The facelifted first-generation BMW 4 Series, first revealed at the Geneva motor show earlier this year, is set for UK deliveries in April with prices starting at £32,580 - £735 more than the old model.
The new 4 Series line-up, which encompasses the two-door coupé and Convertible, which starts from £37,630, and the four-door Gran Coupé, also priced from £32,580, receives a mildly altered front end, with lightly restyled air ducts in the lower bumper featuring on both the standard Luxury and higher-spec M-Sport variants.
BMW's also tweaked the handling of the 4 Series range, through widening their track - 14mm at the front and 20mm at the rear - stiffening the suspension and fettling the traction control. It claims that the cars now have a lower centre of gravity, by 40mm on the coupé, 30mm on the Gran Coupé and 20mm on the convertible,
Further changes have been made to the headlights, which retain the same shape as before but receive a new internal graphic similar to that seen on the 2012 Concept 4 Series, with LEDs for both low and high beam together with an optional adaptive LED function.
At the rear, the model also adopts styling tweaks to the lights and bumper, mimicking the changes to the front end.
The new BMW also receives revised 18in and 19in alloy wheels and two new exterior colours: Snapper Rocks Blue and Sunset Orange.
The changes inside are every bit as subtle as those made to the exterior. Included are a newly designed steering wheel and electroplated aluminium and chrome trim elements as well as high-gloss black panels and the choice of a number of different dashboard trim finishes, all mirroring the chances already brought to the 3 Series in 2016.
BMW has also updated the navigation system for the 4 Series, with the top-of-the-line Professional unit receiving a new interface with six tile-like icons, as seen on the latest 5 Series.