Nearing the 25th anniversary of the original BMW M3, BMW North America today announced a production run of thirty identically-equipped 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupes for the United States only. The sports car features a special matte-gray paint with a deep metallic luster. Fox Red / Black bi-color Novillo leather interior is also standard. It will be the first and only opportunity to obtain Frozen Gray Metallic exterior paint on the M3 for the 2011 model year in the United States.
BMW M enthusiasts will be able to reserve a 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupe by dialing 1-800-245-4269 no earlier than 11:30AM Eastern Time (8:30AM Pacific) on Monday, June 21, 2010. The first 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupes will become available for delivery in late June 2010 through Authorized BMW Centers, and the production run will be completed by the end of July 2010.
Each 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupe will be powered by the 4.0 liter, 414 horsepower M V8 and equipped with BMW’s M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT). Also specified is the new M3 Competition Package, which adds a set of 19 inch wheels and other upgrades. Additionally, each purchase of the 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupe will include a one-day enrollment at the BMW Performance Driving School in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The complete equipment list includes BMW Individual Frozen Gray Metallic exterior paint, BMW Individual bi-color (Fox Red with Black) Novillo Leather interior, M DCT Transmission, Competition Package, Electronic Damping Control, 19 inch light-alloy wheels, lowered suspension, sport mapping for EDC and DSC, Premium package, power folding mirrors, universal garage door opener, digital compass mirror, BMW Assist with Bluetooth, Novillo leather, carbon leather trim, Technology package, M Drive system, comfort access system, navigation system, voice command system, real time traffic information system, heated front seats, rear park distance control, enhanced premium sound system, satellite radio with 1-year subscription, iPod and USB adaptor.
The MSRP will be $ 77,600 including $ 875 Destination & Handling and excluding $ 1,300 federal gas guzzler tax.
77k? Lol….just lol
Not that much money when you consider that you normally only get this color via BMW Individual which make the car really expensive.
I think they should have painted the wheels in gunmetal or matte black to fit better with the paint.