Refreshing changes as 4 Series gets a new look
BMW IS getting ready to unleash the new 4 Series, a car which is claims is refreshed, updated and better equipped.
The company says the car – originally launched in 2013 – has sold more than 400,000 models around the world with sales particular strong in America, the UK and Germany.
The Gran Coupé accounts for some 50 per cent of global 4 Series sales, while the
Coupé and Convertible make up around 25 per cent each. Now these three models have been refreshed. Styling cues borrowed from the BMW Concept 4 Series Coupé in 2012 are apparent, with the new models including elements such as a large air intake with eye-catching bars and LED headlights and rear lights.
The 4 Series will cost from £32,525. Also on the horizon is the BMW M4 sporting a new look with sharper dynamics and an optional new Carbon Package.
And the most efficient BMW 5 Series yet, BMW 520d, will be launched shortly.
Meanwhile, BMW is to make a new ‘eco champion’ version of the 5 Series from March. The 520d SE EfficientDynamics will offer the lowest fuel consumption and emission levels in its segment, managing 72.4mpg on average. It will have emissions of just 102g/km.