After the elegant coupe version or the perfect version of the Cabrio for summer, the Munich manufacturer’s family of four finally concludes with its most practical version and, in our view, also the relatively well-balanced Gran Coupé version.
Although this is undoubtedly a hot new product that we were among the first in Slovakia, the changing body shape in this way is not a newcomer to the wallet. vice versa. In terms of past sales, it’s clear that the previous ones were already a well-thought-out move by the automaker, which paid off.
Combine the dynamic shapes of the 4 Series Coupe in one package, throw in a few extra doors and add more room and practicality in the cab and trunk — that recipe came out and was honored by our latest generation a 420d xDrive.
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Of course, the GC version is also based on the classic 4 series with a pair of doors, but it also adds solutions that can be found in electric cars.
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