BMW has given some insight into the styling of the next-generation 4 Series with the reveal of the Concept 4 at the Frankfurt motor show.
Other than the ridiculously sized kidney grille, the Concept 4’s proportions wouldn’t be out of place in a BMW showroom.
According to the company, the “expressive face” draws inspiration from the 328 and 3.0 CSi.
The stretched bonnet, long wheelbase, flowing roofline and short overhangs create an attractive silhouette that has a touch of the new 8 Series about it.
The Concept 4 rides on 21-inch alloy wheels, while at the rear, the LED lights consist of a single fibre-optic element, which lends the familiar BMW L shape a cutting-edge “heartbeat” graphic.
 “The BMW Concept 4 embodies the aesthetic essence of the BMW brand. It combines perfect proportions with a clear and precise design,” says Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design.
BMW didn’t announce any of the powertrain details, however, the production version of the new 4 Series will likely use the same engine options available in the new 3 Series range.
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