In 2010, the popular BMW 3 Series Coupe and Convertible models are going to receive a life-cycle impulse and test mules continue to be seen on the german roads. This is a mild facelift when compared to previous models, but there are some important changes, mostly at the front-end.
With the new M-Sport package, the E93 receives revised headlights, with a different “eyebrow”, similar to what we have seen in the E90 LCI. Also a new front bumper could be seen in the photo below, but the fine details are not available as of now. Even though unclear, the kidney grille seem to feature restyled air inlets, giving the new M-tech a more aggressive look.
Side skirts look unchanged, but other changes can be seen at the rear-end where a new set of LED taillights are being implemented.
The interior design also receives a mild facelift with updated trim and a new center armrest. The BMW 3 Series Convertible will also receive the ConnectedDrive system which allows for in-car internet access.
Both the Coupe and Convertible models are due to launch in Spring 2010 and there are no information on whether a price increase will be associated with the LCI.
[Source: Carscoop ]