The concept of the updated BMW 4 Series debuts next month in FrankfurtAugust 20, 2019
The leadership of the Bavarian brand decided to present the long-awaited second generation of the 4 series as a concept. The presentation will be held at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September this year.
Last September, on the Nurburgring racetrack, a prototype of the next generation BMW 4 Series convertible was captured. Well, the coupe version was seen on trials only last month.
Without a doubt, BMW is creating a new generation compact coupe. Well, that’s necessary, since six years have passed since the Bavarian company introduced the current version of the BMW 4 Series.
In the messages of the foreign edition of BMW Blog it is said that the second generation of the car will be presented for the first time as a concept at the automobile exhibition in the German city of Frankfurt next month.
I must say that it is unusual for BMW to present the next generation model in this way. According to insiders, the concept will surprise us. By the way, the now popular X6 coupe-shaped crossover was the main subject of the brand’s exhibition at the German motor show at the time. It is known that the upcoming concept will be able to show what changes in the design of the car of the 2020 model year and the more high-performance performance of the M4 we should expect. The updated 4th family will receive a larger false radiator grille to differ from the current 3rd series and a polarizing design with a spectacular appearance.
Series 4 is also expected to inherit many elements of the 3 Series, including the composition of the motor range, which means that we will see in the near future gasoline versions 430i and M440i. The cabin can also have many elements from the 3rd series, as well as the latest infotainment and auxiliary functions for the driver.
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