It’s nearing production and a launch date, the F32 BMW 4 Series Coupe’s state of camouflage during testing runs should suggest so.
CarPix recently caught the two door version of the F30 3 Series being loaded into a transporter. Unlike previous spyshots, this time most of the non revealing exterior coverage was gone.
The only bits that continued to be covered were the front and rear ends, leaving most of the passenger compartment completely exposed.
Despite this fortunate situation, the interior of the upcoming BMW 4 Series remains a secret. The spy photographers simply couldn’t get close enough.
All is not lost since we do get to see, for the first time ever, some of the details the profile of the new coupe is offered with.
The front wings get some styled vents which slot in between the front wheels and the doors. They may have some marginal cooling effects within them.
Obviously BMW isn’t ready to give us a full brief on the situation, so we’ll have to stick with the hope that this isn’t just a visual representation of the sporty nature the car will come with.
Some excitement is available as the version of the 4 Series they spied is not an M Division or M Performance prepped one.
This is what a typical F32 coupe will look like once you fit the very popular M Sport pack option to this car. Good news like these do get compensated.
The F32 BMW 4 Series Coupe will very likely not shed any more of the camouflage until its scheduled debut at the 2014 Detroit Motor Show.