2018 BMW 4-Series Coupe Interior. Moving inside the new BMW 4-Series, an array of upgraded details add to the cabin’s exclusive, high-quality feel. The surrounds for the air outlets and the control panels in the doors now include electroplated inserts. The air conditioning and audio controls in the BMW 4-Series models are now bordered by chrome applications.
Besides this, the centre console makes an even more elegant impression thanks to its high-gloss black cover panel, while double stitching on the instrument panel accentuates the interior’s driver-focused geometry. The sports steering wheel fitted as standard in the BMW 4-Series features a new rim wrapped in high-quality leather whose modified lining offers the driver an even better grip.
There are now more options to choose from for the interior styling. BMW has added Midnight Blue Dakota leather, Cognac Dakota leather and Ivory White Dakota leather to the range, which means a total of three new, very elegant upholstery colours complete with coordinated contrast stitching and piping can now be ordered. New choices for the interior trim strips, meanwhile, include Carbon Aluminium, Light Fineline and High-gloss Black with Pearl Chrome accent strip.
2018 BMW 4-Series Coupe Exterior. Exclusive new exterior paint finishes have also been added to the selection. Snapper Rocks Blue is a new shade of turquoise that projects an aura of youthful vigour and intense sportiness. And also new is Sunset Orange – a bold, orangey-red colour. The dramatic interplay between hues of orange and red instils the BMW 4-Series with an extremely sophisticated and sporty air. These two colours are likewise only available for the new BMW 4-Series models.
Styling cues borrowed from the spectacular BMW Concept 4-Series Coupe from 2012 are clearly visible in the design of the new BMW 4-Series, with the new models including elements such as hexagonally shaped full-LED headlights, a large air intake with eye-catching bars and full-LED rear lights.
The restyled nose of the BMW 4-Series expresses the model range’s dynamic overall personality to great effect. Crisp contours alternate with expansive surfaces to create a broad, sharply-contoured front end of three-dimensional muscularity that hugs the road in sporting fashion. The defining feature at the front of the new BMW 4-Series is an unbroken central air intake whose aperture increases in size towards the outer edges, lending the entire nose section a more imposing presence and a greater sense of width. On the Sport Line and Luxury Line versions, virtually the entire air intake is bordered by an eye-catching bar that accentuates the vehicle’s wide, powerful stance. The bar has a high-gloss black finish on Sport Line cars, while the Luxury Line prefers elegant chrome.
2018 BMW 4-Series Coupe Engines and Transmission. All new BMW 4-Series models are available with three petrol engines offering the following power ratings: the 420i with 135 kW/184 hp, the 430i with 185 kW/252 hp and the top-of-the-range 440i with 240 kW/326 hp (fuel consumption combined: 7.9-5.5 l/100 km (35.8-51.4 mpg imp); CO2 emissions combined: 185-127 g/km).
There is also a choice of three diesel engines: the 420d with 140 kW/190 hp, 430d with 190 kW/258 hp and 435d xDrive with 230 kW/313 hp (fuel consumption combined: 5.9-4.0 l/100 km (47.9-70.6 mpg imp); CO2 emissions combined: 155-106 g/km).