BMW has showcased the new BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept at the ongoing Detroit . As we reported earlier, the two-door coupe makes its first public outing at the Detroit Motor Show that is scheduled for next month. The new 4 Series is actually a 3 door 3-Series sedan with new styling updates that make the car look all the more sporty.
The wheelbase of BMW 4 Series Coupe Concept measures 2,810mm in length and is 50mm longer than that of the current 3-Series coupe. The front track, at 1,545mm, is 45mm more that that of the 3 series coupe. The rear track too is longer than that of the 3 coupe by 80mm. Overall, the car is 16mm taller, 44mm wider and considerable longer than the 3 series coupe.
The new BMW 4 Series Coupe Concept rides on 20-inch light alloy wheels that sport a 3D multi-spoke design. The front fascia has LED headlights and it’s basically the roofline that really helps in making the 4 series coupe concept look different to the 3 series sedan. The air intakes on the sides remind us of those that we saw on the recently spied BMW 3 Series GT.
At the rear, the car gets a satin-finish aluminum bumper and stretched tail lamps.
On the inside, the 4 series concept gets two-tone Black and Schiaparelli Brown trim and overall, the interiors look like they belong to a modern Bimmer.
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