The Z4 Coupe has a low-slung driving position and it's easy to make yourself comfortable. The chunky three-spoke steering wheel adjusts for both height and reach and the snug leather sports seats are electrically adjustable. Unfortunately, rear visibility isn't brilliant, so trying to park next to a high kerb without scraping those precious alloy wheels will be tricky.
BMW Z4 Coupe space & practicality
The tin-top Coupe is based on the convertible Z4 roadster, so there's decent room for two occupants but luggage space is not so clever. BMW claims you can fit a couple of sets of golf clubs in the boot, but it'll be a struggle, because the battery takes up much of the available space.
BMW Z4 Coupe equipment
Equipment is good, but no better than you have a right to expect for this kind of money. Depending on modelm standard kit includes leather-covered sports seats with electric adjustment, air-conditioning, a CD player with MP3 capability, bespoke 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels, satellite-navigation, park distance sensors and hill start assist.