BMW is showing the all-new, second-generation 4 Series Coupe, with a fabulous low and wide design that will once again turn heads like it did when which first launched in 2014. The all-new 4 Series Coupe starts with a central principle of BMW architectural theory and a striking new BMW kidney grille design merges BMW’s commitment to both function and art.
Compared to the 3 Series Sedan, the new 4 Series Coupe is longer, wider, and lower and it embodies the sleekness of aerodynamic and intelligent design. The fabulous new kidney-shaped grille is framed and constructed with a three-dimensional mesh structure. The arrow-shaped lines of the hood come together at the grille while the Air Curtain intakes at the edges of the front bumper highlight the 4 Series’ new width.
Standard LED headlights with cornering lights are slimmer in design and taper towards the kidney grille. Two U-shaped daytime running lights in each headlight are the most pronounced feature. The turn signals consist of three glass blade units in the corners of each front light assembly.
The profile of the new 4 Series Coupe shows the new model’s very clean, minimalist fashion-like lines. The long hood, the tapering of a glass greenhouse ends in the familiar Hofmeister-kink and the muscular fenders are reminiscent of sports coupes from decades past. The frameless windows give a lighter look and feel to the doors.
A premium driver cockpit is the focus of the new 4 Series Coupe’s interior design. Newly designed front power sport seats and leather Sport steering wheel are standard. The upswept center console creates individual space for the front seat passengers. The M Sport Package and M440i xDrive Coupe models offer additional soft knee padding on the sides of the center console as well as an M Sport steering wheel and door sill plates with the M logo. More to come soon about the new 2021 BMW 4 Series Coupe and its very comprehensive list of standard equipment.