The 2008 BMW Z4 offers driver and passenger a full array of convenience and entertainment features, including a droppable top on roadster models. The convertible top can be powered, so it goes up and down with the touch of one button, automatically unlatching and relatching. Coupe buyers don’t need to worry about performance, though—it weighs only 22 pounds more than the ragtop.
TheCarConnection.com finds a plethora of standard and optional equipment available for this 2008 BMW. Kelley Blue Book reports that "standard [2008 BMW] equipment includes a full array of power assists, Nappa leather upholstery, remote keyless entry, on-board computer, automatic climate control, a 10-speaker AM/FM/CD/MP3 sound system, ultra-supportive six-way bucket seats, a three-spoke multifunction sport steering wheel on a tilt and telescoping column, comprehensive Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), a special M-spec variable-locking differential, 18-inch staggered-width wheel and tire packages and the weight-saving 'M' Mobility System in place of a spare tire."
Edmunds notes "the roadster has a traditional, manually operated convertible soft top with a defroster-equipped glass rear window" as standard and the power top as an option.
Optional equipment for this BMW 2008 vehicle is abundant, but can add to the price quickly and considerably. It includes a 10-speaker Carver/THX Certified sound system, Kelley Blue Book reports, along with a power-operated top and a choice of interior trims, Bluetooth, and a navigation system.