BMW being the company that they are have always been driven to make sure that their car is the best vehicle that operates with a strong transmission.
The vehicle offers a six-speed transmission, which in turn, could be a huge part of a performance package, and can only be made readily available on the six-cylinder M40i models. It happens to be the same transmission that is well-recognized on the Toyota GR Supra.
Such a transmission would be a part of a larger option package, where a three-pedal setup could be a no-cost option, which costs nearly $3,500 in the Z4. The BMW uses a manual transmission in the sporty Z4. Such a package utilizes the M differential that arrives with all M40i Z4s, while the steering gets specifically retuned to allow more feedback for the driver, as it is shown that the adaptive dampers are better equipped for aggressive driving. Plus, the manual version retains a staggered wheel setup. All as 19-inch wheels up at the front, and 20-inch wheels in the rear.
The base turbo four comes in consistently with the three pedals that the BMW offers.
There’s a prototype of a Z4 the BMW comes with a manual transmission that offers a limited-run offering. The manufacturer is looking forward to creating enough models. BMW offers the first manual versions of the Z4, while it’s likely to enter production in the first quarter of 2024.
Furthermore, BMW has just made it known that when it comes to their manual-transmission Z4, it will be available for the 2025 model year, all as the stick-shift is attached as a part of the $3500 package that BMW details as “handschalter.” San Remo Green is one of the paint jobs that is currently available on the manual transmission, as well as a BMW Individual color called Frozen Deep Green metallic paint available for $2950.