BMW 4 Series Convertible in Fire Orange

4-Series | August 24th, 2015 by 2
BMW Individual 4er Cabrio Feuer Orange Schwarz 435d F33 3 750x500

The new BMW 4 Series Convertible offers the best combination of sportiness and open-top driving experience, and if you couple that with a highly efficient, …

The new BMW 4 Series Convertible offers the best combination of sportiness and open-top driving experience, and if you couple that with a highly efficient, yet powerful diesel engine, then the experience is bound to be even more magical. BMW’s 435d sits at the top of the convertible line-up, just below the almighty M4 Cabriolet. Sending power to all wheels via BMW’s intelligent xDrive system, the 435d xDrive not only caters to customers in the sunny parts of the world, but also to those that get to see more snow than others.

With the 3 and 4 Series being the most popular BMWs, owners often feel the need to differentiate themselves from the rest and going with a paint job from the BMW Individual Catalog is the way to do it. This 435d Convertible got a special paint, Fire Orange, matched with a black-painted roof. Fire Orange became popular in 2011 when BMW launched the highly exclusive M3 GTS, the ultimate street legal race car built on the E92 M3 platform.

BMW Individual 4er Cabrio Feuer Orange Schwarz 435d F33 1 750x500

To further offer a great looking contrasts, this BMW owner also added a set of black mirror caps, 19 inch double-spoke wheels in Orbit Grey and a high-gloss Shadow Line in black as well.

Inside, the 435d xDrive Convertible gets black leather with Fire Orange stitching and a carbon fiber trim also paired with Fire Orange accents.

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The BMW F33 435d xDrive Convertible is powered by a 313 hp turbocharged inline six-cylinder. The twin-turbo diesel is only available in combination with the eight-speed automatic and all-wheel drive. From 0 to 100 km/h, the 435d Convertible accelerates in 5.2 seconds, while the EU consumption, depending on the tires, ranges from 5.7 to 5.9 liters per 100 kilometers.

[Source: Bimmertoday]

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