The long-expected 2018 BMW 4-Series Coupe & Convertible and the Gran Coupe have been finally released just recently, all models coming as well in the first details and official pictures.
We are looking here at the facelifted models of the current 4-Series, all of them arriving in the United States as 2018 MYs, and coming with improved design and mechanical characteristics.
As we can depict from the pictures below, the models come with revised styling bits – updated LED headlights, front foglamps and taillamps, adding as well front bumper with new air intakes, revised rear apron, the new 18- and 19-inch alloy wheels, as well as two exterior colours, the Snapper Rocks and Sunset Orange – all contributing to a much more aggressive look.
Inside, the 4-Series lineup keeps the general design lines, but still adds new elements, like revised steering wheel pattern, instrument panel with double stitching, three new upholstery colours, electroplated aluminum and chrome trims and much more. In the gadgetry department, all models are now equipped with updated infotainment system with new interface, adding Multifunctional Instrument Display and much more.
Mechanically, the 4-Series lineup is now equipped with new suspension system which proves to be much stiffer while adding “sportier handling without any loss of ride comfort”. Also, the 4-Series Coupe and Convertible can also be had with the M Sport and Adaptive suspensions which increase their driving capabilities.
As far as the engine line goes, the 4-Series lineup will comprise an assortment of new four- and six-cylinder engines, both petrol burners and diesels, with power to range from 150 horsepower (in the 418 d) to a total of 326 horsepower (in the 440i).