With the roof up, the boot space is generous at around 385l, however as the roof needs the space, this is reduced to 300l when the roof is down thanks to most of the roof being stored above the compartment.
There are plenty of cubby holes in the BMW 4 Series Convertible, although not as many as the VW Multivan which is in a completely different league, but still a lot for a car of this size and more than plenty to store items and drinks bottles.
I really like the centre console, for it’s practical positioning of the iDrive infotainment wheel. There is an option to upgrade the phone charging to a charging pad instead of plugging it in, which I didn’t feel was necessary, however I know this is a must have feature for some people, so it’s nice to know the option is there.
The car will get you from A-B in style and is great for young professionals. The rear seats are ISO fix for a child seat, but can be tricky with the roof up to get kids in and out the back. If you do have younger children, then you might want to consider a more child friendly second car.
Visibility is limited with the roof up, but this is the same with all convertibles. Modern technology, like reversing sensors and cameras, does help with this though.