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The BMW Z4 M Coupé (E86) is the high performance version of the first generation BMW Z4, codenamed E85.


The coupé model was introduced to the public first in concept form at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show and then in production form at the 2006 Geneva International Motor Show with production starting shortly after.

The Z4 M Coupé had a fastback coupé design, resulting in a different body shape to its Z3 M Coupe predecessor. The Z4 M Coupé also did away with the controversial iDrive system. The roof added an additional weight of 5 kg (11 lb) as compared to the roadster.

The official 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) acceleration time is 5 seconds and the top speed is electronically limited to 249 km/h (155 mph). The Z4 M Coupé set a laptime at Nurbürgring Nordschleife of 8 minutes and 15 seconds.

The M Coupe is powered by the BMW S54 straight-six engine from the E46 M3. The engine had fly-by-wire throttle and double VANOS (variable valve timing). In most countries, the engine produces 252 kW (338 bhp) at 7,900 rpm and 365 N⋅m (269 lb⋅ft) at 4,900 rpm- the same outputs as in the M3. The engine has a redline of 8,000 rpm. Cars sold in North America have 250 kW (330 bhp) at 7,900 rpm and 355 N⋅m (262 lb⋅ft) at 4,900 rpm.

The engine was mated to a new 6-speed "Type H" ZF manual transmission since the M3's original 6-speed transmission did not fit the Z4's chassis. The Z4 uses the same limited slip differential as the E46 M3.

Production began on 4 April 2006 and ended in 2008 when the E85/E86 Z4 was replaced by the E89 Z4. A total of 4,275 M Coupes were produced, and 5,070 M Roadsters. This included 1,815 M Coupes for North America and 3,042 M Roadsters for North America.

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The BMW Z4 M has balanced performance; it has an average top speed, good total speed, good handling, drifting radius and average nitro efficiency. The Z4 M overall has very similar performance to the BMW 1 Series M Coupe, a Tier 2 starter car. Compared to the Shelby GT500 Eleanor, the Nissan 370Z and the DeLorean DMC-12, the Z4 M is the easiest to drive as it has better nitro efficiency than the Eleanor and the 370Z, while having better acceleration and less reliant on nitro than the DMC-12. Overall the Z4 M is an easy car to drive that is competitive across all skill levels; a good nitro efficiency paired with overall superior stats makes the Z4 M reach its top speed quickly and maintain it without much trouble despite the low pace of Tier 1.

The Z4 M's ease of use makes it as another good alternative to the GT500 Eleanor, 370Z, and the DMC-12 as a late-game Tier 1 vehicle of choice until the Tesla Roadster is unlocked in Career Mode. On the other hand, such balanced statistics and performance rank put the Z4 M dangerously close to the Tesla Roadster within the context of Tier 1 matches in Multiplayer, making it unusable in this respect unless the host bans said vehicle; if so, the Z4 M is viable with its balanced performance.

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