To provide customers with a comprehensive, more detailed view of its new 4 Series Coupe sports car, the car brand BMW has recently released more detailed images of the model with a complete design. this difference.
On this 4 Series G22 generation, the grille shaped “kidney” is not only large horizontally, but also extended to the bottom of the front bumper. This large grille has created controversy in BMW communities around the world. On the other hand, this breakthrough in design really merged with the sporty, aggressive look of the car, giving a new identity to this sports car.
In addition to the new grille, the new BMW 4 Series also has a larger exterior when it is 25 mm wider, 132 mm longer and 10 mm taller than its predecessor and developed on the CLAR platform. In the front bumper, the car is equipped with standard LED headlights with daytime positioning lights designed in a dual U-shape on each side.
In the rear bumper, the taillights are prominently designed with large L-shaped lights. The car’s exterior is designed with embossed veins, significantly more breakthrough design than the previous generation. The grille is designed with a multi-dimensional diamond pattern to create an eye-catching effect.
Different from the complex, comprehensive innovation in the exterior, the interior compartment of the car is optimized to make the driver more focused during the driving process. In the cabin of the new 4 Series Coupe, the sports seats and steering wheel are redesigned and wrapped in standard leather. The Start / Stop button is located on the center console. As for the M Sport version, the 4 Series Coupe will get extras like soft knee pads on either side of the dashboard, special sill panels and an M Sport steering wheel. In addition, users can also choose to add the Live Cockpit information display system option with a screen up to 12.3 inches.
All versions come standard with lane departure warning and blind spot detection. Additional Level 2 autonomous driving systems include lane keeping assist and enhanced hands-free driving. A 3D CCTV system and new drive recording function are also available. Vehicle information display technology includes the iDrive 7 with a standard 8.8-inch central touch screen, which can be upgraded to a 10.25-inch screen. Navigation functionality is now enhanced through the BMW Maps cloud storage system and Android Auto that comes standard on the new 4 Series.
BMW will sell the 4 Series in three variants using gasoline engines of 420i, 430i and M440i xDrive and two diesel variants of 420d and 420d xDrive. The 420i will be powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 184 hp and 300 Nm of torque. The 430i will use the same engine, with a capacity of 255 hp and 400 Nm of torque.
The most advanced version will be the M440i xDrive with a 3.0-liter turbocharged 6-cylinder engine supported by a 48V electric system, creating a maximum capacity of up to 374 horsepower and 500 Nm of traction. Variants use a diesel engine with a capacity of 190 hp from a 4-cylinder engine, 400 Nm of torque. In March next year, two other variants using diesel engine, 430d xDrive and M440d xDrive, will be sold on the market. All variants are fitted with an 8-speed Steptronic transmission as standard.