BMW Zagato Coupe Concept: Photo Gallery

BMW Zagato Coupé Concept

BMW has always been more aggressive with its roadsters' styling; check out the avant-garde 2003-08 BMW Z4 for an example. For folks who think the aggressive look of the current BMW Z4 is just too conventional, feast your eyes on the BMW Zagato Coupé Concept. Co-developed with automotive design consultancy Zagato, this one-off design could point toward a more radical-looking Z4 in the coming years. Continue below for more photos.

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BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

BMW Zagato Coupe

Comments 

This car is what the 1-Series should have been. Beautiful.

Nice looking car but I'm not a big fan of the back of it.

pat

BMW is always step ahead than other car makers.

Everything labeled with "Zagato" looks like a horrible combination of mismatched themes. This car isn't even unique. Slap some chinese aftermarket bumpers on a Z4 and it'll look better. The normal Z4 is one of the most attractive cars made today (to me) and this is awful.

Matt C.

Kind of looks like the last generation RX-7. I do love the whole front end of this car. Not quite sold on the rear black space between the tail lights.

othree

Boy - seems Zagato didn't really do too much to make their TZ3 into a BMW.

From the hood scoups, to the side vents, to the shape and especially the tail... it's a BMW version of the Alfa TZ3 Zagato.

Lack of creativity? I like this little Bimmer, but not if it's a German remake of an Italian form.

http://www.roadandtrack.com/future-cars/first/zagato-alfa-romeo-tz3-stradale/gallery

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