BMW presented the 4 Series Coupe in January 2013 at the Detroit Auto Show. At the time, this two-door executive accountant was scheduled to replace the outgoing Series 3 Cup, considering the brand’s decision to divide the model line into two separate iterations, the three occupying four doors and the 4 A Two doors. While the 4 Series comes with an interior and exterior similar to the current F30 3 series of the sixth generation, the 2018 BMW 4-Series Coupe is also equipped with a longer and wider body and marketed as a sporting alternative. Originally offered exclusively as a F32 coupe, the 4 Series won the F33 two-door and the F36 Gran Coupe five-door levers back, a year later. So far, the model has sold well, carrying around 400,000 units worldwide since its launch. Most of these sales have been in the US, with the U.K. And Germany has also accumulated respective respective shares. Now the Bavarians have decided to upgrade the series 4, and the Coupe variant gains a new style and a twisted suspension.
When BMW inaugurates its 2018 4 Series lineup this spring, sports cuts will feature LED lights and a brand new suspension system. For the 4 Series restarted, which refreshes the Coupe, Cabriolet and Gran Coupe models, BMW has exchanged the current Circular headlights of the model and replace them with hexagonal LEDs. The German automaker has also expanded the front air intake to give vehicles a wider look. At the rear, BMW also reworked the taillights. The L-shaped design of the current model year remains in place, but these also received full LED treatment.
Beneath the surface, BMW has equipped the three Series 4 vehicles with new, more rigorous suspensions that promise more dynamic management. Both the Coupe and the Gran Coupe, which are in fact a four-door sedan, both receive advanced damping software and improved steering that offers less roll and greater stability. Although the convertible does not receive the same improvements in lateral and longitudinal handling, BMW says its straight line will be improved for 2018.
This means the base 430i continues with a 248-horsepower 2.0-liter in-line turbocharger 4 while the more powerful 440i continues with a 320 hp 3.0-liter engine in-line 6. In addition to these two powertrains, buyers will continue to have the choice of manual transmissions or 8 speeds with 6 speeds and rear or all-wheel drive.
Prices 2018 BMW 4-Series Coupe are yet to be published, but are expected to begin near the $ 43,145 starting price of the 2017 model.