The new BMW 4 Series has undergone changes both externally and internally

Hold on to your driving gloves, folks, because Germany just pulled the wraps off the spanking new BMW 4 Series. The coupe and convertible have undergone a facelift and are poised to hit the streets come spring.

The BMW 4 Series sports car has cranked up the visual dial to eleven. They’ve swapped out the radiator grille, tweaked the bumpers, and slapped on some fresh laser-diode headlights. Oh, and let’s not forget those snazzy 19-inch wheels with a design that’s as unique as a fingerprint. The pumped-up BMW M4 has also gone under the surgeon’s knife, and as expected, it’s rocking an even more aggressive look.

Step inside the revamped BMW 4 Series, and you’ll find upgraded trimmings, a new steering wheel (with a bottom slant for the M4, no less), and a souped-up multimedia system that’s ready to party.

Under the hood, the engine lineup has a new kid on the block – a 3.0-liter turbodiesel belting out 286 horsepower. And for the turbocharged M versions, they’ve cranked up the power knob a bit. Take, for instance, the new BMW M440i, now armed with a 3.0-liter, 391-horsepower turbo-six with a “soft” hybrid setup.

Now, let’s talk about the beast in the room – the BMW M4 Competition 2024 with the all-wheel-drive xDrive. This powerhouse of an engine pumps out a whopping 530 horsepower. The sprint to 100 km/h now takes a mere 3.5 seconds, and the top speed can either be capped at 250 or unleashed to 280 km/h. Hold on tight, because this M4 means business.

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