Destined for Australia around the middle of next year, the BMW Z4 ‘Pure Fusion Design’ package is designed to add an “exclusive aesthetic appeal” to the roadster.
The package increases the amount of leather in the car's interior, with extended Nappa leather trim covering the Z4’s specially designed sports seats, as well as its armrests, door panels and passenger pull handle. Finished exclusively in Ivory White, the leather trim is complemented by brown contrast stitching, while the lower portion of the dashboard is also finished in white.
Stretching from the passenger-side door to the driver-focused dashboard is a large swathe of tan leather trim, framed by Fineline wood trim. The Mercedes-Benz SLK-rival's window sills, dashboard, instrument cluster scoop and sun visors are all covered in black Nappa leather trim.
The Pure Fusion Design package does not bring any changes to the car’s exterior, although a new metallic brown paint job can only be chosen if the car is also optioned with the package. Customers seeking further design differentiation can also combine the package with the BMW M Sport option, which brings several exterior design changes to the car, as well as further driving refinements.