Uncovered at Pebble Beach almost a month ago, the new BMW Concept Z4 has crossed the Atlantic to be present at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
It sports a very appealing design, with a short bonnet that ends with a shark-nose, compact rear, and two seats in the middle. Beneath its sexy sheet panels, it shares its underpinnings with yet another anticipated sports car - the new Toyota Supra.

Its cockpit is driver-oriented, and to highlight it, BMW has separated the driver's zone from the passenger one by applying two different shades of leather, one on each side, an interesting touch that most likely won't be carried over to the production model.

Speaking of which, the German automaker is expected to pull the cover off its body sometime next year, with the first examples arriving at dealers before the end of 2018, and it should be interesting to find out how many elements from the study will be carried over.

Toyota will follow a similar route with the new Supra, which is believed to mark its first appearance not long after the Z4 debuts.

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