When it hits the market next year, the facelifted BMW M4 is set to adopt parts inspired by those of the hardcore GTS.
According to Autocar, the freshened up M4, which has already been facelifted once, will adopt a new front splitter very similar to the one of the M4 GTS. Additionally, the model’s bonnet will be customized to include new intakes and a larger bootlid lip spoiler will be fitted.
Other styling changes to the 2017 M4 will include the adoption of revised headlights and taillights as well as some minor tweaks to the front and rear bumpers.
As for the interior, it could receive even fewer updated parts than the outside and beyond the possible adoption of some new trim options, will probably be identical to the current car.
Similarly, few changes are expected to be made to the sports car’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six engine. With that being said, power should rise from the current 425 hp to around the 444 hp mark of the existing M4 Competition Pack. A minor jump in torque can also be expected.