Spy Video: BMW 4 Series Coupe

Spy Photos | November 15th, 2011 by 11
BMW 3er F30 Entwurf Autozeitung1 Spy Video: BMW 4 Series Coupe

The upcoming BMW 4 Series Coupe was spotted on camera during a test trial in Germany. In late 2012, BMW will introduce to the market …

The upcoming BMW 4 Series Coupe was spotted on camera during a test trial in Germany. In late 2012, BMW will introduce to the market the 4 Series family consisting of a Coupe and Convertible model.

For the first time BMW has decided to split the popular and high volume seller 3 Series into two separate families. The 3 and 4 Series will be marketed differently. The new 4 Series Coupe will allow BMW to price the vehicle slightly higher, at a premium price.

The overall dynamic design would appeal to a younger demographic as well and will be a viable alternative to the high-end 6 Series Coupe. By offering a higher positioned coupe, BMW will compete on the market with Audi and Mercedes, which is said to introduce a smaller SLS model.

BMW 3er F30 Entwurf Autozeitung1 Spy Video: BMW 4 Series Coupe

Just as the new 3 Series, the 4 Series Coupe will be offered in three lines: Sports, Modern and Luxury. Each will differ from each other by offering distinct equipment options.

To cater to different type of drivers, the BMW 4 Series Coupe will come equipped with adaptive suspension allowing to adjust the settings by pressing a button.

In the engine department, the new 3 and 4 Series models will make use of both four and six-cylinder turbocharged engines.

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11 responses to “Spy Video: BMW 4 Series Coupe”

  1. kris cogliano says:

    do you really think it will be a 4 series 

    • Mateo says:

      these insiders are always right,
      they were right about V10 in E60 M5, V8 TT in F10, X5M so they are right about this too, well i think they are

  2. Kkelsaw54 says:

    Will their b an M4……..???

  3. Dave McArthy says:

    Pretty confident there will be a 4 series from what all the rumours are saying.

  4. Dhermann says:

    Now if they will just go back to using the displacement for the last two digits of the model number all will be right with the world.    420i and 430i.    I realize they are scared to “lower” the numbers and give the appearance of a “lesser” car, but as all new models come out, I don’t think it would be a problem.   Plus it would give them room to bump displacement up in future models down the road.

  5. Yusef Hatem says:

    they should consider a new 8 series too

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