We are all familiar with the BMW Z8. With its appearance in the James Bond movie The World Is Not Enough, it has become a star of the automotive industry. One of the most iconic scenes from the Pierce Brosnan era features 007 being cut in half.
These days, Henrik Fisker is well-known for his electric vehicles. He was one of the most renowned vehicle designers in the world even before then, though. One of his first initiatives at BMW was the Z8.
The BMW Z8 has almost always stood out for its futuristic aesthetic. Others have even said that it served as the model for era retro-futuristic creations like the Volkswagen New Beetle. That wasn't by chance; it was made specifically to pay respect to the venerable BMW 507 roadster.
BMW anticipated collectors purchasing the Z8. Only with car's unabashed embrace of BMW's classics, the manufacturer made one of its boldest promises to purchasers. BMW pledged a 50-year supply of spare parts for every Z8!
The World Is Not Enough is the main reason why people know the about Z8. Many of us likely believe that the Z8 only appeared in that Bond movie. That's not right! A few years later, in 2002, the Z8 was in another movie called "The Tuxedo."
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