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BMW Z4 spy shots say Rebadge Miata built by Toyota!

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http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/bmw/z4/94096/new-bmw-z4-fresh-spy-shots-reveal-more-of-new-roadster

So found this, this morning and I have to say that Toyota will come out of this with a new Supra that should be very interesting and yet as I state in my title, I see more than a little Miata in this cameo car. According to the story, BMW and Toyota are building side by side on the same lightweight platform that underpins the I3 and I8 this new Z4 and what will be the return of the Toyota Supra. This should be an interesting release!

 

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Same platform as the i3/i8?  I don't think so.... Those are both rear engine hybrids and this is clearly a front engine vehicle....

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1 hour ago, Drew Dowdell said:

Same platform as the i3/i8?  I don't think so.... Those are both rear engine hybrids and this is clearly a front engine vehicle....

We'll the story says lightweight construction platform, could they just be saying how the i3/i8 are constructed which is heavy use of carbon fiber not the actual existing platform?

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      (26.6)%
      (26.9)%
        MX-5 Miata
      493
      733
      (32.7)%
      (30.2)%
        11,294
      9,465
      19.3%
      18.9%
        CX-3
      1,582
      1,646
      (3.9)%
      (0.2)%
        16,355
      18,558
      (11.9)%
      (12.2)%
        CX-5
      14,097
      11,989
      17.6%
      22.1%
        127,563
      112,235
      13.7%
      13.3%
        CX-9
      3,276
      2,594
      26.3%
      31.1%
        25,828
      16,051
      60.9%
      60.4%
                              Total Vehicles
                                                CARS
      7,938
      12,525
      (36.6)%
      (34.2)%
        119,724
      150,930
      (20.7)%
      (20.9)%
        TRUCKS
      18,955
      16,229
      16.8%
      21.3%
        169,746
      146,844
      15.6%
      15.2%
                              TOTAL
      26,893
      28,754
      (6.5)%
      (2.9)%
        289,470
      297,773
      (2.8)%
      (3.1)%
                                                    Selling Days
      26
      27
            306
      305
                                                         
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