BMW will introduce its 4-series Gran Coupe, a four-door with coupelike styling, at the Geneva auto show next month.
The Gran Coupe is derived from the 4-series coupe and will go on sale in the United States this spring. It has the same wheelbase and width as the 4-series coupe but is 4.4 inches longer and half an inch higher and has a more sloping roofline.
The larger dimensions give the vehicle more headroom and a roomier trunk.
It will be the second Gran Coupe in BMW's lineup, joining the larger 6-series Gran Coupe.
The 4-series family will have four vehicles by year end, including a two-door convertible that will go on sale in the first quarter and the X4 crossover, which is expected in early summer.
The 4-series Gran Coupe will be available as the 428i, with a 240-hp turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, and as the 435i with a 300-hp inline six-cylinder. The engines will be teamed with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Prices for the 428i Gran Coupe will start at $41,225, and an all-wheel drive version is priced at $43,225. The 435i Gran Coupe will be $46,725. Prices include freight.