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The BMW Supercar - Z10

If we were to talk about Supercars, the majority of us would immediately go for brands like Ferrari, Lamboughini or Porsche. Some of us might love Maserati or Aston Martin. How many of us would have BMW blinking in our mind?

After the great success in launching the superb new 3, 5 and 7 series, BMW is planning to build a Supercar which could go as fast as a Ferrari F430, Lamboughini Gallardo or even a Porsche Carrera GT.

The BMW new Rear/Centrally mounted V10 rear wheel drive Supercar is likely to be called the "Z10". It is a roadster with a soft top. The engine in it is likely to be the highly developed version of the latest M5 & M6 V10 5.0 litre 500Bhp engines, increased by another 50cc's could make the new V10 capable of developing 550Bhp. Aluminium & carbon-fibre would be used throughout so as to keep the weight of the car under 1200kg.

BMW would put in the latest technologies to enhance its road holding capabilites and to ensure this monster sticks to the road like an F1 car.
They are said to be produced at the Rolls Royce Goodwood plant and BMW hopes to keep the price within £90,000 and sales should start in 2008. [equipball]






Photos courtesy of www.bmw2002.co.uk
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