Mobile spy 4.2 gm inline 6

 

Of course, BMW didn’t see fit to do much in terms of visual updates, so don’t expect anything else on the outside to change outside of what I’ve already mentioned. The facelifted M4 carries on with the same front and rear fascias, as well as every single body line that emphasizes the car’s sporty character and dominant power delivery. But, that’s not necessarily a bad thing as the M4 was pretty damn attractive to begin with, so the few changes that come as part of this facelift should keep the model fresh through the turn of the decade when BMW will usher in the second-gen model.

Until then, however, let’s take a look at the updated model, talk a little more about it, and the competition that it’s forced to go head-to-head with in a demanding market.

If you option for the Competition Package that has been available for the M4 since early 2016, you’ll get a number of exterior trim elements in black that include the front grille surround, window trim, fender vent logo, and the rear M4 logo. The centrally mounted, dual-exhaust outlets also get the black treatment. To go along with the black exterior enhancements, the competition package can also be optioned with a new set of 20-inch light-alloy wheels in Star-spoke 666 M styling that are finished in black – not a bad way to round out the exterior package.

Mobile spy 4.2 gm inline 6

The University of California Small Farm Program and UC Cooperative Extension advisors in four California regions are working with local partners to organize Regional Agritourism Summits for everyone involved in California agritourism. The Summits will be occasions for farmers, ranchers, county planners, the tourism community and others involved to share, learn, and plan together.

Agritourism operators, tourism professionals, county, city and state staff and officials, community organizations, agricultural organizations, tour organizers and all others who are connected to California agritourism are invited to join the conversations. Summits will be held in Davis, Petaluma, Modesto and Riverside.

Presentations and discussion topics will include county regulations; marketing plans; social media and event organizing training sessions; itinerary development; liability; financing ideas foragritourism development; and more.

Of course, BMW didn’t see fit to do much in terms of visual updates, so don’t expect anything else on the outside to change outside of what I’ve already mentioned. The facelifted M4 carries on with the same front and rear fascias, as well as every single body line that emphasizes the car’s sporty character and dominant power delivery. But, that’s not necessarily a bad thing as the M4 was pretty damn attractive to begin with, so the few changes that come as part of this facelift should keep the model fresh through the turn of the decade when BMW will usher in the second-gen model.

Until then, however, let’s take a look at the updated model, talk a little more about it, and the competition that it’s forced to go head-to-head with in a demanding market.

If you option for the Competition Package that has been available for the M4 since early 2016, you’ll get a number of exterior trim elements in black that include the front grille surround, window trim, fender vent logo, and the rear M4 logo. The centrally mounted, dual-exhaust outlets also get the black treatment. To go along with the black exterior enhancements, the competition package can also be optioned with a new set of 20-inch light-alloy wheels in Star-spoke 666 M styling that are finished in black – not a bad way to round out the exterior package.