BMW Concept 4 Series Coupe makes its UK debut [video]

Following its debut earlier this year at the Detroit Auto Show, the Concept 4 Series Coupe has made its UK debut at the BMW PGA Championship Exhibition in Surrey.

Previewing a production model, the concept 4 Series coupe is 16mm lower and 44mm wider than the outgoing 3 Series Coupe, with the wheelbase grown by 50mm.

It also has wider tracks, hexagonal full LED headlights and a bigger air intake in the front apron.

The production version has been caught with very little disguise and is expected to debut in the very near future. A convertible and hot M4 variants will follow soon after.


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