb-ft of torque. BMW strategically placed the engine behind the front axle in order to achieve a 50/50 weight distribution. The Z8 was a production variant of the 1997 Z07 concept car; the resemblance can be seen quite easily.
Posted: March 25, 2016||
Introduced to the world on the E36, Hellrot Red was a stunning color to see. Because of its rarity, the Hellrot Red coating is commonly mistaken for Imola Red or Electric Red however put the reds side by side and it will be easy to tell the difference. Hellrot Red is a much brighter shade of red that will grab anyone’s attention in an instant.