BMW 4 Series Convertible Image Leaks

Leaked catalog picture shows what the convertible 4 Series will look like

Oct 9 2013, 12:30pm CDT | by

BMW 4 Series Convertible Image Leaks
BMW Blog

A picture of the BMW 4 Series convertible as leaked online today. The pictures appear to be from a BMW 4 Series convertible catalog that offers up a look at what the car will look like and tips some of the colors, trim, and options that will be available.

The convertible uses a similar base as the Coupe and sedan but is reportedly wider and longer than the sedan. The convertible is also said to set higher off the ground than the coupe version.

The convertible 4 series will reportedly include the 435i, 428i, 420d and 430d. A convertible version of the M4 is also expected. All-wheel-drive is also tipped to be an option on the convertible version of the 4 Series.

 
 
 

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