BMW have officially released pictures of the all-new coupe version of its 3-series -the 4-Series Coupe concept. The 4-Series concept is basically a three-door version of the 3-Series sedan with several sporty, yet elegant design tweaks.
On the exterior, the 4-Series sports hexagonal full LED headlights and large air intakes in the apron up front, with unique tail lamps and exhaust-tip design at the rear. The sloping roofline creates a natural transition into the rear, while the side windows add a more stretched theme.
The 4 concept also features a set of exclusive 20-inch, multi-spoke alloy wheels which add to the car's sporty look. Inside the cabin, the layout is driver-focused with vital controls located ergonomically around the driver. This concept coupe features a two-tone Black and Schiaparelli Brown trim and light contrasting stitching.
The 4-Series wheelbase is 50mm longer and 44mm broader than the existing 3-Series Coupe, while 45mm has been added to the front track and 80mm to the rear track. While there’s still no word on what lies under the 4-Series bonnet, we expect the coupe to house BMW’s turbocharged four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines. This BMW concept is slated to make its public debut in the Detroit motor show next year.