BMW has given its fire-breathing M4 supercar destroyer a midlife refresh and we’ve taken it out to see what it’s like
What do we have here?
There are some cars that simply don’t need an introduction. The BMW M4 is one such vehicle, whether it’s the two-door coupe or two-door convertible.
While it’s only a few years old following the renaming of BMW 3-Series coupes to 4-Series (and M3 coupe to M4, accordingly), the M4 has quickly forged its reputation as a supercar destroyer.
Therefore, this refresh to the M4 is pretty subtle. On the outside, there are now LED headlights fitted as standard, redesigned daytime running lights with new 3D LED taillights at the rear.
On the inside, M4 emblems have been added to the front sports seats, there’s double stitching over the instrument binnacle, while chrome and electroplated detailing has been added. All pretty low key changes.
To read our full road test review click here: http://bit.ly/2pOl2Dn