BMW has unveiled limited edition popular sports car 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupe last june 2010 in the celebrates the 25th birthday. BMW M3 with a run of thirty car identically-equipped 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupes made exclusively for the United States and will be the first with use the special matte-gray paint “with a deep metallic luster,” will be available in the United States on the M3 for the 2011 model year.
Less than 15 minutes after the hotline opened to reserve one of only 30 2011 BMW Frozen Gray M3 Coupes, each has been reserved for sale. Customers will be able to take delivery of the 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupe through an Authorized BMW Center starting later this month.
“We leapt at the chance to bring this truly special vehicle to the United States,” said Larry Koch, M Brand Manager for BMW of North America, LLC. “The Frozen Gray M3 is a striking work of sculpture, speed, and style, and perfectly marks the 25th birthday of the M3 model. I’m personally thrilled to see that our customers are as excited about it as we are. We filled the 30 reservation slots within 12 minutes and took the names of at least 50 alternates in the first hour. The 2011 Frozen Gray M3 Coupe will be one of the most unique BMW vehicles ever imported to the U.S.”
The special anniversary Frozen Gray 2011 BMW M3 Coupes will have the 4.0-liter 414-horsepower V-8 that powered the BMW M3 Coupe we recently track tested, and will also have the BMW M Double Clutch Transmission ( MDCT). However, all anniversary M3 Coupes will also have the new M3 Competition Package, which adds 19-inch wider-offset wheels available only with the package plus other performance enhancing features, including a 10 mm lower ride height, standard Electronic Damping Control with enhanced programming, and higher-threshold programming for the M Dynamic Mode.
Inside, the cabin is outfitted with Fox Red / Black Novillo leather, “carbon leather” trim, and heated front seats. Other goodies include iPod and USB connectivity, a premium sound system, GPS navigation, and Comfort Access (passive entry).