BMW 4 Series Facelift: The premiere will most likely occur in the latter half of 2023 or the first few months of 2024.
The modernized BMW 4 Series debuted a few weeks ago. The current second-generation model, however, debuted in 2020 and is overdue for an update. We now got a glimpse of what the 2024 BMW 4 Series Coupe will look like thanks to recent spy photos that reveal a number of important design updates.
An unofficial sketch showing the LCI, or Life Cycle Impulse, of the model before it is released. While the standard trim level with the M Sport Package is clearly visible in the spy images, the powerful M440i is keeping its new front fascia hidden under camouflage.
Already on the 2024 X5 and X6, the revised headlights have more angular daytime running lights shaped like a boomerang. The car’s muscular front bumper design suggests it’s more powerful than the standard 4 Series.
We got a sneak peak at the taillights, and they seem like the ones on the new BMW 3 Series. The rumored M440i prototypes stood out thanks to their matte finish. The Frozen Portimao Blue paint job and brake calipers look like they came straight out of the Individual catalogue.
The latest iDrive 8 infotainment system with dual screens contained in a curved component is likely to be standard in the 2024 BMW 4 Series Coupe. The prototype screens will look very much like the ones recently demonstrated in the updates. Less physical buttons mean more functionality can be packed into that massive screen.
According to estimates, the product will finally be ready for release in March 2024. The premiere will most likely occur in the latter half of 2023 or the first few months of 2024. The 4 Series Convertible and Gran Coupe would likely receive the same updates on the inside as the M4, which is undergoing a similar Life Cycle Impulse upgrade.
The BMW M4 will continue to be exciting to drive while boasting cutting-edge features thanks to some cosmetic updates and new color options. BMW M4s will continue to be powered by a mighty 6-cylinder engine with massive output figures and a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. A similar but different Competitive version will be available. The variation will be updated to improve handling and performance in the engine and suspension. The updated specs bring the M4 in line with the retiring M5, making this little sports car really enjoyable to drive.
Higher-output 2.0-liter gasoline and diesel engines will also be made available for the standard 4 Series, providing customers with the premium experience they expect over the 3 Series. One or more of the engines might be a 2.0-liter inline-four, although a six-cylinder alternative is also possible. All engine variants will be made available to the global market. BMW India has created room for the 4 Series, so its introduction there couldn’t come at a better time. This will aid the company in achieving its newly established, more ambitious sales aims in India.