This is an exciting time for the automobile, as there are tons of new releases and updates every day. BMW recently announced details for the 2018 BMW 4 Series, which is expected to arrive at dealer lots throughout the United States in March 2017. Drivers will have the option between Cup 4, Cabriolet and Gran Coupe. Our team here at Pacific BMW will explore each one to give drivers a better idea of what to expect.
2018 Bmw Series 4 Design
But for now, we are focusing on the BMW 4 Series and its variants, including the 4 Series Convertible, the 4 Series Gran Coupe five-door and the M4 coupé sprung. BMW has made some slight adjustments to the exterior, but it is unlikely that you would encounter great differences. LED headlamps, fog lights and taillights are standard throughout the range, and the lower air dam has some settings for Sport and Luxury cars. There are also new wheels for different versions.
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The cherry at the top of the range remains the M4. BMW also made some adjustments to this specific variant, including standard LED adaptive headlights and LED taillights. It receives the updated version of iDrive, as well as the aforementioned cab settings.
2018 Bmw Series 4 Inside
The interior settings are just as hard to notice. There is a new sports steering wheel, a center console with a glossy base and a double stitching on the dashboard, alongside three new upholstery colors.
Technological updates are a little more obvious. Series 4 takes the last iteration of the iDrive entertainment system, which is always manipulated using the physical controller button on the center console. There is an optional instrument display that uses a screen to provide different gauge appearances depending on the current mode of the car.
2018 Bmw Series 4 Engine
Mechanically, things are mainly like before. There is the 430i, with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder in-line 4, and the 440i, with a turbocharged 3.0-liter in-six. Both models are available at the rear or all-wheel drive. An eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual (yes!) Can be used with both engines, even if you can not use the 430i with all-wheel drive. BMW stated that the suspension, whether standard suspension, M Sport configuration or adaptive suspension (variable depreciation code) was confirmed for 2018; Management has also been modified.