BMW Shows a “Concept” 4-Series at NAIAS


Another strong offering from the Bavarian Motor Works.

Over the past year, BMW has introduced 14 new and renewed vehicles, the most ever in the U.S.  Today in Detroit at the NAIAS BMW unveiled what it says is a Concept 4-Series Coupe that looked production ready. It’s another formidable car from Bavaria.

The entirely new Coupe – built off the 3-Series, but larger – has the traditional “kidney grille,” but it is closed off to enhance aerodynamics. In addition to a wider track, the wheelbase has been also extended.  The headlights are hexagonal LEDs that visually connecting the lights and kidney grille – day and night.

The interior is said to use “sustainably-tanned leather” and natural Chestnut wood trim.

“The driver and passengers are surrounded in craftsmanship and exclusivity,” gushed Dr. Ian Robertson of BMW AG. Well, he’s right this is another strong BMW entry.  A M4 version is bound to follow in the U.S. – the largest market for BMW M performance cars in the world.

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