With an updated Z4 launched only last year, BMW is keeping its updates for the classic roadster to a minimum for the new model year. The only real highlight is a new equipment package, known as Pure Fusion Design, which adds a number of special touches in the cabin.

Pure Fusion Design adds premium Nappa leather for the seats, which can be ordered in Ivory White with contrasting brown stitching. The armrests, door panels and the passenger pull handle all feature the same combination, while black leather contrasted with brown seams cover the window sills, the top of the dash and the instrument cluster.

Another feature of the Pure Fusion Design package is a horizontal trim line made of Saddle Brown Nappa leather with bright contrast stitching that stretches from the passenger side into the driver’s cockpit. Special wood trim is used for the center console, and as a final touch the sun visors are covered with black Nappa leather.

As an exclusive touch for the exterior, and only in combination with the Pure Fusion Design package, the Z4 can now be ordered with BMW’s Sparkling Brown metallic paint finish. And for a sportier look, the Pure Fusion Design can be combined with the Z4’s regular M Sport package.

No changes have been made to the drivetrains, so the base model, the Z4 sDrive28i, still comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder good for 240 horsepower. The Z4 sDrive35i gets a turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six with 300 horsepower on tap, while the Z4 sDrive35is continues with its 332-horsepower version of the same straight-six found in the Z4 sDrive35i.  

BMW will launch the new Pure Fusion Design package for the Z4 at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show next month.


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