BMW rolls-out a special 2011 M3 Frozen Gray Coupe
As BMW is getting near to the 25th anniversary of its high-performance M3 ride, the renowned Bavarian brand is launching a specially-packed 2011 M3 Frozen Gray Coupe for the US market. Limited to only 30 examples, the exclusive BMW M3 Frozen Gray Coupe is distinguished by a ultra-stylish matte-gray paint job and unique Fox Red / Black bi-color high-end leather interior finish.
The specially-styled M3 will be available for order from Monday and the ride's first deliveries are planned for the end of June.
Ready to blow our heads with its monstrous performance secured by the now famous 4.0-liter V8 with 414 horsepower, the 2011 M3 Frozen Gray Coupe also sports a M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT), which shorts the zero to 60 mph sprint time to 4.5 seconds flat from 4.7 (6-speed manual). In addition to that, the limited-edition BMW is further fitted with the M3 Competition Package, which adds a sleek set of 19-inch wheels, 10mm lowering, standard Electronic Damping Control with enhanced programming, and higher-threshold programming for the M Dynamic Mode.
The 2011 BMW M3 Frozen Gray Coupe boasts a MSRP of $77,600, including $875 Destination & Handling and excluding $1,300 federal gas guzzler tax.
2011 BMW M3 Coupe Frozen Gray limited-edition Equipment List:
- 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" 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