BMW Australia has revealed local pricing and specifications for the 2022 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe. With three different variants available, the 4 Series Gran Coupe is on average $4,000 more than the Coupe variants. Priced from $75,900 plus on road costs the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe will arrive on Aussie shores in the fourth quarter of 2021 and will compete with cars such as the Audi A5 Sportback.
The entry-level 420i Gran Coupe will start at $75,900 plus on-road costs, the mid-spec 430i Gran Coupe will set buyers back $83,900 and the top spec M440i Gran Coupe xDrive will cost $115,900.
Standard kit includes full headlights and dark LED tail lights, leather upholstery, sports front seats, 19-inch alloy wheels, a 12.3-inch digital drivers display and a multifunction steering wheel. Also as standard is an 10.25-inch colour touchscreen with satellite navigation, live traffic updates, gesture control, voice control, wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto.
The BMW 430i Gran Coupe and M440i GranCoupe also score adaptive dampers (Adaptive M Sport suspension) and larger M Sport brakes. Standard safety kit includes the usual crop of active safety such as lane departure warning, lane change assist, autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with forward collision warning, rear cross traffic alert and front and rear parking sensors with a reversing camera.
The 2022 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe will come with two different engine options. The 420i uses a 2.0-litre turbocharged four cylinder engine producing 135kW of power and 300Nm of torque – the 430i shares the same engine but ups outputs to 190kW/400Nm. Both 420i and 430i models will be rear-wheel drive but the range-topping M440i xDrive is all-wheel drive.
The M440i xDrive comes with the familiar 3.0-litre turbocharged six-cylinder engine producing 285kW of power and 500Nm of torque. All models come with an eight-speed torque converter automatic transmission with paddle shifters.
There is also a new door handle design which are flush with the body as well as a new front and rear bumper design to further differentiate the Gran Coupe from the coupe and convertible. The M Sport package will be standard across the range with a sportier bodykit, sportier seats, a nicer steering wheel, an ‘anthracite’ headliner and bigger wheels.
The boot of the 2022 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe will now hold 470-litres of cargo space with the rear seats in place – 30L more than the coupe – and 1,290L with the rear seats folded down.
Expect to see the 2022 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe in Australian showrooms late this year with orders being taken now.
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