BMW has officially launched the new generation of the 4-door 4 Series Coupe Gran Coupe. Larger, the new model already receives the famous oversized grid of the Bavarian brand.
The BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe was launched seven years ago, being an alternative to the classic four-door sedan. The 4 Series Gran Coupe now receives a new generation.
BMW 4 Series Grand Coupe
Being a coupe model, the 4 Series Gran Coupe receives the new oversized grille, a controversial design element that debuted on the 4 Series Coupe model. The model has LED optical blocks, smoky LED taillights, and the rims can be from 17 to 19 inches. The four-door coupe can also be configured with the M Carbon package.
The new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe is now larger, with a total length of 4,783 mm, width is 1,852 mm and height 1,442 mm. The wheelbase has increased by 46 mm to 2,856 mm. Increasing the wheelbase brings even more space inside for passengers, but also a 39-liter larger trunk for a total of 470 liters.
Inside, the model took over the elements of the 4 Series Coupe. The dashboard is digital, the display having 12.3 inches if you opt for the BMW Live Cockpit Professional system.
At launch, customers can choose the M440i xDrive version that uses the 374 hp 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine. The engine has a micro-hybrid system. The range also includes versions 430i (2.0 liters, 245 hp), 420i (2.0 liters, 184 hp) and 420d (2.0 liters, 190 hp).
The model will debut commercially in November this year.