After spotting the upcoming 3 Series facelift numerous time, AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers have now caught the facelifted BMW M3 testing.
The 3 Series will be getting a mild facelift as a mid-cycle refresh, and the M3 will also benefit from the minor updates later this year. Similar to the 3 Series spy photos we received late last year, the M3 will get new adaptive LED headlights and small changes to the iconic kidney grilles and front bumper.
There’s still a bit of camouflage in the rear, which means the German automaker is also updating the LED tail lights. While the standard 3 Series will see numerous changes, including the engines under the hood, expect the M3 to remain mostly the same as a 2016 model.
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