After a few leaked pics, BMW has officially revealed its new 4-Series Coupe Concept that will debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Pictures of the two-door coupe look as if it’s ready for production. The new concept is basically a three-door version of the 3-Series sedan, with some new design tweaks to make it sporty and elegant. It’s 50mm longer than that of the current 3-Series coupe and was given a set of exclusive 20-inch light alloy wheels featuring a three-dimensional multi-spoke design that add to the car’s sporty look.
At the front, you’ll notice the hexagonal full LED headlights and the larger air intake in the front bumper. The most notable design cue of its rear is the bumper with its trim element in satin-finish aluminum that makes the car look premium. It also connects the two exhaust tailpipes in a dynamic sweep at the rear apron’s outer edges. Inside the cabin, is BMW’s driver-focused layout with the vital controls located ergonomically around the driver. Colors and material design have been developed by BMW Individual, including the two-tone Black and Schiaparelli Brown trim and light contrasting stitching.