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BMW M3 Coupe Frozen Limited Edition - Web Exclusive

Ice cold stunning looks.

Alex Bernstein
Oct 26, 2012
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Today BMW announced the plans for their 2013 BMW M3 Coupe Frozen Limited Edition. It’ll be offered in three frozen colors: Red, White and Blue—fitting for election season.

There were only be 150 examples, all starting at an MSRP of $76,395 (including destination and handling), and it comes loaded with factory options but you can still add a number of variations.

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Standard features include Competition package, Matte Black 19” light alloy wheels, Electronic Damper Control, Lower Suspension (-10mm), sport mapping for EDC and DSC, Premium package and black extended Novillo leather with contrast stitching. The list goes on, but our favorite part is that the standard equipment is a nice 6-speed manual, though if you’d rather flap some paddles around, DCT is still an option.

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