New BMW 4 Series leaked before its debut

Although BMW will be officially launching the second-generation BMW 4 Series tomorrow, photos have surfaced online, revealing the exterior features of the coupé body style. The leaked pictures seem to have been taken from an official launch brochure, offering a first look at the car’s front, rear, and side, as well as some of the paint choices available at the sale.

BMW 4 Series
At the Nürburgring and near BMW’s Munich headquarters, the coupé had previously been spotted testing. These new photographs are the first to display the firm’s bold kidney grille undisguised; the similarity to last September’s Model 4 Series is clear.
The competitor of the Audi A5 Coupé and Mercedes-Benz C-class Coupé also has a strong family resemblance to the larger 8 Series. The 2021 4 Series Coupé sports a conspicuous bonnet over its back wheels, a strongly curved roofline, a bent rear window, and a distinct shoulder line.

BMW 4 Series
BMW is also designing a successor variant to the 4 Series Convertible, in addition to the coupé spied here, which will have a cloth roof instead of the metal frame used by the current generation. There will also be a continuation of the 4-door Gran Coupé Series 4.
The engine line-up would be identical to the current 3 Series –they are closely related to the BMW 4 Series and 3 Series. An extended range of 2.0-liter four-cylinder and 3.0-liter six-cylinder petrol and diesel power plants will be available from the outset on foreign markets.

BMW 4 Series
BMW insiders have confirmed plans for petrol models 420i, 430i, and M440i xDrive, along with diesel 420d and 430d. A new 430e plug-in hybrid will also be available, featuring a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor mounted on the gearbox, producing a combined 250hp and 420Nm.
The 420i, 430i, 420d, and 430d will all have standard rear-wheel drive, but BMW will offer its xDrive all-wheel-drive system (AWD) as an option. The basic AWD system will be in the 374hp M440 xDrive.

BMW 4 Series
Second-generation M4 will head the new line-up. It will be powered by an amped-up version of BMW M’s new twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder petrol engine with 510hp and 600Nm torque, in top-of-the-line M4 Competition guise. It will come with an automatic gearbox of 8-speeds and a fully variable four-wheel-drive system.
Since its introduction back in 2014, the BMW 4 Series has been marketed in the performance-oriented M4 guise in India. However, the German carmaker has not revealed any plans on when to introduce the new model to India. However, BMW recently launched the 8 Series in India, with prices for the 840i Gran Coupe starting at Rs 1.30 crore. The M8 is listed on Rs 2.15 crore (ex-showroom, India).

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