2024 BMW 4 Series Coupe Spied In M Sport And M440i Flavors

The six-cylinder model seems to hide a more aggressive front end.

2024 BMW M440i coupe facelift spy photo2024 BMW M440i coupe facelift spy photo

The 2023 model year brought a big change for the 4 Series as all versions switched to the iDrive 8 with its two screens in a curved piece of glass. In addition, BMW now installs a small selector lever in all configurations of the 4 Series except for the M4, since the range topper sticks to its massive gear lever. As new spy footage shows, further changes are planned for the 4 Series, which is being tested here as a coupé.

The prototype, photographed with no camouflage on the look-at-me kidney along with round tailpipes, is a regular trim level fitted with the M Sport package. The other two show a hotter M440i with additional fairing to better hide the front fascia. It looks like BMW will do a better job of distinguishing the M Performance version from the smaller trim level. We can already see that the front bumper features a more complicated design compared to the current M Lite variant.

All test vehicles have newly designed headlights with sharper-looking daytime running lights. The camouflage obscures the view of the entire cluster, but these LEDs appear to be shaped like a boomerang or arrow in the same vein as the 2024 X5 and X6. On the back, fresh graphics for the taillights peek through the swirling camouflage,

BMW fans may have noticed that one of the M440i prototypes sports a matte paint job from the Individual catalog called Frozen Portimao Blue with matching brake calipers. The German luxury brand hasn’t bothered to hide the dashboard, as it was recently updated to accommodate the new infotainment mentioned earlier. There’s a 12.3-inch digital driver display, complemented by a 14.9-inch touchscreen on the center stack, where physical buttons are kept to a minimum by integrating most functions into the large display.

Production of the 4 Series Life Cycle Impulse is believed to begin in March 2024, so the official premiere could take place in late 2023 or early next year. The M4 is also reportedly going through a lifecycle pulse, and logic tells us that the 4 Series Convertible and Gran Coupe will benefit from the same suite of tweaks.

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