New information came to AUSmotive today providing a tip-off for the expected list pricing of the BMW 4 Series Coupe. A total of four models have been scheduled for initial release:
- 420i Coupe (135kW/270Nm): $70,900 (from November 2013 build onwards)
- 420d Coupe (135kW/380Nm): $73,200
- 428i Coupe (180kW/350Nm): $86,500
- 435i M Sport Coupe (225kW/400Nm): $108,500
Similar to the F30 3 Series, the F32 Coupe will be available with Sport and Luxury line packages. While the Modern Line package won’t be available the others are included as no cost options. If you’d like the M Sport Package it will be an extra $4000 on the 420 models and $2000 more on the 428i.
BMW’s noted 8-speed auto transmission will be standard fitment across the range. From the information we have it’s not clear if a manual transmission will be possible as an option.
Adaptive M Suspension and Professional Navigation are included on the 428i and 435i M Sport, both are optional on the 420 models. In the short term a strange production quirk means the 420d can only be ordered with Professional Nav.
The M Sport Package includes 19″ M light alloys, M Sport body kit, M Sport steering wheel and the previously mentioned M Adaptive suspension.
A total of 13 exterior colours are available, all pretty standard BMW fare, and as usual Estoril Blue (pictured above) is limited to the M Sport Package.
The 4 Series Coupe will be launched in Australia in October and customer orders can be placed from September 2013 production.