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In fact, I learned to drive on a first generation 3-Series BMW 320 in the early 1980s, and proceeded to crash it into my neighbor's innocent parked car.Then came the sixth generation and BMW decided to change things up Again. The current 3-Series is exclusively a sedan, while the coupe, to differentiate it from its four-door 3-Series sibling, has been relabeled as the 4-Series, unless it's the 4-Series Gran Coupe, which features four doors. Nomenclature conundrums aside, you really do want to be behind the wheel of a 4-Series Coupe. Though a relatively new designation in the BMW lineup, the 4-Series, obviously, isn't a new concept, seeing as it simply fills the slot left empty by the last generation 3-Series Coupe. BMW has modified the design of 4-Series in ways that the 3-Series sedan can't accommodate, bringing back some of the styling cues and proportions of the now-discontinued 8-Series, and features a broadened look and some bold styling cues, particularly the front end with its myriad negative spaces, emphasized further by the low roofline.
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