Video: BMW 4 Series Coupe spied

Spy Photos | April 10th, 2013 by 10
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The upcoming BMW 4 Series Coupe has been spied once again. With just a few months before its debut, the new 4 Series enters the …

The upcoming BMW 4 Series Coupe has been spied once again. With just a few months before its debut, the new 4 Series enters the Final Evaluation Phase where prototypes are being driven around with less camouflage.

Just a few days ago we saw the F32 435 with M Sport Package, a prototype we initially thought is the M435i model that is rumored to come to market. It remains unknown if BMW will offer both an M435i and a 435i model. Based on our experience, we believe just one of the two models will hit the market.

This new spy video shows a red colored 4er Coupe featuring the optional full-LED headlights.

Video: BMW 4 Series Coupe spied

Under the hood we will see the turbocharged inline six-cylinder with 306 horsepower paired to a six-speed manual transmission or eight-speed automatic. The latter is available on request as a sports automatic transmission with shift paddles on the steering wheel.

Here is the video:

[Source: Bimmertoday]

  • http://twitter.com/ben_turner Ben Turner

    Shame the cool headlights didn’t make it from the concept to production (unless the ones on this mule are temporary/fake).

  • http://twitter.com/ben_turner Ben Turner

    Shame the cool headlights didn’t make it from the concept to production (unless the ones on this mule are temporary/fake).

    • StraightSix

      LED headlamps will surely be optional.

      • Niels

        I think Ben is pointing at the hexagon ones from the concept. And, he’s right because they are beautiful on the concept!

        • http://twitter.com/ben_turner Ben Turner

          Indeed, that’s what I meant.

  • Straight Six

    I don’t think on these pictures these are LED lights. They look bi-xenon to me.

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  • digivue

    No LED taillights? That’s a shame.

  • alejoestela

    Must be a 420i or 20d due to the single exhaust.

    • http://twitter.com/ben_turner Ben Turner

      If you look at the picture closely you’ll see two exhausts.

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