The BMW 4-Series is a prettier version of a 3-Series, and that’s a damn good thing. What do you need to know before you buy a 4-Series? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The holiday romance. It's a situation we've all experienced. You've met someone abroad. Someone fun. Someone clever, adventurous, gorgeous. Romance starts to blossom and the time you spend together stays with you for weeks, perhaps months afterwards. Of course you get back home and those same feelings take a dive.…
Munich. Developed from motor racing expertise, perfectly tailored to the model in question and designed to be combined according to individual preference - this is the BMW M Performance Parts program.
Today BMW officially unveiled the car formerly known as the 3-Series coupe, and it looks even better in person than it did in the photos. Behold the BMW 4 Series. Pricks never had it so good.
Here it is! The BMW 4 Series Coupe. Think of it as a more affordable version of the 6 Series. While officially still a Concept, we all know that is just a funny codename BMW is using for their production ready new models.
You know, I consider myself a pretty lucky guy overall. I have this sweet gig at Jalopnik, an awesome dog, and I live in a city where breakfast tacos are readily available. But lately, I can't shake the feeling that something is missing in my life.
Is the BMW 3 Series GT really an all-new vehicle BMW will call the 4 Series? Or is the BMW 4 Series — if it does happen — going to be its own vehicle lineup?