The BMW Z1 is a convertible from the Bavarian automotive manufacturer BMW. The Z1 was designed by Harm Lagaay in 1986. Of the car, presented in 1987, exactly 8,000 copies were produced between 1989 and 1991. More than three quarters of these were sold on the home market, Germany. The most striking of this car were the doors that could sink into the bodywork. That body was made entirely of Thermoplast, cast by General Electric in carpentry panels. The car was also the first car in the world to get 1g with standard tires, partly because of the bonnet in reversed wing profile and the transverse exhaust that also had an inverted wing profile.
This car recently received a great deal of maintenance from us, as well as the replacement belt was replaced.
This car is sold on behalf of a customer and is not always visible in our showroom. You can make an appointment via us or via the owner (0475 / 25.33.86).