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New BMW 4 Series revealed

Published 15 June 2013

The first official images of the new BMW 4 Series have been revealed ahead of the car's launch this October. It's a stylish coupe that's true to the concept car originally shown in December 2012. The rear-wheel drive, four-seater coupe combines the concept's overall design, with more production-friendly details first seen in the 3 Series saloon. Prices will start at £31,575 for the 420d.

The styling of what is undoubtedly going to be 2014's darling of the overtaking lane is conventionally handsome, taking the long nose/short rump proportions of the saloon and exaggerating them further. Gone are the concept's chrome-rimmed air intakes, gaping hole in the nose and gorgeous LED front lamps - in their place are more familiar - tamer - fittings.

The styling of 2014's darling of the overtaking lane is conventionally handsome, taking the long nose/short rump proportions of the saloon and exaggerating them.

The all-turbo engine range will be narrower than the 3 Series, accentuating the 4 Series' loftier pricing and market positioning. The entry-level model will be the £31,575 420d, and the initial engine range will look like this: 185PS four-cylinder turbodiesel; a 245PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol; and a 306PS 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol in the initial range-topping £40,795 435i.

They will quickly be followed by the 184PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol, 260PS 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel; and a 313PS version of that unit in the 435d. Five trim levels - SE, Sport, Modern, Luxury and 
M Sport - will be offered. The range-topping 435d be fitted with xDrive all-wheel drive as standard, making this one very capable all-rounder. Claimed 0-62mph time is 5.1 seconds, but combined fuel consumption will be 61.4mpg with CO2 emissions of 121g/km.

Equipment levels have been increased, and the interior is roomier than the outgoing 3 Series Coupe. The lengthened wheelbase means more rear legroom, and the boot capacity is up by five litres to 445 litres. Standard equipment on all models includes 6.5-inch infoitainment screen with iDrive, and 18-inch alloys and sports seats are fitted to all models except the entry-level SE. 

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captain happy    on 15 June 2013

Its another sad BMW

Dan    on 17 June 2013

Spectacular! Looking forward to seeing one of these in the flesh.

John Abraham    on 18 June 2013

So no difference really between that and the 3 Series car service

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