The all-new 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe, the official successor of the 3-Series Coupe has finally made its debut. According to the Bavarian manufacturer, the “4” in its title headlines a new era for the Coupe and doesn’t represent only a stand-alone design, but also an even greater technical differentiation from the old 3-Series Coupe.
The new 4-Series Coupe is larger in width and wheelbase than the outgoing 3-Series Coupe but if you look at the front end, the new vehicle is carries the same design line seen on the 3-Series Sedan (F30). A new element of design seen on the 4-Series Coupe are the Air Breathers, positioned rearwards of the front wheel arches in order to reduce drag in this area. The interior was also updated and features a stylish fusion of sporting allure and exclusivity.
The controls central to driving are arranged ergonomically around the driver in order to give him/her optimum access to all functions offered by the new 4-Series Coupe. In the rear compartment we find powerfully contoured seats that underline the sporting credentials of the Bmw 4-Series Coupe.
Just like the 3-Series Sedan, the new 4-Series Coupe is available in three equipment combinations – Sport Line, Modern Line, Luxury Line - and an M Sport package as alternatives to standard specifications. The 4-Series Coupe features sophisticated chassis technology, torque steer-free Electric Power Steering, 50:50 weight distribution, a programme of fine-tuning in the wind tunnel and an innovative lightweight construction concept.
The 4-Series Coupe will hit the U.S. dealerships later this summer and Bmw will offer the 428i for $41,425, while the 435i will be available for $46,925.