Apparently BMW is an automaker that likes to treat its clients in Japan to numerous special editions as in recent years we have seen a myriad of such limited series vehicles in the country.
The latest one comes from the pack of models that could actually easily pass as regular models because of the automaker’s really shady personalization work, which could be done by the owner itself after a careful consideration of the options list. The 4 Series Gran Coupe In Style is actually a 420i wrapped with the M Sport Package and some other extra goodies. So, the limited edition model that likes to call itself a four-door coupe will also gain adaptive LED headlights and a set of 19-inch double-spoke alloy wheels complete with two-tone satin aluminum look to complement the exterior hue – Mineral Gray. Reaching inside the cabin will reveal some Dakota leather upholstery with saddle brown trimming which is complemented by the elegant wood veneer on the dashboard, enter console, and door handles. The icing on the cake is represented by the pearl gloss chrome highlights from inside the cockpit.
The powertrain has remained untouched, meaning under the hood resides the regular 420i turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine churning out 181 horsepower (135 kW) and 200 pound-feet (270 Nm) of torque –mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The 4 Series Gran Couep in Style can already be ordered in Japan and only 200 units will be offered to future customers at a starting price of ¥6,230,000 ($52,525).