The German based automaker BMW has unveiled the 4-Series Coupe Concept for the first time during an event held last night.
After the newest creation signed by BMW, the 4-Series Coupe Concept F32, has went official these days, with the carmaker releasing the very first details and images with the model, the two-door car is entering our news once again, this time with the help of some live images which are revealing the F32 at the BMW Design Night. The public will be able to meet the 4-Series Coupe Concept next month, during the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
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 4-Series Coupe Concept stands on a set of 20-inch light alloy wheels. The model has full LED hexagonal headlights, a larger air intake in the front apron, a sloping roofline, stretched taillights, two exhaust tailpipes and a rear apron. In the cabin we can find the controls located ergonomically around the driver, the two-tone trim with light contrast stitching and much more. The final production version of the 4-Series Coupe is expected to make its way onto the market in late 2013. More details on the model will be announced in Detroit.
Source: Bimmer Post