At the Nurburgring seen a prototype of the updated BMW 4 Series 2021January 10, 2020
Journalists were able to capture the prototype of the updated BMW 4 Series coupe. The 4 Series is due to debut this year and be sold as a novelty in the 2021 model year.
Numerous “spy” photos and videos with prototypes of the new BMW 4 Series show that the version of the new coupe is not too far from its debut. This video, published a couple of minutes ago, gives another chance to see the car in action – the prototype passed high-performance tests on the Nurburgring race track.
As in the rest of the test samples of the Bavarian news, specifically this version of the car received camouflage, which hides from prying eyes most of the details of the updated exterior.
It is worth noting that earlier (in other pictures of the new product) we already saw the massive false radiator grille of the model.
It seems that the prototype already boasts serial headlights and taillights. The trapezoidal tailpipes of the exhaust system also seem to have already received their final shape. In addition, we can take a look at the interior of the car, which so far is also covered with a small camouflage. A trapezoidal digital dashboard is located next to the infotainment system screen. The narrow HVAC vents are located on the center console, and the controls for the climate system are directly below it.
All signs indicate that the new 4th series will be offered as a novelty in the 2021 model year, and its presentation should take place in the first half of 2020. BMW already says that the racing version of the M4 GT3 will debut in the second half of the year, and this suggests that the usual M4 may appear at about the same time. In addition to the coupe version, we know that the 4th series will also be presented in the roadster body, but it is not yet clear whether the presentation of this performance of the car will take place simultaneously with the coupe option.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that BMW is working on the creation of X6 and X7 crossovers that run on hydrogen. BMW Research and Development Manager Klaus Fröhlich announced that the German manufacturer will ultimately offer versions of its popular X6 and X7 crossovers with hydrogen-powered electric engines.
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