By SEMA Editors
In June 2020, the second-gen BMW 4-Series debuted, with its distinctive grille becoming quite notorious. However, only a short while has passed, and the automaker is already planning a mid-lifecycle update for this model.
Photographers have captured a camouflaged prototype of the four-door GranCoupe, a mid-lifecycle update for this model.
This prototype sports the M Sport Package, which may indicate BMW will discontinue the standard body kit option and equip all trims with the M Sport bumpers. The front of the car retains the sporty bumper intakes and the familiar grille design, along with redesigned LED graphics in the headlights, resembling the boomerang-style DRLs seen in newer BMW models like the facelifted X5/X6.
The taillights are concealed at the back, but the M Sport rear bumper continues from the previous model.