BMW has unveiled the new 4-Series Coupe Concept, but the official premiere of the car will only take place next month at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Quite similar in design with the 3-Series BMW, this vehicle boasts more elegance and sportiness than the 3-Series Coupe, a longer wheelbase, and wider front and rear tracks.
In terms of height, the 3-door 4-Series is lower, which gives it an even more menacing look. The front apron features a larger air intake, and the rear bumper boasts a nice satin-finished trim element. This works as an excellent visual link between the two exhaust tailpipes at the outer edge of the rear apron. Also at the rear, the stretched-up taillights are placed marginally to complete the new design.
Rolling on 20-inch 3D multi-spoke light alloy wheels, the car features hexagonal full LED headlights, and elegant sloping roofline, and redesigned side windows that beautifully integrate into the fluid and slim overall design. The interior features a Black and Schiaparelli Brown color scheme, with light stitching and strategically placed controls.