The latest edition of the BMW Z4 looks amazing. The hard top is much more secure than the conventional soft-top peers. However, this again gets the weight up significantly, besides reducing the boot space by a big margin. This 2-seater convertible looks attractive with a long bonnet and split front grilles with vertical air intakes dipped in chrome. The headlamps are sleek and horizontally sweptback.
The Mercedes SLK is different from the BMW Z4 and Porsche Boxster. There is a big grille up front with honeycomb radiator air intakes. A thin line of chrome, with the company’s logo run horizontally through the centre of the grille. The overall designing cues suggest that the car are not that bold or aggressive, but are rather sober and classy. It has a similar hard-top roof that takes an extra bit of time to get folded while the car is in motion. The headlamps are swept back but are not as sleek as the Z4.
If there was one car that could be epitomized as the highest level of supercar design out of its competitors, it has to be the Porsche Boxster. Look at it and you will fall flat, not wanting to remove your eyes off the spectacle that you have just seen. Porsche’s trademark sloping bonnet that meets the big low bumper and the overly slanted round-ish headlamp cluster is what will leave in awe. Preferably, a set of black alloy wheels further improves the visuals, along with a black soft-top.