2021 BMW 4 Series Coupe Rendering Shows Refined Styling

2021 BMW 4 Series Coupe Rendering Shows Refined Styling
2013 was the year when the 4 Series split off from the 3 Series. However, its styling was always just a keener version of the sedan's, and that seems to continue with the next generation.

2021 BMW 4 Series Coupe Rendering Shows Refined Styling

How do we know? We've already seen several versions of the G-series model, which is probably going to come out early next year, including the cabriolet and the i4, which is a Gran Coupe with an electric setup. But today, we're just going to focus on the coupe, which was rendered by the Russian website Kolesa.

Most of their renderings have been pretty accurate, and we have no reason to doubt their vision of the 4 Series. However, this feels like it could be a shot in the dark, as the prototypes have all been very thickly camouflaged.

The front end design is everything we expect from a new BMW. Changes start with a big step in the kidney grille and a narrower version of the 3 Series headlight unit. This streamline bumper may not be popular with those who expect their Bavarian car to look angry.

The back view continues to be influenced by the new 3 Series. However, the rear fascia is more sporty here and so is the redesigned roof around the D-pillars. Benefitting from the same CLAR as bigger models, this new 4er should be a little longer yet also slightly lighter than before.

Expect the usual incremental steps for all the popular four- and six-cylinder engines, going all the way up to the M range. We expect M440i and M440d models, as well as a new M4 with as much as 510 HP in Competition spec. All these configurations should come with 3-liter engines and optional AWD. Of course, a plug-in hybrid wouldn't catch us completely off guard, even though a frugal, green sports coupe seems a little strange.

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