The first ever recorded crash of a brand new BMW 4-Series Coupe is coming all the way from Poland, where a 428i Coupe, with the M Sport Package, will need a complete makeover.
Our website is usually sharing car crashes involving expensive and exotic vehicles from around the world but even if the BMW 4-Series Coupe is anything but exotic, we still had to share this info, considering the fact that this is the first ever recorded crash of such a vehicle. The model in question is a 428i, equipped with the M Sport Package, which is believed to be a test car. We have no idea on how the crash took place but most likely the driver lost control of the wheel. The incident happened in Poland’s capital, Warsaw.
The BMW 4-Series Coupe has been officially unveiled just a few months ago and it’s coming as the replacement for the previous 3-Series Coupe, being basically just a two-door body style of the new 3-Series F30 generation. The model is 24 mm longer, 43 mm wider and 16 mm lower than its predecessor, being also 45 kg lighter. The engine lineup found on the model includes the 240 HP (179 kW) from the 428i and the 435i’s 3.0L six-cylinder unit with 300 HP.