First Registration 1990, BMW Z1, Roadster
Swiss Road Registration
The BMW Z1 was really sensational because of its retractable doors. These did not open from the side as usual, instead they could be electrically lowered into the side walls of the car by means of an intelligent mechanism. When the doors were opened, the side windows also retracted automatically. This looked very futuristic and offered the opportunity to also drive the Z1 with open doors and an amazing roadster feeling.
The Z1’s very refined 2.5-litre in-line six-cylinder engine came directly from the 325i-series, the gearbox was the same as the front suspensions, brakes, etc. standard components. This made the BMW Z1 very reliable, although only 8,000 cars were produced, and made maintenance much easier today.
This BMW Z1 in “Toprot” is a very rare and exceptional car. BWM Switzerland has never officially imported the Z1, so the small number of vehicles registered in Switzerland cannot be accurately verified. BWM Switzerland has never officially imported the Z1, so the small number of vehicles registered in Switzerland cannot be accurately verified. It is also interesting and little known that the composite body of the Z1 was developed by a Swiss company in the East Rhine Valley. With this Z1, you have the special opportunity to drive a very exclusive roadster at an appealing price.