The new M3 Coupé Frozen Silver Edition is being launched to celebrate the 40th anniversary of BMW’s M division. Well that’s the official line, although it does have the air of being a ‘run-out special’ to mark the last days of the E92 M3…
Just 100 examples will be offered in the UK, with each priced at £58,720 on the road.
That makes it exactly £4,000 more than a regular M3 Coupé, but included in the Frozen Silver Edition’s standard specification are a seven-speed M Dual Clutch Transmission and Electronic Damper Control. Usually on the options list, those two items alone add up to £3,970.
Obviously, Frozen Silver metallic is the only paintwork choice, and it’s complemented by matt black alloy wheels, high-gloss Shadowline exterior trim, jet black bonnet intakes and a dark chrome finish for the side gills, exhaust tips and grille frames.
The interior features Black Novillo leather upholstery with bluish-grey Palladium inserts. Among the extra items of kit are an Alcantara-covered steering wheel, carbon fibre trim pieces and a special plaque.
All told, BMW reckons that there’s £9,000-worth of additional equipment. While it’s a struggle to see how that amount has been arrived at, the Frozen Silver Edition could still represent good value for any M3 buyers who don’t want a manual gearbox and like the colour scheme.
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