Nothing was going to stop Calvin Luk from being a car designer. Not even a high school art teacher who rejected Luk’s proposal for cars to feature as his major body of work before graduation. “I eventually chose to do a comic book,” he explains when CarAdvice caught up with him a recent visit to Sydney...
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It’s quick, this Z4 Beemer and the handling is M3-style sharp.
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2009 BMW Z4 sDrive35i Review & Road Test Frugal, fast and feisty. There's no other Z4. Model Tested: 2009 BMW Z4 sDrive35i Roadster; 3.0-litre, twin-turbo, six-cylinder; seven-speed dual-clutch transmission; two-door roadster: $116,900* Options (As Fitted): Character package $2600; Seven-speed sports automatic transmission $3500; Metallic paint (Orion Silver) $1840; Lumbar support $640; BMW 18-inch light alloy wheels $NCO...