BMW has previewed the next generation 3 Series Coupe in the form of the 4 Series Coupe concept.
The company is keen on getting its new-gen coupe and convertible models to a digit up and giving them a distinct identity in the lineup, eg: the 5 Series Coupe became the 6 and now the 3 becomes 4.
The 4 Coupe borrows styling elements from the bigger 6 Series with full-LED headlamps complementing the very-aggressive looking lower front fascia.
The rear is in sync with the front design elements and gels nicely with the overall theme.
With a wheelbase of 2810mm, which is 50mm longer than the current 3 Coupe, the 4 Series promises to be more spacious than the former.
Premium leather elements cover the entire cabin. You name it and that place will have leather upholstery on it. But then again, it looks borrowed from bigger brother 6 Series, which in itself is not a bad thing.
There will be a host of new technology features as well, however, it is still not clear if those will make it to the production lines.
BMW haven't announced the powertrain lineup for the 4 Series Coupe, however, it is expected that under the hood will be the familiar 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged unit from the 3 Series sedan.
The company will be showcasing this car at next year's Detroit Auto Show, with the first production car rolling out thereafter.