= Information of BMW Z4 M Copue =
The BMW Z4 M Coupe encloses its two seats and a larger cargo area in a graceful fastback body that retains the unique BMW Z4 esthetic character and the special BMW M details that distinguish the BMW Z4 M Roadster from its Z4 Series counterparts. And as the Coupe shares all the BMW M engineering distinctions with the Roadster, it brings the same level of thoroughbred performance to this handsome new shape. Now, enthusiasts of BMW M’s brand of ultimate road capabilities have a doubly tempting choice of 2-seaters: the open-bodied Roadster with its fast-action power softtop or this snug and intimate closed-body Coupe.
Keen observers of the sports- and performance-car scene will recall that along with the previous generation of BMW’s 2-seat sports car, the BMW Z3, BMW M also offered an ultra-performance version of both Roadster and BMW Z4 M Coupe. These were known as the M Roadster and Coupe; they packed M’s ultra-high-performance 6-cylinder engine and chassis refinements into a pair of rip-snortin’ pleasure machines, long on character and short on timidity.
When the BMW Z4 Roadster was introduced, in 2003, BMW kept both a Coupe body and possible M versions under consideration: Then as now, the Z4 Series consisted of Roadster models powered by regular-production BMW 6-cylinder engines, but their chassis embodied the potential to handle more power and their proportions were ideally suited to a fixed-roof variant. Now the double decision is in: Alongside the newly evolved regular-production Z4 Roadsters (powered by BMW’s new magnesium/aluminum Valvetronic engine) the new Z4 M Roadster made its debut, with production beginning in Febuary ’06. As of May ’06, Coupe models of both the regular Z4s and the M variant join the Z4 fleet. Both are produced at BMW’s updated, newly configured Spartanburg, South Carolina factory.
Update 2.0 changelog
-improved rear light glass
-new disc and new tire 3d model and texture
Update 1.1 changelog
– [HQ] Exterior / Interior / Engine / Trunk bay
– Working dials
– Working All lights
– Brakeable glass
– Hands On Steering Wheel
– front plate extra
– Animation exhausts and engine
– How to install –
1.- Go to “/update/x64/dlcpacks/”, create a new folder called “z48” and put inside the “dlc.rpf” file.
2.- Export “dlclist.xml” from “/update/update.rpf/common/data/” path to your desktop with OpenIV. Open the file with a text editor and add the following line to the end:
3.- Import the file again to the path above with OpenIV.
4.- Done, use a Trainer to spawn the cars with “z48” name, and enjoy!
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