The facelifted 2017 BMW M4 Coupe has been spotted testing with light camouflage on the road with subtle updates.
Changes to the popular coupe are minimal, with minor tweaks to the car’s air intakes for the front bumper and a pair of new headlights for a fresher look. Around the back, changes are even subtler, with updated taillights and a redesigned boot lid spoiler as the only revisions.
Inside, we can expect to see a refreshed infotainment system and minor changes to the interior design. The car will also reportedly get new driver assistance technology such as traffic jam assist.
Underneath the bonnet, the facelifted M4 will continue to be propelled by the 3.0-litre six-cylinder twin-turbo engine matched with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, which currently delivers 317kW and 550Nm of power. Of course, we can expect a slight power boost and a drop in consumption compared to the current model.
Expect to see the updated BMW M4 Coupe sometime in 2017.
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