2020 BMW 4 Series Update

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2020 BMW 4 Series Update

2020 BMW 4 Series Update Enthusiasts are hungry people. Even greedy sometimes. Now that the new BMW 3 series has finally been revealed, we can start to go through the series 4 and the updates you will receive. BMW is already working on the new Series 4, as they captured spy shots of the series 4 convertible with a soft cover in heavy camouflage. Although they barely revealed anything, it was enough to conclude that there will be a lot of design shared with series 3. However, we now have a representation of the hard top Coupé, and we must say it looks delicious.

The render is the series 4 in its avatar M340i sportier with a green body shadow. It is processed with the new series 3 front bumper, the revised kidney-bean grid design, and the new headlights. The front fender houses the M-logo, while the M-logo can also be seen on the brake calipers.

Series 4 will be based on BMW’s new HPLC platform, which also supports series 3 and other BMW portfolio products. With this new platform, the 4 coupe and convertible series must be able to reduce up to 121 lbs; However, a soft-top convertible would see smaller weight savings. The series 4 depicted here comes with the same engine as your brother in series 3-a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 255 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The power will be shipped to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic gearbox, while full traction will also be optional. Hopefully, Series 4 will be launched with a manual gearbox as well.

With the new BMW 3 Series finally official, we can start to look at the series 4 and updates you will receive. We have seen photos of series 4 spies convertible heavy camouflage covers with a soft cover, but here we have a representation of the hardtop Coupé.

The render shows the series 4 in its sportier M340i appearance, with the new front bumper from Series 3, the revised design of kidney bean grate and the new front headlights. AM logo sits on the front fenders of the Coupé, and you can find an M logo on the brake calipers, too.

We know that a new series 4 is under development. Spy photos prove so much, and you have to share many similarities with series 3. Series 4 will be mounted on the new BMW HPLC platform, which also underpins series 3, along with other BMW products. The new platform should help the coupe and convertible cut up to 121 lbs (55 kg); However, a soft-top convertible would see smaller weight savings.

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The 4 M440i series rendered here would like to have the same engine as your brother in series 3. This means that it obtains its power from a turbocharged engine of 2.0 liters of four cylinders which produce 255 horsepower (190 KW) and 295 lbs-ft (400 Newton meters) of torque. It’s paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Hopefully, the 4 series get a manual option because series 3 will not be released. The rear wheel is standard with optional all-wheel drive.

It’s fun to speculate about future products. The renderings help us to overcome the gap between spy shots and rumors. We can mix the news cycle into a distilled possibility – and we can also dream a little. The new rendering of series 4 looks great. If you borrow the new design signals from Series 3, you should look sporty and luxurious.

You can expect the 2020 BMW 4 series convertible to cost around £35,000 so it will cost roughly the same as the Audi and undercut the Mercedes for a welcome £5,000. That’ll buy you a basic model with the BMW 1.5-liter three-cylinder petrol engine. You will easily add £10,000 to that price by going for the top-of-range model, with a six-cylinder 3.0-liter engine. The BMW is expected to go on sale by the end of next year.

2020 BMW 4 Series Update

The BMW 4 series will get double-rated shock absorbers that better shock and also feel strong enough for sports driving. The use of bonded aluminum in the car structure will also allow BMW to reduce the weight of the car by up to 100 kg to help improve the fuel economy and make it feel more agile in the curves.

The range will start with a 1.5-liter three-cylinder petrol engine that will produce around 150hp and be badged the 418i. It will be good for a 0-62mph time of about 9 seconds and fuel economy around 45mpg. From there, you ‘ll be able to choose between two 2.0-liter models in the 420i and 430i, while the range will be crowned by the 440i you will get a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder engine producing around 350Hp, although the fuel economy is likely to be Closer to 30mpg.

You can have your BMW 4 series convertible with a six-speed manual gearbox or an eight-speed automatic, and you can also upgrade the car from the rear-wheel drive to the four-wheel drive xDrive.