BMW continues its roll-out of new models for the coming year. Following the M division’s recent presentation of the M3 sedan and the M4 coupé, it’s now the turn of the 2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible to hog the spotlight. Like with the coupe, the model is led by that prominent – and much-talked about - oversized grille on its nose.
The introduction of the 4-Series Convertible also marks the return of the soft top to the lineup, unlike the outgoing generation that had to deal with a heavy and complex hard top. This return to basics also translates into a reduction in weight, an increase in cargo space (an additional 34 litres), in addition to contributing to better handling thanks to a lowered centre of gravity for 2021.
As is increasingly the case with convertibles, the roof can be folded down (or put back in place) while driving, up to a maximum speed of 50 km/h. The operation takes only 18 seconds.
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