It’s inevitable in a car with such a low-slung driving position and long bonnet that some drivers may feel that they don’t quite know where the front of the car is. Other than that, the Z4 scores highly for visibility.
Thanks to a metal roof that features reasonably slim rear pillars, and small windows behind the door windows, rear visibility is better than that of many rivals, especially those with fabric roofs. The overall glass area remains fairly small, of course, but most drivers have a decent view out.
All models come with xenon headlights with washers and a heated rear window. Automatic headlights and windscreen wipers are a cheap option for 18i models and standard for the rest of the range.
Adaptive headlights and high-beam assist are well-priced options for all models, but front and rear parking sensors are a costly extra, either as a combined option or as part of an option package.