The BMW 4 Series Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe have been updated for 2017 with refreshed styling, an updated cabin and new features.
The restyled front end includes a larger central air intake, adding a more imposing presence and greater sense of width to the entire nose section.
All models are now equipped with new twin LED headlights as standard and redesigned LED rear lights.
Moving inside the surrounds for the air vents and the control panels in the doors now include electroplated inserts, while the switch for the hardtop roof in the BMW 4 Series Convertible and the integral belt guides for its front seats also have an electroplated finish.
The Coupe range now starts with the Sport model, costing £32,525 for the 184PS 420i. M Sport is optionally available or standard on 430/435/440 models.
Gran Coupe models start in SE trim, costing £33,395 for the 420d.
Fleet drivers are likely to find the 420d Gran Coupe most appealing as it returns up to 70.6mpg and CO2 from 106g/km. Company car tax will cost around £116 per month (£235 for 40%) on this model.
A wider choice of 18 and 19-inch light-alloy wheels exclusive to the new 4 Series is now available plus exclusive new exterior paint finishes. Buyers can also choose a digital instrument cluster.
The Coupe and Gran Coupe should perform better on the road as both now come with stiffer suspension, featuring more advanced damping technology and an upgraded steering set-up.
The new 4 Series range is available to order now.