The BMW Concept 4 is arguably the most important topic in the BMW world in the month of September. The bold and gutsy concept debuted at the recent 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show with one goal in sight – to prepare everyone for the future BMW design. The BMW Concept 4 will not only serve as the base for the 2020 BMW 4 Series Coupe, but also for the new BMW 4 Series Convertible.
Both cars are slatted to arrive in 2020-2021 and will bring with them one of the tallest BMW kidney grille seen on any production car. So after a series of BMW 4 Series Coupe renderings, it’s now time to look at the BMW 4 Series Convertible.
The rendering above comes courtesy of X-Tomi Design who put together a stylish cabriolet with all the design elements from BMW Concept 4.
With the prominent kidney at the front, the BMW 4 Series Convertible would also differ greatly from the rest of the model range and emphasize the sporty role of the 4 Series. Of course, the customers can assume that, in addition to the appearance and the driving behavior, the new 4 Series will also be quite luxurious as well.
But even if the convertible carries the new 4 Series front, for many customers there is another significant change coming up. While the cabriolet F33 4 Series featured a metal folding roof, the G23 BMW 4 Series Convertible comes as all current cabriolet BMWs with a multi-layer fabric soft top.
The biggest advantage of this change is the space in the trunk, as well as the weight benefits from the less complex roof mechanism.
It remains to be seen how BMW will react to the mixed feedback on the design of the BMW Concept 4 and how close the series 4 models are to the design study. To our knowledge, there is no reason to believe that the front of the concept car is not a concrete view of the series.
Accordingly, we can also assume that we will see the new BMW 4 Series Convertible, as usual, a little less dramatic, but closely based on the ideas shown by the BMW 4 Series concept car.