Three months after releasing the coupé version of the car, BMW has introduced its latest collaboration model, the ‘zagato roadster’. as with the roadster’s predecessor, the convertible has a sweeping hood and long wheelbase, where the driver sits low inside the cockpit. Its front-end design, incorporates BMW’s signature kidney grille, complete with patterned z-design grating, where focused twin circular headlights and a three-dimensional front apron shape the front end. The tail end of displays a refined edge, where the convertible’s lines are smoothed out for a low-slung appearance. An additional line adds a visual connection between the sill and the rear apron to round off its styling. Like those of the coupe counterpart, the ‘BMW zagato roadster’ maintains its tail-lights arranged behind black tinted glass, where the enclosure extends around the whole of the back end. Depending on how the light hits the body of its exterior paint finish, the colour spectrum ranges from dark grey to a light silver, creating the illusion of a reflective metallic cloak. Brown leather extends from the instrument panel over the door sill and around behind the seats, incorportated alongside its rollbar where detail provides a transition into the predominantly black interior.
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