BMW M3 Is Getting A Facelift Already: This Is Your First Look

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Set to be unveiled later this year.

We’ve been regularly reminded that BMW is in the process of giving the 3 Series a facelift, so these images of an M3 packing some carefully-positioned camo shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. So, how does BMW intend to spruce up the high-performance sedan? Well, changes are relatively minor and seem to be limited to the back end, which will be upgraded with new LED rear lights. While the 2016 BMW 3 Series will get a new front end, we’re not convinced the M3 is going to get the same treatment.

The interior will, however, benefit from an updated iDrive system and most of the other changes the F30 is set to receive. Expect the refreshed 2016 BMW M3 to be unveiled later this year, most likely at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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