2017 BMW 4 Series Facelift – Rendering

4-Series, Rumors | July 30th, 2016 by 20
2017 BMW 4 Series facelit 750x500

After some three years on the market, the BMW 4 Series is getting its first mid-cycle update. Much like most recent BMW facelifts, the changes …

After some three years on the market, the BMW 4 Series is getting its first mid-cycle update. Much like most recent BMW facelifts, the changes are limited to certain exterior updates, but with more upgrades happening under the hood. Recent spy photos show the front and rear bumpers been slightly redesigned, along with tweaks to the headlights and taillights. And that’s exactly what the rendering embedded here is based on.

Inside, we expect to see an updated infotainment system with a redesigned user interface, along with upgrades in the tech department. New upholstery and trim options are also on the table. A few upgrades to the exterior color pallet are also expected.

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There should also be some upgrades to powertrain offerings and there’s a possibility a new three-cylinder engine is added to the range, giving the 4 Series a new entry-level model. Arguably the most important upgrade will be the new, twin-turbocharged, 3.0-liter, inline-six engine. The B58 powerplant will crank out 320 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque and will be offered in the 440i model. The new denomination will replace the 435i.

A new 430i model will replace the previous 428i and will be powered by a 2.0-liter turbo-four with a 10-horsepower and three-pound-feet boost for a new output of 250 horses and 258 pound-feet.

BMW is expected to unveil the update to the 4 Series in the upcoming months.

[Source: Indianautosblog]

20 responses to “2017 BMW 4 Series Facelift – Rendering”

  1. Kaisuke971 says:

    Essentially the facelift is just gonna look more like the concept isn’t it

    • Senne says:

      Great way to put it! :D And it’s actually true, because all recent facelifts look more like the concepts of those cars, mainly because of the Full LED Headlights, I think.

      • Denisejheck1 says:

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    • Akash says:

      Dang wish the production version looked exactly like the the concept. Concept had a more aggressive presence. Wideness and the side profile of it looked much better than production version too. 4 series is still nice though but could’ve been more.

  2. jason bourne says:

    The lower front fascia is just like its predecessor: Ugly… Why does BMW insist on making it look like a child who’s been given a dose of castor oil?

    • JRobUSC says:

      I’m sure you thought that analogy was clever and obvious, but for everyone else who isn’t you, what? Are you saying it looks like a face that is vomiting? Because I don’t see it.

    • Senne says:

      What part of RENDER did you not understand? Not to mention how ridiculous your comment sounds: “a child who’s been given a dose of castor oil”?? WHAT.

    • Pete says:

      Your comment makes no sense. Looks like Carson Palmer if anyone.

    • maxnix says:

      It isn’t the M Sport fascia so it really doesn’t count in my book. This is the fascia for the Lexus buyers.

  3. Don says:

    4 series, new A5 and C coupe all look so great. So difficult to choose nowadays but I think I’d go with the 4 series with M sport package in glacier silver.

    • Kaisuke971 says:

      The new A5 is almost universally accepted to be uglier than its predecessor, and the C Class’ rear end is just not doing it. Call me a fanboy, but nothing looks quite as good as the 4 series in its segment.

      Things get closer in the top versions, because Mercedes did a great job with the C63, and the base carrera kinda competes (at least base price-wise).

      • Don says:

        You’re universally accepted to be ugly. People in the comments call every car that gets unveiled nowadays to be ugly. When the S coupe was unveiled people said the same, can’t please everyone.

        • Kaisuke971 says:

          Idk where you see the car news, but when the S Class coupe came out, it was praised for its design by basically everyone. The A5 is not that great, and definitly ugly next to an S Coupe.

      • Jason says:

        LOL u think a 4 series is supposed to compete with a Carrera. Clearly u are a blind BMW fanboy. Carrera>4 series in every aspect especially design and uniqueness. BMWs are getting bland since everyone has one nowadays.

        • Kaisuke971 says:

          The top version is the M4, which is considered to be one of the best looking FR on the market. If it looks better than a base Carrera is personal, and i’m biased, but i think it does.

          Performance-wise the M4 is faster in straight and corners, especially with the comp pack, and is very close to the S model. Definitely a competitor.

  4. Alexander S says:

    I hope that almost all new generations of their models will get LED rear lights finally.It’s a shame to have nowadays single lights for such brand.

  5. […] in any car magazine – aside from the “usual” test drives – were the illustrations of future models. Often called renders, the sophistication and accuracy of those images have […]

  6. Seven23 says:

    Looks like the same thing.

  7. jmoney says:

    when is this facelift coming out? im looking to get the 4 series but dont know wether to wait until this facelift comes out or just get the current one

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