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BMW 4 Series (2014)

The BMW 4 Series (2014) was spun off the 3 series 2 door models into a separate series of 2 door coupe, 2-door convertible, and 4-door fastback coupe powered by an S55 turbocharged straight-six engine. The BMW 4 series has an upscale cabin design and boasts high performance, though it has a small passenger room. The car is low, compact, and sporty and available in all-wheel drive, either having a manual or automatic transmission.

The BMW 4 Series (2014) has an overall length of 15’3” (4.65 m), wheelbase of 9’3” (2.82 m), a width of 6’ (1.83 m), and height of 4’6” (1.37 m).

Elevation and plan drawings of the BMW 4 Series (2014) with dimensions for length, width, and height
The BMW 4 Series (2014) was spun off the 3 series 2 door models into a separate series of 2 door coupe, 2-door convertible, and 4-door fastback coupe powered by an S55 turbocharged straight-six engine. The BMW 4 series has an upscale cabin design and boasts high performance in a small form.

The BMW 4 Series (2014) has an overall length of 15’3” (4.65 m), wheelbase of 9’3” (2.82 m), a width of 6’ (1.83 m), and height of 4’6” (1.37 m).

Elevation and plan drawings of the BMW 4 Series (2014) with dimensions for length, width, and height
Mini Cooper (2014)

The Mini Cooper (2014) is a subcompact car available in 3 and 5-door hatchback and 2-door convertible. It is also known as the Mini Cooper, Mini One, or Mini first introduced by BMW either in classes of subcompact or supermini. The Mini is light and quick with two powerful engines and intuitive interior and excellent cargo space and is also available with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Mini seats a maximum of four adults.

The Mini Cooper (2014) has an overall length of 12’4”-12’9” (3.73-3.86 m), wheelbase of 8’2” (2.49 m), a width of 5’8” (1.73 m), and height of 4’8” (1.42 m).

Dimensioned drawings of the Mini Cooper (2014) measuring length, wheelbase, height and width
The Mini Cooper (2014) is a subcompact car available in 3 and 5-door hatchback and 2-door convertible. It is also known as the Mini Cooper, Mini One, or Mini first introduced by BMW either in classes of subcompact or supermini. The Mini is light and quick with two powerful engines.

The Mini Cooper (2014) has an overall length of 12’4”-12’9” (3.73-3.86 m), wheelbase of 8’2” (2.49 m), a width of 5’8” (1.73 m), and height of 4’8” (1.42 m).

Dimensioned drawings of the Mini Cooper (2014) measuring length, wheelbase, height and width

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