The most striking exterior part of the new 2021 BMW 4 Series – its large vertically emphasized kidney grille – causes conflicting feelings among motorists. The latest renderings posted on Instagram represent a fresh alternative look at the coupe’s front end.
The 2021 BMW 4 Series Coupe is based on the technical underpinnings of the latest BMW 3 Series Sedan, but has some appearance distinctions. It will go on sale from October 2020.
U.S. pricing starts at $44,950. In Great Britain, it will cost from £39,870, and from AU$70,900 in Australia. The German prices are from €44,645.38.
The new 4 Series is one of the most polarizing vehicles of recent years, largely due to its nose. The car’s grille with a mesh structure of air intakes looks like a set of proverbial buck teeth. It reflects the essential cooling air requirement of the powerful engine.
The grille angles forward and extends down almost to the lower edge of the front apron. Located in the center and with upright elements connected in the center, it is a reference to the brand’s classics, such as the BMW 328 Coupé and BMW 3.0 CSi.
However, as it turned out, not everyone likes this grille design. A significant number of BMW enthusiasts don’t accept it.
An Instagram user @Spdesignsest (or Siim Designs) gives a number of possible front-end fixes to the BMW M440i, and they look pretty good.