New BMW 4 Series showcases in a Wild Berry coating

Most BMW fans and enthusiasts are familiar with one of the best open secrets of the automaker, the Individual Program. However, not everyone knows about the unique offerings from the Individual catalog. Yet, some would love to get into their pockets deeper to personalize their BMWs. So it is a pleasure for BMW to bring unique leather and paintwork options from the BMW Individual catalog. Check out what this new BMW 4 Series looks like wearing one of the fascinating Individual colors BMW has to offer – the Wild Berry.

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This Wild Berry coating of the BMW 4 Series here is not given justice in photos. The Individual’s purple metallic color offers a combination of sportiness and luxury, especially when on the 4 Series. Fabian Poss from Autohaus Wormser BMW dealership in Germany shares his photos of the new BMW M440i xDrive wearing a Wild Berry Metallic coating.

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The Wild Berry color is old under the T09 code from BMW Individual, according to Fabian. Getting this coat for your BMW will cost an extra 5,000 euros. For those in the U.S., it will likely come at the same price only in the American dollar. What makes things more impressive is its interior, as it features the Merino Black BMW Individual full leather upholstery. Getting this leather upholstery will cost its owners an extra 4,350 euros. Moreover, you can bring some nice contrasting black details to the car with the Shadow Line Extended. Its overall elegant appearance also comes with the tinted windows and its 19-inch light-alloy wheels in a double-spoke 797 M bicolor design.

New BMW 4 Series Showcases in a Wild Berry Coating

Getting these features will indeed come with a higher price. This 2021 BMW M440i xDrive in Wild Berry coating will be at 87,420 euros. It is pricey, though future owners will get one of the top BMW engines in their M440i. The B58 3.0-liter turbocharged engine can make 382 horsepower and 364 lb-ft of torque. A new 48-volt electric system adds an extra 11 horsepower. This BMW M440i xDrive is quite refined and competent with its ZF eight-speed and gets 4.6 seconds from 0-100 km/h.

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