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We’ve seen the pics, the video and read the press release. Now lets hear from the Head of BMW Design Karim Habib as he talks about what’s behind the new …
Historically a new BMW coupe was always a moment to celebrate for the faithful. Dating back to the 2002 a small BMW two door coupe was has a history of …
Today is the day three becomes a four. Welcome to the very first 4 Series from BMW. Yes it’s simply a 3 Series in coupe form but this is the …
Want to see 106 photos of the new 4 Series? You’ve come to the right place.
The 4 Series continues to lose its swirls in preparation for its internet debut in a just a few short weeks.
Change is something that often takes us by surprise, it is something that many have difficulty with as to put it plainly- we are creatures of habit. In the not so distant future BMW fans will be given a significant dose of change as BMW is once again revamping its naming system.
The earliest the new DTM series would begin would be 2015, possibly running as part of United SportsCar Racing event weekends- what GRAND AM and ALMS have combined to become. Will a DTM class eliminate the need of say the current GTE class?
Car magazine has the tantalizing first images of the production 4 Series as it appears in the buff. Worth a click if you want to see the subtle and natural evolution from the concept 4er that debuted in Detroit.
A few months back we brought you an early look at the BMW 4 Series based on reverse engineering VINs that were being used on test mules. This gave us a glimpse at options and engines that otherwise wouldn’t have been made public until later this Spring. However now we’ve hit the mother-load.
The international part means we won’t see it show up in North America but we do get to see the spoils on BF via Youtube.
After a tip from a very crafty forum user and BF reader who had claimed to have uncovered 4 Series production info, we started to do some digging ourselves. Here’s what we uncovered.
Subscribe | Download (13 MB MP3) The 4 Series coupe concept not only marks the first time we’ve seen the letter four used by BMW, it also marks the first …
NAIAS 2013 represented a big show for BMW in several ways. Most importantly was the introduction of the 4 Series coupe concept. But production cars also had their time in the spotlight with the M6 Gran Coupe and Z4 LCI both debuting in Detroit. The US market also saw the debut of the 320i and the 3 Series Touring. And on top of that there was the press conference with a handful of new details around BMW’s future in the US and current production status. All told well worth the trip for us. And while we couldn’t take you with us, we have the next best thing with a full video recap of the show.
The 2013 NAIAS will be remembered for a lot of things. The debuts of both the Lexus IS and Infiniti Q50 – both serious 3 Series competitors. The updated NSX concept and the Audi RS7. And of course that fiberglass superhero the C7 Corvette Stingray.
But for BMW it was a major show for both production and concept cars.