The BMW Concept 4 Series Coupe is making its first appearance at the auto show, bringing attendees an early look at the next generation of the automaker's mid-line coupe. Built to represent the epitome of performance and aesthetics, it's a size upgrade from the 3 Series Coupe with an interior composed of exquisite materials right in line with the line's unceasing pursuit of automotive perfection.
BMW's M6 Gran Coupe offers a new body variant on the popular M6, bringing drivers the performance they expect from the M6 in a sporty coupe body. Equipped with a V8 engine capable of 560 hp and 502 lb-ft of torque, the Gran Coupe is likely to find fans among performance and luxury enthusiasts.
The BMW 1 Series Coupe and Convertible are being premiered with the “Limited Edition Lifestyle” equipment package which puts even greater attention on the aesthetics of the vehicles. This package includes 18-inch alloy wheels, brown leather trim with contrast stitching, access to two additional exterior colors, and more.
There are bound to be other announcements at the auto show, and BMW has said that there will be more revealed about their ActiveHybrid and eDrive concepts, including glimpses into their i3 electric car. Those will have to wait until the auto show, however.
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