The German based automaker BMW is currently testing out a facelifted version of the 1-Series which should make its public debut over the next following months.
In between developing new technologies and working on the anticipated M2 Coupe, BMW is also testing out an updated version of the 1-Series. The model in question should be enough to cover the needs of a premium hatchback until the new generation of the vehicle will be making its way onto the market, and speaking of unveiling, the car is expected to go official over the following months, probably during the 2014 Paris Motor Show, in October, or Geneva, next year, in March.
BMW is believed to upgrade the 1-Series with the Life Cycle Impulse and it should also add the Air Curtain elements, from the 3-Series, along with a modified front grille and some different taillights. The interior design of the model should be slightly updated too and knowing BMW we can dare to say that we are expecting some engine lineup modifications too and, maybe, who knows, the introduction of new units. More details on the facelifted version of the BMW 1-Series are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its debut.