Another prototype version of the brand new BMW 4-Series Coupe has been spied once again while being tested in cold weather.
After we have seen the concept car a few months ago, the final production version of the BMW 4-Series Coupe is getting ready to hit the assembly line, but until this will happen, the German based automaker is currently testing it. The BMW 4-Series Coupe is replacing the current BMW 3-Series Coupe and it will be produced at the company’s plant in Munich, where it’s expected to enter production in July, this year.
The final version of the BMW 4-Series Coupe will be offered as the 428i and 435i, along with the all-wheel drive versions, the 428xi and the 435xi. The BMW 4-Series Coupe has a sloping roof line and some other tweaks which should make it more aggressive than the regular 3-Series F30 on which is based. Besides the 4-Series Coupe, BMW will also produce the 4-Series Cabrio and the M4 in both body styles, and rumors are saying that a 4-Series Gran Coupe might also make its way onto the market. Additional details on this subject remain unknown for the moment.