While the 2015 BMW M3 and M4 made their North America debut at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, the 4 Series convertible is still left out in the cold. Continue Reading...
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Dropping its top for the bright Hollywood lights, the BMW 4 Series convertible has made its official worldwide debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. Continue Reading...
BMW has announced its lineup of cars heading to the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, including the world premiere of the 4 Series Convertible and the U.S. debut of the i3 and i8 models. Continue Reading...
The BMW 4 Series convertible variant has been revealed in full, ahead of a planned debut at the LA Auto Show in a few weeks time. Continue Reading...
Photos of the production BMW 4 Series convertible have leaked onto the Internet. Continue Reading...
The BMW 4 Series convertible is expected to go into production towards the end of this year, and recent spy photos caught it with its top down. Continue Reading...
Now that the BMW 4 Series coupe has been officially revealed, the German automaker has little reason to hide its convertible variant behind heavy camouflage. Continue Reading...
We’ve recently spotted quite a few BMWs being tested in the snow, and it makes sense, the German company wants to make sure its vehicles can handle any climate. Which brings us to these spy photos of a BMW 4 Series convertible getting it on without a top, in the cold. Continue Reading...
With the recent launch (and first drive) of the BMW 3 Series sedan, we now have these spy photos to show of the convertible version. Unlike its counterpart, however, both the coupe and convertible are expected to wear a “4 Series” badge as part of a new model naming structure that BMW is following. As… Continue Reading...
BMW is reportedly moving ahead with plans to modify its current naming structure, starting with the next-generation 1 Series. That car will be front-drive only, while what we currently know as the 1 Series (the Coupe and Convertible) will be rebadged as 2 Series models. But that’s not all. Starting with the next-generation 3 Series,… Continue Reading...
Brand equity can take decades to build up. It’s the sign of a business model that worked and has continued to work. So when you’ve got a name like the Big Mac you don’t just toss it aside. That is, unless you’re BMW. A new report suggests the German automaker will re-badge its 3 Series… Continue Reading...