BMW again brought to the test 4 Series Gran CoupeMay 15, 2020
Photospies once again managed to capture the prototype of the novelty.
Recall that for the first time a prototype of the new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe was seen on tests in September last year. In the new pictures, the model is still tightly shrouded in camouflage film, which does not allow to consider all the details of the update.
The Bavarian brand carefully conceals the upgraded radiator grille, which also indicates that we have before us an electrified BMW i4 model, because both will work on the BMW CLAR modular architecture.
The style should be the same as the two-door version and the version with a hinged roof, but elongated to accommodate an additional two doors and additional legroom. The interior of the new product will be unified with the 3 Series, and probably this is not the only thing that is shared between them. The 4 Series Gran Coupe will also receive a range of powertrains from the 3 Series.
According to unconfirmed information, BMW will also launch the M4 Gran Coupe, which can get a 3.0-liter “six” with a capacity of up to 503 horsepower.
While the 4 Series Gran Coupe looks ready for production, we probably won’t see it for a few more months. It is assumed that next month we will be presented with a two-door 4 Series, although this is still unclear in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. Even so, we do not expect the new 4 Series Gran Coupe until 2021.
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