What’s new?The lack of a fixed roof is, unsurprisingly, the most obvious change to this 4 Series model. In keeping with the old 3 Series Convertible, the 4 Series retains the metal folding hard top, too.
Naturally you can expect the 4 Series drop-top to offer coupe-like driving thrills thanks to the work done by BMW engineers to maintain a rigid and rattle-free body.
And in top-spec 435i M Sport guise there's no shortage of go from this particular 4 Series Convertible. With a 3.0-litre turbo petrol motor producing 306bhp you'd expect nothing less from BMW.
Looks and image
As a BMW convertible there's little to disappoint here. The 4 Series range takes much of its design direction from the now well established latest generation 3 Series saloon, which means a low bonnet line and a wide, purposefu...