We bring you the latest sighting of the 2014 BMW 4 Series (F32) Coupe. What we're seeing here is a 435i Coupe showing clearly for the first time LED headlights and large parts of its interior front cabin.
The optional LED headlights feature squared off coronal rings (angel eyes) much like the optional LED headlights seen in other recent BMW models. Sadly however, the optional LED headlights will not feature the special design seen on the BMW 4 Series Concept's LED headlights
which featured hexagonal lights with the corona rings leading out from the inner headlight tube to form a visual link with the inner headlight and the kidney grille.
As we've already seen in past spy photos, the 4 Series interior remains close to the F30 3 Series. We also get a good look at the functional front fender "air breather" vents. And that is a 3 Series GT that the F32 is parked in front of.
The production F32 4 Series Coupe will be revealed sometime this Summer, with an auto show debut in the Fall. Production of the F32 coupe will begin this July 2013 (for deliveries beginning late August-September).
The F33 4 Series Convertible begins production in November 2013.
The coupe and convertible models will be joined by the 4 Series Gran Coupe (F36)
and BMW M4 Coupe (F82)
The US will get the 428i and 435i coupes, in RWD and xDrive versions. The European model lineup can be seen in this previous post showing VIN model lookup results
. In its first model year (2014), the 435i coupe will be powered by the same N55 engine as the current F30 335i sedan (with the same power output) and the 428i is likewise powered by the same N20 engine as the current F30 328i sedan.
Although the first model year 435i won't see a power bump in the form of a successor engine to the N55 motor, we will see it with a power upgrade in 2014-2015 if BMW releases the 4 Series Gran Coupe in 2014 with a more powerful engine (just as they debuted a more powerful 650i N63Tu engine in the 650i Gran Coupe, which is now filtering down to the 650i and upcoming 550i LCI models).
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Here's a review of a previously spotted production form 4 Series coupe (435i), which gives us an even better idea at what the production 4 Series coupe will look like.
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