China Gets Limited BMW M3 Carbon Edition

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Another special edition M3 will soon be arriving for the ever-growing Chinese market. The new BMW M3 Carbon Edition will be limited to just 111 units. Some of the features a host of carbon fiber parts and inserts, including front and rear bumpers, side skirts, hood inlets, lip splitters, and trunk spoiler. The roof is also made completely of carbon fiber, which saves an additional 8 pounds. The inside is comprised of black leather seats and a carbon pattern.

It's painted in a mineral white color with Carbon Edition logos. It rides on 19-inch black wheels. It's powered by the standard M3 engine, which boasts 420hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. The BMW M3 Carbon Edition will carry a price tag of ¥1,230,000 Chinese Yuan or $189,000 USD and hits the Chinese market this July. Photos courtesy

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