BMW's new F32 4 Series Coupe has snuck out from behind the curtain, revealing itself for a promotional shoot in the US this week.
Caught by TMR's spy photographers without a shred of camouflage, the spied 435i coupe reveals that last year's 4 Series Concept will hit the market largely unchanged.
As expected, the production coupe's bumpers and vents have been softened, drawing more on the look of its 3 Series Sedan stablemate.
As the two-door counterpart to the 3, the new 4 Series model will retain the style of its 3 Series Coupe predecessor, with the same long bonnet, swooping glasshouse and short rear deck that has made the model popular.
The 4 Coupe also remains loyal to the style of the 3 Sedan, featuring the same connected grille and headlights design but adding a few tweaks of its own.
In concept form, the The 4 Coupe is larger than its predecessor, measuring nearly 30mm longer and 44mm wider, while sitting on a 50mm longer wheelbase.
The 4 Coupe is noteably larger than its predecessor, measuring nearly 30mm longer and 44mm wider, while sitting on a 50mm longer wheelbase.
BMW isn't offering any tips on powertrains, but it is likely that we can expect most of the 3 Series Sedan's turbocharged four-cylinder options and a top-shelf 435i six-cylinder model.