BMW introduced the M4 in early 2014 to replace the two-door version of the M3. Since then, the coupe has been doing well in both Europe and North America. Now it seems the German automaker is working on a mild facelift for the M4.
On the outside, there will be few revisions like a new front bumper with modified air-intakes and optional full-LED headlights instead of xenon lamps. However, the more important changes will come in the form of updated driver assistance systems and comfort features such as the traffic-jam assistant from the 5 Series.
Power will continue to come from the punchy 3-litre in-line six-cylinder engine developing 430bhp and 550Nm of torque. The gearbox options – a 7-speed DCT and a 6-speed manual – will remain the same as well.
The M4 facelift will be introduced sometime next year and will continue to compete with the Audi RS5 and the Mercedes C63 Coupe.