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BMW Announces New Spring Updates For Several Models

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New exterior color and leather options have been added for the new BMW 8 Series.

BMW has just unveiled the new 2020 7 Series, but several of the Bavarian automaker's other models are also getting some subtle styling changes, personalization packages, and new standard equipment just in time for the spring.

Firstly, the BMW 2 Series Coupe and BMW 2 Series Convertible are getting darkened rear lights, which will come as standard in March 2019. The high-performance BMW M2 Competition will also now come with darkened rear lights as standard, while customers who order the BMW 2 Series Coupe and BMW 2 Series Convertible will find additional bi-color 17- and 18-inch light-alloy wheels on the options list.

18-inch M light-alloy wheels in twin-spoke design, painted in matt Cerium Grey and with mixed-size tires, will be offered as a new option for the BMW M240i Coupe, BMW M240i xDrive Coupe, BMW M240i Convertible, and BMW M240i xDrive Convertible. New exterior paint options for sporty six-cylinder BMW 2 Series models now also includes a new Long Beach Blue metallic variant, while the optional interior trim strips in smooth matt carbon fiber heighten the cabin's sporting character.

For the interior, the BMW 2 Series Coupe and BMW 2 Series Convertible are also getting a Dakota leather trim option with exclusive stitching. Dark rear lights will also be included in the standard specification for the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo from March 2019.

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Moving up the range, new individualization options will be available for the BMW 4 Series from March 2019 including Venturine Red and Frozen Dark Grey metallic paint finishes. The color selection for the BMW 4 Series Coupe and BMW 4 Series Convertible now also includes Mediterranean Blue metallic, while new optional equipment for all BMW 4 Series models includes 18-inch light-alloy wheels in twin-spoke design and Orbit Grey, and 19-inch M light-alloy wheels in twin-spoke design finished in Jet Black with mixed-size tires.

The interior also contains a new Mocha color shade for the optional Dakota leather trim on Sport Line, Luxury Line and M Sport cars and interior trim strips in carbon fiber, which are available in conjunction with M Sport specification. The M Sport and Sport Line variants of the BMW 4 Series will now be fitted with black rear light screens and a BMW kidney grille surround in High-gloss Black as standard.

Darkened rear lights are also set to adorn the rear of the BMW M4 Coupe and BMW M4 Convertible, and the BMW Individual paint finish Frozen Dark Blue II will be offered as an option for the two high-performance models from March 2019. The BMW M4 Coupe with M Competition package can also be ordered with two new bi-color leather trim options.

There will also be a new equipment line offered for the 4 Series range dubbed M Sport Individual, which blends M Sport design and features with Individual options. The new equipment line includes the BMW Individual paint finish Tanzanite Blue metallic, an M Aerodynamics package, BMW Individual High-gloss Shadow Line, 19-inch BMW Individual light-alloy wheels in V-spoke design with mixed-size tires, and variable sport steering. Rear-wheel-drive models also get M Sport suspension.

For the interior, the M Sport Individual line offers extended leather upholstery Merino in Opal White, heated seats, an M leather steering wheel, the lighting package and BMW Individual interior trim strips in Piano Finish Black. The BMW 4 Series Coupe and BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe add a BMW Individual headliner in Anthracite.

From March 2019, the 5 Series range will also the BMW Individual Composition package with M Sport features including five new colors from the BMW Individual list, 20-inch alloy wheels, three new leather options, and optional comfort seats with a ventilation function. Additionally, the 5 Series will benefit from an M Aerodynamics package, M Sport suspension, and M Sport braking system.

Newer models are also getting updates for the spring. The 8 Series grand tourer will be offered with new BMW Individual paint finishes as well as seven combinations of BMW Individual fine-grain Merino leather. Customers will also be able to order new Black Ash Silver Effect high-gloss wood trim metallic. Likewise, the new X5 also gains new paint options and Fineline Black wood trim with aluminum inlays.