|Engine||S62 4.9 Litre 32-valve V8|
|Power||400 bhp @ 6600rpm|
|Torque||370 lb ft @ 3800rpm|
|Top speed||155mph (limited)|
|Price when new||£1478|
2001 BMW Z8 Exported from Peru to the U.S in 2001 this iconic 2001 BMW Z8 with 2 tops and a very low 30,226 on the odometer comes in titanium silver metallic with black interior. A beautiful color combination. It comes with a clean CarFax and is equipped with a M powered 4.9L V8 engine with a 6 speed manual transmission, air conditioning, power windows, power seats, 5 spoke alloy wheels and includes the jack, tool kit, owner's manual and original window sticker. The Z8s are climbing in value. A tribute to the legendary 507. An extremely clean and presentable example which is mechanically sound. For $169,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
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2003 BMW Z8 Alpina Roadster #262 VIN: WBAEJ13473AH62196 Titanium Silver Metallic with Red and Black Nappa Leather In 1997, BMW released the Z07 styling study penned by Henrik Fisker (later to become head of design at Aston Martin). The Z07 concept was heavily inspired by the legendary 507 and was never intended for production, but rather as a statement of brand heritage. However, the customer reaction was strong enough that BMW reconsidered their position and announced the production version of the Z8 as a limited volume car that the public car. Only one configuration, the roadster, would be constructed from 2000 to 2003. The production Z8 differed slightly from the concept Z07, carefully retaining the themes and details while offering a refined production car. The Z8 featured a long hood and short deck, placing occupants nearly at the rear axle. The small doors, curvaceous fenders, low-slung stance, and the detailing evoked a retro feel , yet the car was also thoroughly modern. All Z8s came with removable hard tops, unique keys, an embossed tool roll (a vintage touch), and a color-matched dashboard with centrally placed instruments. Mechanically, the Z8 was very sophisticated. The
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In 1997 the Z07 Concept was introduced at the Tokyo Auto Show, and with overwhelming interest it was quickly put into production as the Z8 (known internally as the E52). Launched in Europe in 1999, then in the US in 2000, nearly 5,703 examples would be produced with only 2,543 units destined for the US Market from 2000-2003. Penned by Henrik Fisker (later the Head of Design for both Aston Martin and Fisker Automotive), the Z8 has an overwhelming similarity to the 507 of 1956-1959. It evokes a sense of timelessness like it’s 507 predecessor and has design elements that gave a classic look with creature comforts of the most basic nature to conform to what really is the ultimate driving machine. The Z8 Offered few colors and options, but it was done to keep the vintage appeal pure while not spoiling any of the perfect lines of a long bonnet two-seated sports car. Z8’s aren’t necessarily rare, but with the rising market tide there has been quite a bit of interest and realization to the fact that they are an iconic car for little money. The performance is unequalled in the roadster class from 2000-2003, and the Z8 offers quite a bit for the collector actively seeking not only a reliable
2001 BMW Z8 Roadster VIN: WBAEJ13461AH60405 Titanium Silver Metallic with Black Nappa Leather Long valued for their excellence in performance and design, BMW has become the premier sport luxury brand among enthusiasts who delight in driving their cars. In 1997, the Z8 emerged as the Z07 styling study, initially penned by Henrik Fisker (later to become head of design at Aston Martin). Although the Z07 concept was inspired by the legendary 507, it was never intended for production, rather as a statement of brand heritage. Yet customer reaction was both brisk and promising, causing BMW to reconsider their position and announcing the Z8 as a soon to be released limited production vehicle. Only one configuration, the roadster, would be constructed from 2000 to 2003. The production Z8 differed only slightly from the concept Z07, retaining the themes and details with a great deal of care. The Z8 featured a long hood and short deck, placing occupants nearly at the rear axle. The small doors, curvaceous fenders and low-slung stance, evoked a retro feel to the car, but still delivered a fresh look. All Z8s came with removable hard tops, unique keys, an embossed tool roll (a vintage touch), a
The BMW Z07 concept car, first shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 1997, blossomed from a dream into a production reality. Production of the BMW Z8 was announced at the Detroit Motor Show in January 1999. Designed for connoisseurs, the BMW Z8 was both very exclusive and a technological tour de force. Its blend of aesthetic design and dynamic performance is born of BMW’s desire to show how the 1956 BMW 507 might have developed had it been an integral part of the BMW range in the intervening period. The evocative and exotic style of the Z8 echoes the concept design very closely. The broad kidney grille and small xenon headlights faired in by glass covers flow into a long bonnet with muscular wheel arches and wide doors rounded off by a shapely yet purposeful tail with four large tailpipes. The Z8 even bears the typical 507 air scoops on its front wings whilst a luxurious leather interior is set off by a central instrument binnacle typical of that elegant era of convertible cars. Under the skin the Z8 is pure technology. The Z8 is built on an aluminum alloy spaceframe and carries an all-aluminium body. The power unit for the vehicle is no less than the 5.0l V8 engine from the M5.