Based on what we’ve seen with the new F30 3-Series sedan, the coupe and convertible will become bigger and wider. Our spy photographers have managed to once again catch up to the F32 coupe version of the car in icy Sweden, where all the other new BMW are testing.
From what we’ve heard, production will start in the first half of 2013, so the new coupe is going to be revealed soon. It looks like it will keep the strange looking boot of the old generation, but this should be diluted by the rest of the masculine body.
Rumor has it that to further differentiate the two-door from the sedan, the F31 cabrio and F32 coupe will become 4-Series models. There are no new engines on the table that you haven’t heard about, but the BMW two-doors will be evolutionary not revolutionary.
The handling will be a little bit better, the consumption a little bit more frugal and better planted on the road. But fans will surely notice that the perfection BMW is targeting has made their cars slightly disconnected.