The 2017 BMW 4 Series facelifted model has been introduced at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, and so far, it hasn’t received a lot of attention. The reason for this is that the visual changes on the facelifted model are almost undetectable, but the German automaker also debuted the new 5 Series Touring alongside with the version that sports M Performance package. Furthermore, the Alpina B5 is also on the podium, so it comes to no surprise that the BMW 4 Series is hardly noticeable, but we promise you that we will talk about this one here.
2017 BMW 4 Series Colors
The 2017 BMW 4 Series received the new color options called Sunset Orange and Snapper Rocks Blue, fresh alloy wheel designs for different equipment levels and redesigned LED headlights. The taillights also come with LEDs that will have slightly changed graphics and the reason for this is to lend the cars an “extra impact” says BMW.
The interior will remain mostly the same, but there will be more chrome details than on the previous model, while the center console will feature a glossy black look. There is double stitching on the instrument panel, while the company offers three upholstery options and the latest version of the infotainment system which sports satellite navigation. The refreshed BMW 4 Series will, from now on, be available with wheels wrapped in high-performance tires for the 430i/430d models upwards.
The 4 Series family is a huge one, and BMW has 31 model and powertrain variants from which the customers can choose. The long-speculated M4 CS model that is supposed to complete the 4 Series lineup has been spied recently without any covers, which means that the sales will hopefully start soon. Meanwhile, we know that the 4 Series range-topper is going to be powered by the 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo V6 unit that comes with water injection technology.
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