The BMW 4-Series could be called a family of two-door versions of the 3-Series. But it isn't merely that. While it occupies the same space in the market as the ' underpinnings, engines, and equipment, it's lower, wider, and longer than its sedan counterparts.
It's entirely fair to say that performance for the 4-Series is about on par with what you'll find in the 2017 4-Series. The 4-Series fires up sweetly engineered in-line engines, shifts with ease, bear-hugs the road--and plots a clear trajectory into M territory with performance suspension and braking upgrades.
Yes, there's also the M4, and its hugely upgraded power ratings (now 431 horsepower and 550 nm of torque). With a TwinPower turbo six, a choice between six-speed manual and seven-speed M Double Clutch gearboxes, an Active M limited-slip differential, and an available Adaptive M suspension, the all-new 2017 BMW M4 takes after the larger M6 in ride and sophistication, yet it keeps its weight down, to enable a supercar-league 0-100 km/h time of just 4.3 seconds (in DCT form).
The 2017 BMW 4 will come in different body styles ranging from the BMW 4 Series Coupe Sedan, Touring, Gran Turismo and the BMW 4 Series Convertible.
2017 BMW 4 Series Coupe
The 2017 BMW 4 Series Coupe will wow buyers with its impressive dynamics and high efficiency. It will be available in Sport, Luxury and Modern trims, and an all-wheel drive, which will turn driving from a chore to a real pleasure. it’s a very slick-looking car. The fastback roofline and low-slung stance work great, and there’s enough of a sedan profile to prevent it from looking like BMW’s awkward 5 Series Gran Turismo. The frameless side doors look cool when open but I’d worry about a raised window getting bumped and damaging the power-operation assembly.
Other available models from BMW 4 Series