First spy shots show the facelifted BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé undergoing testing ahead of the car's anticipated launch in the middle of next year.
Following the recent reveal of the Audi A5 - and by extension the Audi A5 Sportback - the tweaks set to occur on BMW's four-door are subtle, and limited to just the front and rear bumpers. The front light clusters, as is apparent in the shots, now feature the W-shaped motif first seen in the facelifted 3 Series.
In the bumper, the air intakes on this model - which appears to be the standard 4 Series Gran Coupé rather than the more aggressively-styled M Sport trim - have been revised.
Sources suggest the rear lights may have been refreshed as part of the rear-end styling tweaks too, although the rear lights are heavily camouflaged. Akin to the front-end tweaks, the rear has also been subjected to a subtle refresh.
The lack of camouflage on the rest of the car shows us that this has been left untouched over the current model.