According tomedia reports, BMW has put its latest 4-series Coupe into production, and it has also determined the power of the M4 Coupe and its M3 brothers sedan. The German carmaker’s high-profile and controversial new grille design, the 4-Series, has begun production at the Bomartin Geffen plant.
The Dingerfen plant is the company’s largest manufacturing facility in Europe, producing up to 1,500 cars a day – covering the 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 series. Starting in 2021, BMW’s next-generation all-electric BMW iNEXT will also be produced here.
In its stamping workshop, the Dingeffen plant produces 4-series Coup?’s bonnet, front side panels and doors in its stamping workshop, which are then integrated with the galvanized front axle brackets, front and rear axles and transmissions from the parts factory. They will then meet with chassis components from the nearby BMW Group Plant 02.10 plant.
Final assembly has been a source of controversy in recent months. In its past few iterations of cars, BMW has been pursuing a bigger grille, but the 4-series Coup?r can be said to see its new territory when it’s huge in size. What’s more important, of course, is what’s behind the grille: for the M440i xDrive Coup?, this means a six-cylinder petrol engine that can deliver 374 horsepower. It’s clear that BMW’s plan doesn’t stop there.
A brand new BMW M4 Coupe is coming soon…
The new flagship, the upcoming BMW M4 Coupe, will feature a more powerful and more aggressive design style than the M440i. Now, you can know exactly what BMW is planning for the former.
It is understood that the new M4 Coupe and its next of kin, the M3 Sedan, will have a strong performance level. The standard will be an in-line six-cylinder petrol engine with an output of 480 horsepower and a six-speed manual gearbox.
At the same time, the M4 Coup? And M3 Sedan Competitionwillwill will provide more power. Their engine will be able to deliver up to 510 horsepower and use an 8-speed M Steptronic transmission. The rear drive will be the only option, at least initially, but BMW says it will then launch an xDrive fulldrive.
It is reported that the two cars will be officially unveiled in mid-September this year.