Great news for BMW fans and car enthusiasts worldwide: The German automaker has recently unveiled the brand new BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept, which will be premiered at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next month. At a closer look this model seems to be a sporty and aggressive 3-door version of the 3-Series BMW.
There are a few design features that set it apart from the aforementioned, conferring it a bit more sportiness and elegance. The vehicle boasts with a 2,810 mm wheelbase, 50 mm longer than the 3-Series Coupé’s. The front track has also been widened, by 45 mm, now measuring 1,545 mm, while the rear track has been enlarged by 80 mm, measuring 1,593 mm.
In width, the car spans over 1,826 mm, 44 mm more than the 3-Series, while it goes the other way in terms of height, being 16 mm lower – 1,362 mm. From head to toe, the 4-Series Coupé Concept measures 4,641 mm. The drivetrain is tied to a set of exclusive light alloy wheels with 3D multi-spoke design measuring 20 inches in diameter.
The model has also been garnished with hexagonal full LED headlights alongside a larger air intake in the front apron. The side windows enhance the slim and stretchy theme of the car, assisted by the sloping roofline which seems to be superbly flowing towards the rear end.
A set of marginally placed stretched up taillights complete the low line of the rear end, alongside a spectacular rear bumper with a satin-finished trim element – by far the most impressive feature at the car’s rear end. The same element interconnects the two exhaust tailpipes at the rear apron’s outer edges – a wonderful feat of apparent dynamics and elegance.
The interior of the 4-Series Coupé presents itself with the casual BMW layout which focuses on the driver, all the controls being efficiently placed all around him. BMW Individual was commissioned to take care of the material design and colors, having applied light contrasting stitching to a superb two-tone Black and Schiaparelli Brown.