More 4 Series M Sport Photos - Multiple Colors - 360 Degree Views

by Mark Jurista on June 17, 2013, 9:49 am
It didn't take BMW long to get their global site updated with the new 4 Series including some 360 degree views of the car in multiple trims. While these pictures most likely show the European models, it give us a much better overall view of the car in multiple colors.

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

The online configurator has additional colors that the M Sport will be available in including Black Sapphire, Melbourne Red, Glacier Silver and Mineral Grey. A quick shot of each color is below. Go see a full 360 of your favorite color at:
http://www.bmw.com/com/en/newvehicle...isualizer.html

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport

BMW 4 Series M Sport


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7 responses to More 4 Series M Sport Photos - Multiple Colors - 360 Degree Views

Snareman commented:
June 17, 2013, 1:32 pm

Thanks for the link to the configurator. The side vents actually don't look so bad when paired with the shadowline trim and other dark features and a window tint I'd add. I might actually like them almost even.

19" wheels


18" wheels
HokieXDriver commented:
June 17, 2013, 1:36 pm

It is a nice looking car, especially in side profile, like the Alpine White that Snareman posted.
Snareman commented:
June 17, 2013, 1:39 pm

I really do like that side view in the white. Its actually got me more excited about getting the car. Here is a rear angle.

HokieXDriver commented:
June 17, 2013, 1:42 pm

I've always thought the F3X's weakest angle is front left or right view. Like the left picture of the E92 in Snareman's signature - that view on an F3X looks weird; somehow the car looks squashed top to bottom. Any other angle - great looking cars.
Snareman commented:
June 17, 2013, 1:44 pm

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Originally Posted by HokieXDriver View Post
I've always thought the F3X's weakest angle is front left or right view. Like the left picture of the E92 in Snareman's signature - that view on an F3X looks weird; somehow the car looks squashed top to bottom. Any other angle - great looking cars.
I agree. They look much better directly from the side and from street level. Looking slightly down on them also seems to give them a less great look.
HokieXDriver commented:
June 17, 2013, 1:48 pm

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Originally Posted by Snareman View Post
I agree. They look much better directly from the side and from street level. Looking slightly down on them also seems to give them a less great look.
First time I noticed an F30 was face to face at a red light. So I was looking at him at just that wrong angle. I didn't like what I saw, and it took a visit to the BMW website to convince me otherwise.
rdkind62 commented:
June 17, 2013, 7:49 pm

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Originally Posted by Snareman View Post
I really do like that side view in the white. Its actually got me more excited about getting the car. Here is a rear angle.

I think this is the best view of the car, but I prefer it in EB II.