Today, we will introduce the all-new 2021 BMW 4 Series convertible from the Bavarian manufacturer BMW, which officially appeared yesterday, approximately 4 months after the launch of its coupe sister.
It seems that BMW decided to complete the launch of its new-identity production cars, which can be recognized by the giant front grille, and was previously hinted by the Concept 4, which appeared last year at Frankfurt Motor Show. ArabGT team was there back and met the car.
Here is the list of new BMW cars that got this futuristic grille:
- The 2021 BMW 4 Series Coupe
- The 2021 BMW M3
- The 2021 BMW M4
- The 2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible, and the convertible we are talking about in this article
Pictures of the all-new 2021 4 Series Convertible:
The most noticeable change from the previous generation is the switch from the hardtop to newly designed soft-top, which brings many benefits including weight reduction, greater cargo space, and a lower center of gravity for improved handling.
The soft-top is also approximately 40 percent lighter than the previous generation’s hardtop. The smooth surface, when closed, improves the 4 Series Convertible’s aerodynamics and reduces wind noise. The effective insulation allows for quicker healing of the cabin in colder temperatures. Another benefit of the fabric top is an extra 0.2 inches of headroom when compared to the previous hardtop.
The compact dimensions of the folded soft-top increase cargo area to 340 liters, an increase of 34 liters over the previous 4 Series Convertible.
Opening and closing the soft-top takes 18 seconds and can be performed at up to 31 mph. The three bow panels fold neatly into a compact Z configuration which can also be performed via the remote key thanks to the Comfort Access system which is standard on the M440i models and optional on the 430i models.
2021 BMW 430i Convertible
This version of the 2021 4-Series Convertible is powered by a turbo 4-cylinder, two-liter engine that produces 255 horsepower and 400 Newton meters of torque, and the rear-wheel-drive accelerates from zero to 96 km / h (60 miles per hour) in 5.9 seconds, and its top speed is electronically limited to 209 km / h or 249 km / h.
2021 BMW M440i Convertible:
It is powered by a l 6-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3 liters with a turbo and a 48-volt Mild Hybrid system that produces 382 hp and 500 Newton meters of torque. The rear-wheel-drive car accelerates from 0 to 96 km / h in 5 seconds, and its top speed is 209 km / Hr or 249 km/h, depending on the tire package the buyer chooses.
Price is $53,100 for the new 430i Convertible, $55,100 for the 430i xDrive Convertible, $64,00 for the M440i Convertible and $66,000 for the M440i xDrive Convertible. Pricing does not include $995 Destination.