Become a Member
Please fill in the membership application form online.
You can then print it out and send it to us signed.
The BMW Z8 has developed into a coveted collector’s item with a high level of value retention.
Our Club has the goal of collating all technical knowledge and all experiences concerning the vehicle in order to ensure its continued existence.
We offer all owners of a BMW Z8 and their partners a platform where they can share their enthusiasm for this vehicle with like-minded people.
We organize communal trips along the world’s most beautiful roads and facilitate the exchange of stories and experiences regarding the Z8.
Together we experience the sheer driving pleasure
march 17 (Thursday) - 20 (Sunday)
march 23 (Wednesday) - 27 (Sunday)
Messe Essen GmbH
may 20 (Friday) - 22 (Sunday)
Radisson Blu Hotel Bremen
july 8 (Friday) - 10 (Sunday)
august 12 (Friday) - 14 (Sunday)
Hotel Zugbrücke Grenzau
september 15 (Thursday) - 18 (Sunday)
To enjoy the benefits of Club membership, please fill in the membership application form linked to below. You can complete the document online and then print it. Please then send the signed form to us by e-mail, fax or mail.
Please contact the Club’s administrative office. The procedure regarding broken taillights and their exchange will be explained to you.
The Z8 Club has drawn up a list of questions that summarizes the most important factors when purchasing a Z8.
The control of the lights is different (for example parking light, side lamps). Other differences include the rear license plate holder and the engine control. A US vehicle cannot be registered in Germany without conversion.
The main difference is that the Z8 has a six-speed gearbox while the Alpina Z8 is an automatic. There are however further differences in the chassis and the engine.
US vehicles cannot be licensed in Germany without conversion work. See the FAQ on the difference between the ECE and US versions.
The BMW Z8 is a 4.40 meter (14.4 ft) long, 1.83 meter (6 ft) wide, and 1.31 meter (4.3 ft) tall roadster.
Its construction consists of a self-supporting aluminum frame (spaceframe) with a screwed-on shell.