If you catch yourself admiring the new BMW 4 Series LCI (Life Cycle Impulse) models, it’s because they are a tangible improvement from their predecessors – an already iconic BMW Series. With restyled headlights and even more customiseable options for the interior, you’ll be forgiven for taking a second look.

As far as first impressions go, the new BMW 4 Series LCI combines athleticism with breath-taking aesthetics that make the sleek BMW 4 Series Coupé and the seductive BMW 4 Series Convertible striking representatives of a completely new BMW vehicle generation.

The stunning BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé rounds up the model range and impresses with its natural elegance. Designed to be noticed, the sporty exterior joins a driver-orientated interior seamlessly.

The stiffer suspension on the Coupé and Gran Coupé  makes for incredible handling and agility, and all 3 models feature  an innovative and luxurious interior with updated intelligent technology.


On the outside

Accentuating its sporty character are restyled LED headlights as well as equipped with standard LED front fog lamps. The rear lights are now LED, too, which lends a more impactful and greater presence to the BMW 4 Series LCI.


The air intakes have been modified to reduce drag. A new rear apron completes the sporty and dynamic look.  The exterior paint finishes are Snapper Rocks Blue and Sunset Orange. With a wealth of additional equipment offers, including four new wheel rim variants, you can truly tailor the BMW 4 Series LCI models to suit your needs and taste.



Personalise your space

The interior continues the spirit of individuality, allowing you to choose between a selection of three new interior colours with three new interior trim slips. It also boasts new electroplating detailing with chrome applications. The centre console is donned in sleek, high-gloss black material that highlight the car’s luxurious yet sporty appeal amd the instrument panel features double stitching.


The new navigation and instrumental displays now features an interface with a large tile-style front that is now easier and more intuitive to use. The control pads can be arranged to suit your personal needs. An optional extra is the Multifunctional Instrument Display that gives you the choice of different visual options depending on the driving experience mode that is selected.

A celebrated icon

It’s no wonder that with a total of nearly 400 000 vehicles sold worldwide (up to the end of 2016), the release of the new BMW 4 Series Coupé, Convertible and Gran Coupé is much anticipated.

The cars are manufactured in Munich (BMW 4 Series Coupé), Regensburg (BMW 4 Series Convertible) and Dingolfing (BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe), but will ship to South Africa ahead of their release this month.



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