It is easy to guess what the new facelifted 4 Series will look like. We have seen spy photos and the 3 Series LCI facelift. Now we know the BMW M.O. is. This render shows what it could look like.
2024 BMW 4 Series Review
Interior & Exterior
The new render is very simple: Take a 4 Series Coupe, and digitally add new headlights to it. The shape of this render’s headlights is not perfect. It looks like they took the stock shape and added the LED design inside. It has the same dual arrow LED lights as modern BMWs like the BMW X5 LCI and X6 LCI. The front end remains the same as before. Because this is a rendering of the M440i, the grille has a little silver dot design.
Although you can’t see into the cabin of this 4 Series, it will be so predictable that it would be easy to wager large sums on its appearance. Two major changes will be made to the interior of the 4 Series LCI. The first, and most important, is iDrive 8. The 4 Series Coupe will be joining its i4 sibling and getting the new curved iDrive 8, with two screens. The iDrive is on the right screen, while the digital gauges are on the left screen. It works the same way on all iDrive 8-equipped cars, including the 7 Series, X7, and 3 Series LCI. Expect nothing new or exciting. We don’t know if it will keep the iDrive rotary dial, but we are confident it will.
Mechanically, very little will be different. This M440i render is powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged, inline-six that produces 382 horsepower and 369 pounds-feet of torque. The only difference is that this new engine has 48-volt mild hybrid technology. This makes it more efficient and allows for auto start/stop. The engine will be available with either all-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive and will only pair with an 8-speed automatic. While the majority of customers prefer the latter, there are some more adventurous people out there.
2024 BMW 4 Series Expected
The actual facelift of the BMW 4 Series should be revealed soon. It could also be the last gas-powered 4 Series, as the next generation will be built on Neue Klasse architecture alongside the electric 3 Series.