BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe Leaked

4-Series | February 1st, 2014 by 8
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The new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe has just leaked on the interwebs. The high-res official photos are just around the corner, but in the …

The new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe has just leaked on the interwebs. The high-res official photos are just around the corner, but in the mean time we can take a good look at the proportions and design of the first four-door coupe 4 Series.

The U.S. market will get the 428i Gran Coupe and 435i Gran Coupe models, with the same engine choice as the 4 Series Coupe. Both cars will come with the eight-speed automatic transmission, and no manual.

The four-door 4 Series Gran Coupe features a longer rear window that flows into a conventional trunk, a design feature that visually increases the side dimension of the car. The stretched and dynamic design on the side gives the car a more premium look while offering more interior room for passengers.

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe Leaked

Globally, at its market launch, BMW will offer the 420i, 420d, 428i and 435i models.

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe Leaked

[Source: Autofilou via Jalopnik]

  • Roland Renno

    It has become boring and dull the route BMW is going with the GT. Enough about such things, and begin building a super car like the Italia.

    • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

      It actually looks really good on the other photos. You will see them soon.

      • vaybach khan

        why wont you show us already?

  • Ben Turner

    Do we really need a car for every possible niche?

    • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

      I guess they need to follow the market

    • ThomasGigold

      Yes, we need them – you need them, as you want to be sure to drive a BMW in the future. These niche models don’t cost much money in development but secure market shares and sales … So BMW can use the same base for as much cars as possible, and they don’t do it “for fun” – there is a market for …

  • bmad

    This will probably be the best looking small beemer but darn it’s getting harder to choose.They have definitely made it easier for the sales people to give fussy punters choice

  • Faust

    It’s a missed opportunity in my opinion. Instead of looking like a smaller version of the stunning 6-Series Grand Coupe with 4 door coupe styling we get something that looks like the family oriented 3-Series GT. Doesn’t look particularly sporty or distinctive. This 3rd window at the C-pillar kills it in my opinion. It is so un-BMW.

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