BMW has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the 4-Series Coupe Concept, during the BMW Design Night, for the first time ahead of its scheduled debut set for next year.
After the very first images and details with the brand new BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept have hit the web a couple of weeks ago, the model is ending up in our news once again, this time with the company bringing it to the BMW Design Night. According to the German based automaker, the BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept is coming with on the market next year, with its deliveries being scheduled for late summer – early autumn and its price will be 2,000 euros more expensive than the regular 3-Series F30.
The BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept is coming with a larger air intake in the front apron, LED hexagonal headlights, stretched taillights, a sloping roof line, a rear apron and two exhaust tailpipes. In the cabin, the two-tone trim light contrast stitching can be found, along with others, and the controls have been located ergonomically around the driver. The BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept is 1,826 mm wide, 44 mm wider than its predecessor, 1,362 mm tall, 16 mm lower than before, but with exactly the same length, 4,641 mm. The wheelbase stands at 2,810 mm, 50 mm longer than before. The model will meet the public during the 2013 Detroit Motor Show next month.
Source: Bimmer Post