A prototype of the three-door BMW 1-Series facelift has been spider undergoing testing.

Earlier this week we shared spy shots depicting the cabin of BMW's facelifted 6-Series and now we take a closer look at the interior of the 1-Series facelift. The revised entry-level model from Bavaria is set to go on sale next year and judging by the disguise on the inside it will have a redesigned center console.

On the outside it will receive some much deserved cosmetic revisions, starting at the front where there's going to be a different fascia inspired by the 2-Series. The Life Cycle Impulse will also bring a new pair of headlights which appear to be significantly more appealing than those of the current model. The back of the car will host a reshaped bumper and possibly some tweaks to the taillights.

BMW is also planning a sedan version of the 1-Series which has already been spied and will likely be introduced together with the facelifted three-door and five-door 1-Series.

Gallery: BMW 1-Series facelift spied inside and out

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