2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe (F32) with M Sport package

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 15, 2013

Earlier today we presented you the 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe (F32) but we didn’t talk anything about the new M Sport Package as we wanted to save the goods for later. Now, here it is! As you can see, the 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe with the M Sport package comes with a new aerodynamic package, which includes numerous body components.

The body kit consists of a new front apron with large air intake, side sills and a rear bumper with integrated air diffuser but also the Bmw Individual High-gloss Shadow Line trim. Moreover, exclusive optional exterior paint shade Estoril Blue metallic ensures an unmistakably sporty appearance and unbeatable road presence. 18-inch wheels are available as standard, while as an option Bmw offers 19-inch light-alloy wheels in hallmark M design.

Same sporty theme is continued at the interior, where we find M door sill finishers, an M leather steering wheel and an M driver’s footrest shape. Furthermore, Bmw offers Hexagon/Alcantara sports seats with M piping and royal blue contrast stitching. Technical features of this package include M Sport suspension and the optional M Sport brakes in contrasting blue paint finish.

As expected, the 2014 Bmw 4-Series with M Sport package can be ordered with the 3.0-liter six-cylinder in-line petrol engine (435i), the 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol unit (428i), the 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel unit (420d), but also with the 3.0-liter diesel engine (435d). Pricing for the 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe starts at $41,425.

Press Release

Bmw 4-Series Coupe (F32) M Sport Pack

M Sport: Customers wishing to endow their new BMW 4 Series Coupe with as much traditional Driving Machine character as possible may opt for M Sport. It includes an M aerodynamic package including numerous body components (front apron with large air intakes, rear bumper with diffuser, side skirts) and high-gloss Shadow Line trim.

The exterior paint shade Estoril Blue Metallic is available only with M Sport on the 4 Series Coupe. M Sport is further distinguished by 18-inch or optional 19-inch light-alloy wheels (435i only) in M design. Inside, features such as M door sill finishers, an M leather steering wheel and an M driver's footrest complete the atmosphere.

Technical features of this package include M Sport suspension (rear-wheel drive models only) and M Sport Brakes (also a stand-alone option on all 435i Coupes and an optional upgrade on 428i Coupe when M Sport is chosen) which includes calipers painted in blue finish.

M Sport suspension, adaptive suspension and M Sport brakes.

The M Sport suspension included is part of the Sport Line and M Sport. It works with a firmer spring/shock absorber set-up and stiffer anti-roll bars, and its kinematics/ elastokinematics (bushings and bearings) have also been tweaked to suit the new BMW 4 Series Coupe. The M Sport suspension also includes 18-inch or optional (435i only) 19- inch light-alloy wheels.

Alternatively, customers can select a lowered (non-xDrive models) Adaptive suspension, included in the Dynamic Handling Package, which adjusts the electronic damper mapping to each road surface and driving situation.

The driver can also use the Driving Experience Control switch to vary the basic suspension settings between comfort and sport, according to personal preference. For performance-minded customers, BMW offers the M Sport Brakes. The aluminum fixed calipers (four-piston at the front, two- piston at the rear) and large discs combine low weight with short stopping distances.

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