BMW simultaneously canceled the 3 Series coupe and launched this new 4 Series, which only comes as a coupe or convertible.
The 428i balances its weight 50 percent in front and 50 percent in back.
An adaptive suspension is available as an option.
The 428i is a rear-wheel-drive car.
This 2-liter four-cylinder engine uses direct injection and a twin-scroll turbo to achieve 240 horsepower.
LED headlights, not shown here, are optionally available.
The sunroof comes as standard equipment.
These vents add an excellent accent to the car's style.
M Performance brakes are a $650 option.
The trunk space is reasonably large, and the rear seats fold down.
These bolstered sport seats come as part of the M Sport package.
The rear bench is only designed for two people, and headroom is limited.
BMW sticks with analog gauges, despite the fact that many automakers offer virtual gauges on an LCD panel.
This shifter controls an eight-speed automatic transmission, standard on the 428i.
Owners can configure the Eco Pro mode to be more or less efficient.
The Bluetooth hands-free phone system comes standard, although voice command is optional.
The 428i also comes standard with a USB port for USB drive or iOS device integration.
This backup camera comes as a roughly $1,000 option.