The 2021 BMW 4-Series Convertible Is Here

After the introduction of the M3 sedan and M4 coupe, BMW will present the latest generation of the 4 Series convertible. Although it is hard to believe, this is only the second generation of the 4 Series convertible when it was separated from the 2013 Series 3. In 2021, BMW aggressively redesigned the 4 Series, raising awareness and expanding technical capabilities with additional technology.

As expected, the changes will follow a solid jump that began earlier this year. For example, the transmission directions are exactly the same. The automobile under the base name 430i is powered by a 2.0-liter 2-cylinder turbo engine that produces 255 horsepower and 295 kilograms of torque. Growing up with 440i badges, the convertibles will find their favorite BMW B58 in six rows. For those not talking about the BMW, this is a 3.0-liter six-liter engine that generates 382 horsepower and torque. Both engines produce more power than their predecessors, the in-line four-stroke engine has 7 horsepower, and the flat six – 69 horsepower. Yes, and the hybrid system will be standard on 3.0-liter models.

This 4 Series is available with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, depending on how much you want to use. The standard transmission is eight-speed automatic. To get a lesson, you have to pay an “M” grade, which is sad for some, but understandable.

The convertible has several modifications in which the coupon does not separate in order to strengthen the previous one, compensating for the large folding design. The BMW has strengthened the side walls and the tunnel transmission of the 4 Series convertible. It also has a hard floor plate. BMW claims that the reinforcements added to the 2021 convertible are 4% stronger than its predecessor. It may not sound like much, but the released Series 4 was quite solid, even in convertible form.

We have the highest quality safety equipment. In the event of a rollover, the convertible places high-strength aluminum grilles behind the headrest to protect the occupants. These pre-compressed rods are used in pyrotechnics for quick emergency installation.

There are also a few changes to the top of the 4 Series Convertible: a flat rear window, large arches and multi-layer insulation to reduce noise. The roof should reduce wind noise compared to the previous generation and look more aerodynamic. The mountain opens and closes in 18 seconds.

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The 4 Series Convertible has the same active safety features as the coupe, which means it comes with a lane-adjustment warning system with a steering wheel-adjustable strap, a frontal collision warning system and headlights. long automatic, among other technical features. There are a number of optional technologies, such as an adaptive seal for stopping and moving, a bottling device and cross-warning with an emergency assistant. Of course, additional technologies increase your monthly salary.

These convertibles were to be launched in March 2021, the perfect time for another crash. The Convertible 4 series with its destination starts at $ 54,095. The six-cylinder 440i returns $ 64,995 for rear-wheel drive and $ 66,995 for the 440i kDrive with all-wheel drive.

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