The sporty two-door BMW 4 Series Coupé boasts a clear differentiation from the BMW 3 Series.
From proportions to suspension settings to iconic design elements, the two-door Series 4 is designed to offer a particularly intense driving experience here.
Clearly emancipated from the BMW 3 Series, the design of the BMW 4 Series Coupé rests on clearly structured surfaces, an expressive front face and proportions characteristic of a coupé.
The vertical BMW grille grills, in the brand's coupe tradition, refer to the significant cooling needs of the engine.
The stretched side windows, the muscular shoulders, the sharp profile and the sloping roofline highlight the athletic character of the BMW two-door coupe.
LED spotlights with particularly fine contours are part of the standard equipment.
BMW Laser headlights are available as an option.
The dark LED rear lights, with light guides, are L-shaped.
The interior design focuses on sportiness with a driver-oriented operator station, a display unit with a control screen up to 10.25 inches and all-digital instrument cluster 12.3 inches (optional), a leather Sport steering wheel and Advanced driver and front passenger seats available as standard.
The two rear seats are configured as individual seats.
The windshield with sound-absorbing glazing contributes to acoustic comfort.
Sliding and ajar glass roof with 24 mm elongated glass surface, mood lighting including welcome lighting with light carpet, Harman Kardon Surround Sound hi-fi system and auxiliary heating controlled by smartphone or BMW Display Key are available as an option.
The 4 Series Coupé takes advantage of the optimized body structure and chassis with a lower center of gravity of 21 mm and a widened rear track of 23 mm compared to the BMW 3 Series Sedan.
The 50/50 distribution of the load on the axles and the lift on the rear axle contributes to sports performance.
Progressive amortization, with specific adjustments, is part of the standard equipment.
DirectDrive suspensions, with more pronounced shock absorption, SelectDrive M suspensions with electronic shock absorber regulation, M Sport braking system with optional calipers in blue or red, M Sport differential with fully variable locking function in the rear axle and a variable-reduction DirectDrive steering are available as an option.
The 4 Series Coupé has a wide range of driving aids. Front collision risk alert with braking function, lane departure warning with return to taxiway and steering assistance and speed limit indicator are standard.
The optional Drive Assist Pro includes, among other things, the directional and trajectory control assistant enhanced with new active guidance functions.
The 3D visualization of the vehicle environment displays, in the digital instrument cluster, a representation of the car in its environment and indicates the possibilities for action available through the activated driving aids.
PDC speed cameras with front and rear sensors are standard, as is Park Assist, which automates parking and exit maneuvers and includes the reverse assistant.
The optional Park Assist Plus adds the Park View, Panorama View, 3D Top View and Remote 3D View functions. The BMW Drive Recorder records video footage (up to 40 seconds) of the vehicle environment.
The BMW 7.0 operating system provides individual and personalized displays on the control screen and the instrument cluster and provides access to the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant digital traveling companion.
BMW Maps navigation system based on cloud available as standard. It includes precise route and arrival time calculation, short-term updates to real-time traffic data and free text entry to select navigation destinations.
Integration of smartphones with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Wi-Fi wireless connection, information displays on the control screen and in the instrument cluster is available as standard.
The Remote Software Upgrade enables over-the-air installation, in the car, of optimized automotive functions and new digital services.
The 4 Series Coupé is available in five engine variants.
The sporty BMW M440i xDrive Coupé sits at the top of the range. The flagship sports model is powered by a 374 hp (275 kW) 6-cylinder in-line petrol engine.
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