Comes with bespoke body work, upgraded interior and 19-inch alloys.
After treating the new M3/M4 to the Individual Program at the end of last year, BMW has turned its attention to the 4 Series. These initial batch of pics show the 4er Coupe and Convertible are to receive similar upgrades. The coupe sports a Citrine Black metallic paint job, while the drop-top has been coated in Pyrite Brown metallic paint. Both come with 19-inch V-spoke 626 I design alloys.
The coupe’s interior is swathed in Gold Brown Merino leather and Plane Auburn dark fine-wood trim, whereas the convertible receives a two-tone interior with a blend of black leather and Opel White fine-grain Merino leather. The Individual program will be available to order from the spring, when a Merino leather steering wheel and leather-clad instrument panel will be offered for the 3 Series Sedan and Touring models.