BMW has already introduced the Coupe and Convertible variants of the 4-Series, leaving only the Gran Coupe, which is slated to launch some time next spring, on the table.
The test cars appear to be to be in both 430i and M440i guise, the latter of which is made apparent by the trapezoidal exhaust tips and more aggressive wheels and bodywork.
In typical BMW Gran Coupe fashion, the exterior aims to combine sportiness with practicality by mixing a sloping coupe-like roofline with a 4-door layout (5 if you include the liftback-style trunk). Despite still wearing camo, the design language seems to be very similar to that of the Coupe. Up front, it retains the large grill flanked by squinted headlights, and the rear appears to carry over the same bumper shape and narrow taillights.
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As for the interior, we expect it to be almost identical to the 4-Series Coupe, featuring a standard 8.8-inch infotainment screen, with the option of a 10.25-inch screen and a 12.3-inch Live Cockpit Professional instrument cluster also being available to buyers.
Both 4-Series Gran Coupe models should be carrying over the same powertrains from their Coupe siblings as well, meaning 255 hp (259 PS / 190 kW) and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque in the base 430i, and 382 hp (387 PS / 285 kW) and 364 lb-ft (494 Nm) of torque in the sportier M440i.
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