The BMW Concept 4 stands as a future-focused interpretation of the BMW Group's enduring DNA that represents the magic of coupe driving.

BMW unveils its Concept 4 - a future-focused interpretation of the BMW Group's enduring DNA that represents the magic of coupe driving at its most exciting.

The LED elements are worked into the body like three-dimensional sculptures Grabbing the attention at the heart of the front end is the vertical kidney grille. Its grating contains horizontal trim elements with a faceted cut which create a neat contrast against the sporty design of the front end.

Slim and focused twin head lights meanwhile are slightly angled and team up with the kidney grille to lend the front end a modern look with a strong identity. The LED light elements lack a glass cover and instead are worked into the body like three-dimensional sculptures, allowing them to bring a sense of modernity and technical sophistication to the front end.

From the side, a stretched bonnet, long wheelbase, flowing roofline and short overhangs create a modern, elegant and dynamic coupe outline. The car's athletic body incorporates a slender glasshouse with a narrow window aperture, emphasising its dynamism, while bulging rear wheel arches lend visual expression to the power coursing through the rear wheels and accentuate the muscular shoulders higher up.

A stretched bonnet, long wheelbase, and flowing roofline create a modern, elegant and dynamic coupe outline The Concept 4 also features numerous details when viewed up close. On the inside of the mirrors is an apparently floating BMW logo, which only comes to light on more detailed inspection, while the intricate grating within the kidneys and air intakes is made up of an array of small 4s joined together.

The rear of the BMW Concept 4 sits low over the road, as befits a sporty car. The character line transitions from the flanks into the rear end in a broad, horizontal sweep and visually reduces the coupe's height off the ground even further.

The LED rear lights consist of a single fibre-optic element, which lends the familiar BMW L shape a cutting-edge 'heartbeat' graphic and dispenses with a glass cover.

Purism runs through every element of the rear end and creates a prominent tail graphic. A pair of exhaust tailpipes highlight a new and dynamic free-form, a detail of the BMW Concept 4's design that expresses what this car is all about - the modern essence of a coupe oozing aesthetic appeal from every pore.