The Awesome BMW Zagato Roadster Unveiled at Pebble Beach
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When two big names in the automotive industry join forces, something amazing is bound to happen. This is exactly the case of the BMW-Zagato collaboration, which recently resulted in a stunning supercar named the BMW Zagato Roadster.
Unveiled at the 2012 Pebble Beach Auto Show, the car impresses with a high level of aggressiveness. Its unique design was developed over a period of six weeks, as the manufacturers wanted the roadster to be ready for the Pebble Beach event.
The car’s aggressive look is given by carefully placed details, such as the low-set kidney grille with miniature Z-s pattern, the twin circular focused headlights, the 3D apron, and more. At the rear, the roadster features a darkened diffuser, a pair of trapeze pipes, and a shallow black band.
Completing the stunning design is the sleek grey body color, which makes the car seem like made of liquid metal. The color appears to change from dark grey to light silver, depending on how the light falls on the alluring shapes of the car.
There is no word on its performance and other technical data just yet, but we do know that the BMW Zagato Roadster is powered by a 3.0-liter engine that can put out about 300 horsepower.