G-Power BMW Z4 E85 SK Plus


And yet another German-tuned and German-built car. Besides the bier gardens, strudels, and wiener schnitzels, it's quite obvious what's Germany's other favorite pastime. Aftermarket tuner G-Power has released a BMW Z4 E85 that's compatible with their world-renowned G-Power SK Plus "Sporty Drive" supercharger system. It has been updated with optimized geometry and housing.

It's attached to the 3.0-liter engine in the Z4 3.0i and creates a total output of 286 hp and will hit 62 mph in 5.4 seconds flat. G-Power also recommends their very own 20-inch Silverstone Diamond lightweight alloys wrapped with a set of Michelin tires. This can all be combined with the tuner's GZ4-RS coil-over suspension with 9-way adjustable compression and rebound. Buyers can also order a hand-built rear sport silencer made completely of stainless steel. Along with the Z4, the supercharger can also be optimized to the BMW E46 330i.

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Pricing is also quite reasonable, with the whole system costing €2,500 ($3,330), including installation. Still, driving any German tuner on the autobahn and stopping for a brew sounds down right wunderbar.

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