With the new BMW 4 Series Coupé now on sale, next on the arrivals list is the convertible variant offered by the 4 Series Convertible. The new generation hurries the last section of its set-up, while we show you its new, more sporty design, through a new recreation.
Deliveries of the new BMW 4 Series Coupé are scheduled for next fall. The new two-door sports car is already priced, and the second body variant is also on the market launch ramp. Missing for a few months, the German brand does not plan to delay the new convertible variant much longer.
BMW’s plans have been in place for a long time, so internal systems continue to show the debut of the new 4-Series Cabriolet for next fall, with sales expected to begin in November. In this case, the delivery of the first units will be delayed until spring 2021, coinciding with the month of March.
Then, we will see the radical change of design that will star in the second model of the Series 4, of which we offer you a preview in this recreation, extremely faithful to what will be the production model. The well-known G23 model will adopt the new front design, with the large grille verticalized in the center plane and flanked by the ripped headlights.
A very sporty image, which will be reinforced with the elegance of the new silhouette, which returns to the canvas roof, which will allow it to offer a more streamlined and lighter view than with the sheet metal roof used so far. In the style of the 8 Series Convertible, even with an increase in length that also contributes to offering more balanced proportions.
The German brand will offer the same range of mechanics as in the closed roof model, inline four and six cylinder blocks in gasoline and diesel, with 48 Volt MHEV technology in the 420d, 420i, 430i and M440i xDrive versions. In principle, all will be rear-wheel drive, and only the last one with xDrive all-wheel drive, a system that will be extended by the rest of the versions, unfolding into two options. As standard, all will equip 8-speed automatic transmission.