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A few years back, someone at BMW thought it would be fun to place the magical name game. Instead of the 1 Series being able to be had as a coupe, convertible, three-door, or five-door, BMW decided to take the coupe and convertible models and call them the 2 Series. It was a little confusing at first, but a lot of good came out of it. The 2 Series coupe is larger than the model it replaced and came complete with a four-cylinder that was more powerful and offered better fuel efficiency compared to the V-6 in the old 1 Series coupe. And, of course, don’t forget that we were also blessed with the gorgeous 2018 BMW M240. With the 2 series being introduced as a new model (technically) back in 2014, it’s just about time for BMW to give it a facelift. Spotted on the back of a car hauler, the facelifted coupe looks to offer a smaller, redesigned grille, new taillight lenses, and some new LED lights up front. There’s also some changes coming to the interior, hinted at by the cover that was conveniently blocking our view of the dash.
The model spotted here is likely the first prototype and is probably on its way to do some on-road testing for the first time. This means that the facelifted model should break cover toward the end of 2017 and should be announced as a 2018 model. We’re sure that we’ll see the facelifted model really putting in some work over the next year, but until we get a better look let’s go over what we can make out now and talk a little about it.
There’s very little camo wrapping on the exterior, which tells us that there isn’t very much changing on the outside. The front grille looks a little smaller than before and is currently sporting a gloss black finish. The area around the grille is covered, so we’re not sure if the chrome trim around the grille will carry over or not, but it’s highly likely that it will. The corner intakes on the front fascia look to have grown a little bit, while the horizontal louver in the air dam is now angled upward in the front, a move that should help bring small improvements to the aerodynamic nature of the fascia. The area around the headlights is also covered, which indicates some minor changes. We know this model with have LED running lights, and it looks as if the jagged area of the lens’ lower end has been moved closer out from the grille a bit. The headlights may be a little shorter than before, which will give them a sleeker appearance.