The tests saw a prototype of the updated BMW 4-SeriesDecember 10, 2019
The test copy of the Bavarian news unfortunately the majority, there was a huge false radiator grille. It may well be that the official presentation of the production car will be held in June next year – the car will be presented as a novelty in the 2021 model year.
A couple of minutes ago, at the disposal of our publication were the so-called “spy” photos of the prototype of the new Bavarian coupe BMW 4-Series. As you can see, the car, among other things, received a false radiator grille (branded nostrils) of simply enormous size. Yes, of course, it is not as hefty as the previously presented earlier BMW 4 concept, but still. And yes, we must pay tribute to the photographer taking these pictures – for a successful shot, he came as close to the car as possible, we can say that he “climbed under the wheels.”
Camouflage film still makes it difficult to see the exterior of the novelty, especially in the front of it, but with a closer look
a look you can see that in comparison with the same concept, the “nostrils” look wider, and much wider.
You can also notice another structure of this false radiator grille – now it looks like some kind of chain mail and the same shape was used in the previously shown BMW 4 concept. By the way, the journalists who took these pictures claim that they managed to shoot not the usual model performance, but more productive M-version.
The rest of the Bavarian news is not worth mentioning – everything is covered with camouflage film, although it is worth mentioning the large ventilation holes in the corners of the rear bumper, as well as the two exhaust pipes, which give out a more powerful version of the news.
It may well be that the official presentation of the production car will be held in June next year – the car will be presented as a novelty in the 2021 model year.
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