BMW is putting the finishing touches on the redesigned 4-Series, but that hasn’t stopped the company from announcing the new 4-Series M Sport Individual.
Available in Coupe, Gran Coupe and Convertible body styles, the 4-Series M Sport Individual features a number of unique touches from BMW Individual. Among the highlights are a Tanzanite Blue metallic exterior, high-gloss shadow line trim and 19-inch V-spoke alloy wheels. The model also comes equipped with the M Aerodynamics package, a variable sport steering system and an M Sport suspension on rear-wheel drive variants.
Interior changes are more modest as drivers will find BMW Individual extended leather upholstery in Opal White. The model also has an M steering wheel, piano black trim, heated front seats and a lighting package. Last but not least, the Coupe and Gran Coupe have a BMW Individual anthracite headliner.
The 4-Series M Sport Individual was announced as part of BMW’s spring update which also includes an assortment of other changes. Most of the updates focus on minor things, such as new wheels and paint, but BMW revealed a handful of models will now have “darkened rear lights.” Among them are the 2-Series Coupe / Convertible, M2 Competition, 3-Series Gran Turismo and M4 Coupe / Convertible.
Newer models will also see some changes as the 8-Series gains several new BMW Individual paint finishes as well as seven combinations of BMW Individual fine-grain Merino leather. Customers will also be able to order new Black Ash Silver Effect high-gloss wood trim.
Likewise, the BMW X5 gains new paint options and Fineline Black wood trim with aluminum inlays.
Performance updates a minor this time around, but the X1 xDrive20i, X1 xDrive25i and X2 xDrive20i will come equipped with a gasoline particulate filter starting in March.