2017 Geneva Motor Show: This Is the 2017 BMW M4 Facelift

In case you doubted that the all-new 2017 BMW M4 Facelift might miss the most important auto events of the year, then you have been wrong. It is here and is ready to show you what new goodies it has received from the German based carmaker.

Even if some might have accused the model of not being that “facelifted” as it was supposed to, the all-new M4 does bring forwards a wide array of changes which make the exterior and interior more interesting.

The first striking thing is the gorgeous Sakhir Orange that the new F82 BMW M4 is coming with, adding as well the massive 20-inch alloy wheels which indicates from the start that we are dealing here with the M Competition Package.

Besides the M Competition Package, which kind of gives the new M4 everything it needs, the model is now coming standard with new LED headlights with hexagonal lighting similar to the ones seen in the new 5-Series, adding as well the optional LED headlights. As for the car`s taillights, these are also slightly revised, looking here at full-LEDs with horizontal lighting signature.

The cabin has also received minor updates as well, like new materials and new upholstery and trims. Some of the trims are electroplated, with the chrome appearing around the air conditioning, while the centre console is now tweaked with gloss black panel. There will also be three new leather upholstery options, like Midnight Blue, Cognac and Ivory White, with trim options as well – Carbon Aluminum, Light Fineline and High Gloss Black with Pearl Chrome strips. Technologically wise, the infotainment system has also been updated, along with the Multifunctional Instrument Display also adding new functions.

In the engine department, there are no signs of any power boosts, the 3.0-liter straight-six engine coming with rather the same 425 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque, allowing an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.0 seconds – if fitted with the M Competition Package and the seven-speed DKG. With the manual transmission, the same 4.2 second time is achieved. The top speed can stand at 280 km/h with the M Driver`s Package.


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