The BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept has been officially unveiled ahead of its public debut during the 2013 Detroit Motor Show.
After it has leaked just a day before writing this article, the all-new BMW 4-Series Coupe Concept it being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the German based automaker pulling the wraps off its body ahead of its public debut scheduled for the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, next month. The BMW 4-Series Coupe is actually the official name for the two-door version of the 3-Series sedan F30 and the model is coming with several tweaks which make it look sporty but elegant.
According to the car manufacturer, 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. Additional details on the 4-Series Coupe Concept will be announced in Detroit on the 14th of January.