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      08-26-2019, 12:56 PM   #1
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Deposit on ED 2020 Z4 s30i



If you have a 19/20 Z4 post a picture of what you can put in your trunk.
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      08-26-2019, 03:27 PM   #2
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Congrats; sorry no trunk pics yet. :-)

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      08-26-2019, 03:58 PM   #3
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Hey! I just did ED with my Z4 M40i back in July. I had zero issues with trunk space. I was able to fit a large eastpak suitcase into the slightly tighter portion of the trunk at its deepest point (this one: https://www.eastpak.com/uk-en/luggag...9X+00+999.html), along with 2 backpacks, and other small items as well. Could have fit more into the trunk if necessary, like a duffel bag. It's surprisingly roomy back there, given the dimensions of the car. The netted portion behind the seats was perfect for water bottles, snacks, and baseball caps. The small passthrough cubby can also hold baseball caps or other similar-sized items without an issue.
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      08-26-2019, 06:51 PM   #4
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Of all the two seat roadsters I looked at, only the Z4 and the Boxster had decent luggage space....and of course, the Boxster's was broken into two separate spaces.

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      08-26-2019, 07:15 PM   #5
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Thanks for the info. That Eastpak suitcase is big. 2 of us for 2 weeks in late October. Guess we’ll need to pack a puffy coat and wear the heavy shoes! What itinerary did you drive?
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      08-27-2019, 02:31 PM   #6
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We drove from Munich to Fussen in Bavaria, then to Tyrol in Austria. From there we cut west across Austria to Liechtenstein, then south through Switzerland and Italy to Milan. We continued south to Florence, then looped back up along the Italian coast to Portofino and Genoa, and then spent our last night in Monaco. Our last day was spent in Nice and along the French Riviera, before we dropped the car off at the airport and flew back!
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We drove from Munich to Fussen in Bavaria, then to Tyrol in Austria. From there we cut west across Austria to Liechtenstein, then south through Switzerland and Italy to Milan. We continued south to Florence, then looped back up along the Italian coast to Portofino and Genoa, and then spent our last night in Monaco. Our last day was spent in Nice and along the French Riviera, before we dropped the car off at the airport and flew back!
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We drove from Munich to Fussen in Bavaria, then to Tyrol in Austria. From there we cut west across Austria to Liechtenstein, then south through Switzerland and Italy to Milan. We continued south to Florence, then looped back up along the Italian coast to Portofino and Genoa, and then spent our last night in Monaco. Our last day was spent in Nice and along the French Riviera, before we dropped the car off at the airport and flew back!
Wow many stops! We plan to spend 7 days in Austria as a launch point for day trips to alpine towns. Weather permitting.
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Wow many stops! We plan to spend 7 days in Austria as a launch point for day trips to alpine towns. Weather permitting.
Yeah the tour was a whirlwind but we planned things in advance as much as possible to get as much as we could out of each location! Definitely a fun holiday, but not overly relaxing - I'm sure yours will feel like more of a break!
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The trunk is BIG. Surprisingly I can get my '59 Fender Bassman amplifier in there - with room on each side.
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I did a Costco run last week in my M40i . I got 3 cases of 24 bottles of sparkling water, 4x 2ltr bottles of cordial, 12x 50ml cans of Monster, 6x packs of cocktail sausages, 3x packs of coffee capsules,6 pairs of mens socks, Apples, Oranges, morning milk drinks.

I still had room in there but it was getting a bit tight by then.

I have done 3 weeks into Europe in the E89 that I had with no issue. This car has a much more usable boot space so expect it will easily swallow a bigger load next year when it goes for it's summer blast to the South of France.
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      10-04-2019, 10:19 AM   #11
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I did a Costco run last week in my M40i . I got 3 cases of 24 bottles of sparkling water, 4x 2ltr bottles of cordial, 12x 50ml cans of Monster, 6x packs of cocktail sausages, 3x packs of coffee capsules,6 pairs of mens socks, Apples, Oranges, morning milk drinks.

I still had room in there but it was getting a bit tight by then.

I have done 3 weeks into Europe in the E89 that I had with no issue. This car has a much more usable boot space so expect it will easily swallow a bigger load next year when it goes for it's summer blast to the South of France.
Wow that is a lot of stuff. We just finished packing 4 small carry ons with soft sides. I think well make it with a little room for souvenirs.
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      10-05-2019, 11:10 PM   #13
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I have a spare in there and theres still plenty of room

Found a donut spare and put it and a jack in the trunk and i still have room for 2 22" overhead bags with wheels plus a few soft pieces
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Looks like lots of room! Thanks.
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