The 2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible is still with the controversial kidney-shaped grille. But it offers several improvements compared to previous editions.
When this pandemic is over, there is nothing more exhilarating than driving along the beach or exploring pollution-free mountain roads in a convertible car. A 4 Series Convertible could be the perfect vehicle to enjoy freedom after months of staying at home and away from others (social distancing).
The convertible version is in fact part of the Series 4 model. This convertible version has been introduced since the first generation debuted in 2013. As the name implies, the Series 4 is a development of the Series 3. The convertible version of the Series 4 was made longer, wider and lower with a three-layer roof for better soundproofing.
Its development follows Series 4. Including the presence of a new generation in early 2020. The appearance undergoes quite significant changes. Of course, they still use the kidney grille design and even get bigger. Controversial and still a topic of debate for BMW fans around the world.
If the coupe version is specifically for urban traffic conditions, the BMW 4 Series Convertible 2021 is a suitable vehicle to enjoy a vacation and undertake adventures on the beach and in the mountains. Various technological improvements make it even more comfortable to use. Although it does have to sacrifice practicality and accommodation compared to the coupe edition. A niche model that targets its own market share, it remains captivating despite its controversial grille. See our full review of the 2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible here.