BMW 4 Series Cabriolet
BMW is testing the BMW 4 Series Cabriolet model. Reporting from Paultan.org, the Cabriolet dashboard has the same design as the G20 3 Series. There are only a few changes to the steering wheel. This section is now equipped with changes from M Sport. This series has two screens large enough to display instruments and infotainment.
The car that has the G22 code has an open roof design. The roof is made of canvas instead of the previous model. This canvas roof can reduce the weight of the vehicle and increase luggage capacity. This happens because the folding roof of the canvas model has easier and more compact folding.
Like the previous models, the Series 4 which has a coupe and convertible form will adopt the engine variant of the Series 3. This means that it will have two engine options, four and six cylinders. The G20 variant has a 2.0-liter capacity engine with 184 hp / 300 Nm power and also 258 hp / 400 Nm combined with a hybrid pug-in.
If there is a six-pot version of the soft-top, the motive power will come from a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six from the M340i. It has produced 374 hp and 500 Nm of torque in sedan applications. The mainstay caregivers – until the complete M3 arrives – sends its output to all four wheels, and the same thing will happen if there is a ‘M440i’ conversion. All versions are expected to use eight-speed automatic.
BMW 4 Series Convertible
Series 4 has many similarities and shares platforms with Series 3, including engines. The only major difference is the number of doors, with Series 4 being the two doors (except Gran Coupe) and Series 3 as sedans (except for the wagon model).
The similarities between Series 3 and 4 are also visible on the inside. This Series 4 seems to have a sportier three-wheel sport steering wheel. The button to operate the roof is in the center console. Also, the two models seem identical. There are several engine options in Series 3 and 4, depending on which country sells it. In North America, it will most likely be equipped with a new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with an output of 255 horsepower and torque of 400 NM.
This power moves the drive wheel through an 8-speed automatic transmission. Another option is a inline 3.0-cylinder turbocharger 6-liter engine that produces 382 horsepower with 500 Nm of torque. Customers can also take the option of the BMW 4 Series plug-in hybrid. In Europe, BMW offers more engine variants for this model. Among these are a 4 cylinder gasoline engine and three diesel engine choices.
Before, the BMW 3 Series that shared the platform with the Series 4 was first tested in August 2018. The best-selling model from BMW seemed to be being tested at Nurburgring, Germany. The seventh generation BMW Series 3 has a lower center of gravity of 10 mm than the sixth generation which is now on sale.
The BMW 3 Series will use a 4 cylinder gasoline engine that is developed and more powerful. BMW also claims this new engine is more efficient 5 percent fuel oil than its predecessor.