New BMW 4 Series Coupe First Show is Geneva in March

The latest prototype of the new “4 Series Coupe”, which BMW is developing, has begun cold weather testing in Scandinavia with heavy snowfall.

The captured prototype has been given the same camouflage as before. However, you can clearly see that the LED daytime running light inside the headlights is a new boomerang type and the wavy taillight design.

The new architecture uses the newly developed “CLAR” platform introduced in the G11 “7 Series” and is a modular platform that can support FR and 4WD, hybrid, and even full EV powertrains.

Inside the cabin is an elegant interior with a three-spoke steering wheel, trapezoidal infotainment system, standard row of HVAC controls and a center console with rotary dial.

The powertrain lineup includes a 1.5-liter inline 3-cylinder gasoline turbo engine for the entry model, a newly-developed 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder gasoline turbo engine with a maximum output of 258 ps for the top model, and a 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder diesel turbo engine. .

The high-performance model 440i xDrive is equipped with a 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder turbo engine that delivers 382 ps maximum output and a maximum torque of 500 Nm.The reigning M4 is a 3.0-liter inline 6 engine shared with the M3 sedan It will be equipped with a cylinder “S58” engine, with a maximum output of 510ps and a maximum torque of 598Nm.

The World Premiere was expected after June 2020, but the latest information shows that the March 2020 Geneva Motor Show is leading.