All-new 4 Series cabrio inside and out
New grille might be polarising, but the rest is all BMW
Not everyone has yet gotten used to the two-door compact BMW being called the 4 Series instead of 3, nor have they all gotten over the latest BMW trend toward increasingly large kidney grille openings. Take a look through this gallery, though, and it’s not hard to fall for the BMW 4 Series cabriolet, even with the narrow Euro-style plate on the nose.
For the 2021 model, the BMW 4 Series Cabriolet returns to a soft-top instead of a hard option, but that just improves the appearance of it. Especially when open, the little bit of fabric at the back is a large part of what makes the appearance of a drop-top work. It also helps make the top 40 percent lighter than before for less of an open-air penalty. There is a smaller cargo space penalty as well for those weekend trips.
The 2021 4 Series will be offered with two engines in Canada, the 430i with a 255 hp turbocharged four and the M440i Cabriolet with a 382 hp turbocharged inline-six and 10 hp mild-hybrid assistance. The former’s pricing starts from $62,100 with the latter from $72,750.
the car has grown over the years, and combining that with the new top means that passenger room, even in the back seats of the 2021 430i Cabriolet, has been increased. So you can bring more people along on your top-down long drives. A full M-version of the car has yet to be announced, but we do expect it to follow the standard cars somewhere down the road. The convertible is loaded with BMW’s latest assistance tech on the options list including an optional head-up display and real-time navigation.
Let’s take a look all around the new 2021 BMW 4 Series, including watching a sequence of the new top in action.