BMW has revealed exciting new details about its latest 4-Series coupe, which is sportier than ever before. Still retaining an elegant edge, this model is wider, longer and punchier than the old 3-Series convertible.
Design wise, this latest edition adheres to the German car manufacturer's aesthetic philosophy of "dynamic and balanced proportions", meaning, roof up or down, the vehicle delivers a smooth and sophisticated drive.
It is an unmistakably classic BMW silhouette, a look that is defined in particular by the inclusion of a kidney grille and twin headlights. On the side, the slopingroofline extends the car, while "accentuating" its sporting profile.
It takes just 20 seconds for the folding metal roof to retract and can be activated even when they car is travelling at 8mph, which brings a whole new level of convenience to this special model.
No expense has been spared on the interior, which nicely mixes up the sporting sensibility that BMW is keen to get across, with an exclusive and luxurious feel that makes you feel on top of the world.
"All of the controls are arranged ergonomically around the driver to provide optimum access to all functions," the car manufacturer explained.
"A sports steering wheel, circular instruments in black panel look and the freestanding flat screen iDrive monitor, controlled by the iDrive Touch Controller when the professional media package is specified, epitomise this functional elegance."
Buyers can choose from two petrol engines and a diesel one, which are available across five different trim levels. This range of options makes it a very appealing car to a wide demographic when it goes on sale in March 2014.
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