2021 BMW 4 Series revealed with controversial grille, mild-hybrid tech - CNET
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The 2021 4 Series will be offered in 430i, 430i xDrive and M440i xDrive models, the latter of which gets darker exterior trim and larger side air intakes on the front fascia.

All 4 Series coupes come standard with 18-inch wheels, though a variety of 19-inch options are available, as are M Sport brakes with either blue or red calipers, an aero kit and a rear lip spoiler.

The 4 Series comes standard with analog gauges and a 5.1-inch color display in the instrument cluster, as well as an 8.8-inch center touchscreen for the iDrive 7 infotainment suite.

Regardless of models, navigation comes standard, with real-time traffic data from BMW Maps.

As with the 3 Series, the 4 Series gets BMW's Intelligent Personal Assistant artificial intelligence tech, activated by saying, "Hey, BMW" -- kind of like the "Hey, Mercedes" function found in Benz's MBUX.

The 430i comes with BMW's 2.0-liter turbo I4 engine, delivering 255 horsepower and 294 pound-feet of torque.

Rear-wheel drive is standard but, as its name suggests, the 430i xDrive comes with all-wheel drive.

The M440i comes standard with an M Sport suspension, with an even stiffer tune.

Finally, the Adaptive M chassis option allows for automatic adjustment of the adaptive dampers, though if our experience with the 3 Series is anything to go on, we think most buyers will prefer the standard and M Sport suspension setups just fine.

Speed-sensitive power steering is standard on the 4 Series, while M Sport and M440i models get variable-ratio steering.

The 2021 4 Series will go on sale globally in October, and it'll be priced from $46,595 in the US, including $995 for destination.

This represents a $650 increase over the 2020 430i and 430i xDrive coupes, while the 2021 M440i is a full $5,150 more expensive than the 2020 440i.


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