Java Green BMW M3 Coupe

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If you're in the market for a new BMW M3 Coupe but want it to be unique, then look no further than a dealership in Munich, Germany. This Java Green M3 is currently for sale at the dealership and the exterior color is not the only special thing about it. The car comes equipped with the Competition Package and the interior features unique upholstery in Novillo Black with green contrast stitching. The extra cost for all of this? €4,700 over the car's base price.

In addition, it comes equipped with the M Driver's Package and the optional dual-clutch transmission. Total cost? €102,450. Being unique doesn't always come cheap.

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