BMW 1-Series Facelift Unveiled At Geneva Motor Show

It is been believable, the facelifts at BMW don’t look much different than their older siblings, but this new face of 1-Series is surely bound to change that evolvement. Dropped cover at Geneva Motor show, 1-Series facelift showed us the new design language that was clearly visible from the adaptive LED headlamps with high beam assistant and cornering fog lamps. Sharper eyebrows, revamped kidney grille and big air dams further sweeten the attire. Seeing to its back, the reshaped tail lamps lend another reason to smile. Those reshaped tail lamps, with new LED layout that forms a floating design of ‘L’ are there to mark distinctive posture on the roads. In fact, similar interpretation can also be witnessed inside the cabin, with those add-ons like 6.5-inch display, chrome around the buttons and knobs, glossy black details for some, and new upholstery options. The optional list now also includes an 8.8-inch screen with navigation.

Hence, the hatchback is made available in the options of three-and-five door, both of them making way to the sales floor later this month in the international market inclusive of that 3-three cylinder 1.5-litre petrol engine. Must admit, some praises also goes to 2-Series for sending the active cues to this hatchback to claim a distinct facelift appearance than the conventional BMW facelifts.

BMW 1-Series Facelift Unveiled At Geneva Motor Show

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