Congratulations, you 30 guys who were quick enough to get your names down for the 2011 BMW M3 Frozen Gray Coupe. All it took was 12 minutes to sell the lot, and 50 other people registered as alternatives in the first hour of it going on sale. At $77,600 a pop, the Frozen Gray holds a $19,200 premium over a regular M3. Engine output is still the same (414 hp), but this one has a lowered suspension, 19-inch alloy wheels, electronic damping, the excellent BMW double-clutch gearbox, a cool stereo, navigation, cosmetic niceties (including the Frozen Gray matte metallic paint), and it comes with a day's tuition at the BMW Performance Driving School in Spartanburg, North Carolina. This U.S.-only limited edition car has been made to mark 25 years since the first M3. We hope some of you 30 FGC buyers are old enough to remember that one, or we could really start to dislike you.
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