Last month, the facelifted BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé was spied testing on the streets ahead of its expected reveal later this year.
Only the front and rear bumpers along with a small portions of the side fenders are under camouflage which suggests that the unclad bodywork will most likely remain the same or have very subtle corrections made to it.
From what we can see through the camo, subtle changes have been made to the front facia and it looks like the new 4 Series Gran Coupé’s bumper will be sporting a set of revised air intakes and updated headlights that has the same W-shaped motif as the new 3 Series. Also covered are the fender vents and after taking a closer look, it has looks like it still has the general shape of the outgoing model’s vents so it’s a mystery as to why they are under camouflage.
As for the back, BMW may have refreshed the rear lights but like the front, the changes may be minimal even though they’re under heavy camouflage.
The BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé is expected to be revealed later this year before hitting showroom floors around the middle of next year. Until then, we can scrutinize these new spy shots and see how the prototype compares to the recently face-lifted 3 Series.