We’ve already seen the BMW M3 saloon testing, but these pictures give us our first glimpse of the sleeker M4 Coupe.
As expected, it gains a subtle bodykit, flared arches and wider vents at the front, as well as a lowered nose and quad exhausts at the rear.
The shape will follow a profile similar to the current Audi A5, giving the new coupe a more athletic stance than the outgoing model.
Power will come from a six-cylinder turbocharged engine, which should see power boosted to around 450bhp. This should shave a few tenths off the car’s 0-60mph sprint, with an expected time of around 4.5 seconds.
The current generation BMW 3 Series will be limited to just saloon and estate bodystyles for the first time. This means that the outgoing Coupe and Convertible will ditch the 3 Series name for a 4 Series badge when they arrive next year.
Clearly, this format extends to the brand’s M division, too, meaning we’ll get an M3-badged saloon and an M4 Coupe.