Spy Shots: BMW 4-Series Convertible caught testing with the top down

Starting in the 2013 model year, BMW will stop offering a 3-Series Coupe and Convertible. Instead the new models will wear the 4-Series moniker, while the 3-Series name will only be kept for the sedan and station wagon. BMW is currently under intense testing of the future 4-Series Convertible and in the past few months, we have brought out plenty of spy shots. And the spy shots keep coming. This series of spy shots capture the future 4-Series Convertible with its top down so we can have a better look at the interior.

The 4-Series Convertible will be placed under the 6-Series Convertible in terms of price, but it will combine design elements from the 5-Series and 6-Series, as well as carry the now famous BMW wide kidney grille. Under the hood, the new model will feature the latest four and six-cylinder petrol and diesel units found in the BMW lineup, including the new 245 HP 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine.

Expect to see the new BMW 4-Series Convertible launched in 2013.


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  (365) posted on 06.26.2012

No doubt that it’s even better-looking and better-performing when it dropped its top.

  (407) posted on 06.25.2012

I think it’s too expensive to be priced as much as 6-Series.

  (224) posted on 06.22.2012

Maybe this is effective considering it’s been performing well.

  (544) posted on 06.21.2012

I already expected its capabilities and endurance. BMW really shows great performances lately.

  (194) posted on 06.20.2012

What makes you think that it’s better than the previous version?

  (683) posted on 06.18.2012

I think it’s better than the coupe version. Well, I’m not surprised with the 245HP engine. It seems that the camouflage wears too heavy to see the details on the exterior.

  (831) posted on 06.14.2012

Let’s wait until that camouflage comes off. The built may be deceiving since it’s pretty common, but the components and paint job has something to do with its appeal.

  (442) posted on 05.17.2012

Whoa, I expect it to be testing not in a normal road. It clearly was an attention-grabber there. Anyway, I can’t wait for a demo of its speedy run.

  (466) posted on 05.13.2012

The camouflage is limiting the audience to be impressed by its actual look, apparently. On the other hand, one that is easily astounded should be greatly impressed by the fact that it gives off a powerful amount of ponies.

  (553) posted on 05.10.2012

I guess this notion is best since BMW 4-Series has better engine specifications. Its ability to pull off a 245HP is forceful enough to make it perform dynamically. I’m not so sure about its exterior and interior styling, on the other hand. In that camouflage, its fascia seems non-appealing.

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