BMW 4 Series Convertible interior
The 4 Series Convertible doesn’t have the flashiest cabin in the world, but it’s well made and the material selection is tip-top
The 4 Series Convertible’s cabin might not look quite as flashy as a drop-top Mercedes C-Class, but when it comes to a sense of sturdiness and excellent material quality, it’s the BMW that comes out on top. The dash fascia, centre console and doors come finished in plenty of piano black and metallic-effect trim surfaces, while plush feeling soft-touch material covers the dash top.
You get leather upholstery as standard on the 4 Series Convertible, as well as chunky sports seats. There are a range of different upholstery colours available too, so if the standard black is a bit too dull for your tastes you can easily brighten things up. The range-topping M440i xDrive can also be optioned up with super posh Merino leather – for a price, of course.
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BMW’s latest iDrive infotainment system is one of the best currently on the market. Not only is the operating system easy to figure out and navigate using either the touchscreen or the rotary control dial; the graphics are sharp and clear, and it comes loaded with a handy amount of kit right out of the box.
All models get satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto as standard, as well as Bluetooth connectivity and DAB radio to name but a few features.
If you want a head-up display that project useful driving information onto the windscreen, as well as an uprated Harmon/Kardon sound system and 360-degree parking camera, you can option the Technology Pack Plus for £3650.