BMW has taken the opportunity to unveil its Concept 4 coupe at the 68th IAA Cars show in Frankfurt. According to the manufacturer, the Concept 4, with its perfect proportions and clear and precise design, embodies the aesthetic essence of the BMW brand.

A vertical kidney grille draws attention to the front of the Concept 4, as the kidney grille remains a signature feature of BMW vehicles. The form and design of the grille pays homage to such classics as the BMW 328 and the BMW 3.0 CSi. The detailed grating showcased within the the kidneys and air intakes is made up of a series of small number "4s" that are linked together. You will also notice slim twin headlines, slightly angled, on the front of the car, as the LED light elements have no glass cover and are instead worked into the body.

The Concept 4's Forbidden Red exterior paint job is especially showcased from the side view, as the stretched bonnet, long wheelbase, and flowing roofline offer a modern and elegant look. The profile also provides us with a detailed look at the 21-inch light-alloy wheels and the five-spoke design's high-polished finish.

See the gallery above to get a feel for BMW's Concept 4, then hit the comments to let us know if you're into the new coupe.

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