BMW M3 in Ruby Red and M Performance Parts looks stunning

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A visit to the BMW Welt Munich can often discover some gems as “the home of BMW cars” is often changing its exhibits and products …

A visit to the BMW Welt Munich can often discover some gems as “the home of BMW cars” is often changing its exhibits and products displayed. One of those hidden in plain sight gems is a 2018 BMW M3 painted in the rare and stunning Ruby Red II color.

In addition to the livery in bold dark red, the power sedan also sports some tuning parts from BMW M Performance, which further individualize the appearance. The Competition Package further enhances the looks and performance of this unique F80 M3.

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The BMW Individual Ruby Red II color is a powerful alternative to other reds and is therefore very popular on many different vehicles. The model now on display in the BMW Welt is likely to be one of the last BMW F80 M3s on the exhibition floor, as the end of production is approaching with great strides this Summer. The final F80 M3 for Europe will be built at the end of May, and in the weeks thereafter, until August, only units for non-EU markets, and therefore without the petrol particle filter, OPF (from Ottopartikelfilter) demand, will roll off the line.

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The BMW M3 F80 LCI in Ruby Red II has been upgraded with special equipment worth more than 55,000 euros, which is why the list price has risen from 77,500 to 132,504 euros.

Further sport refinements go to the account of BMW M Performance. The in-house tuning department has given the BMW M3 F80 LCI carbon fiber attachments for the side air intakes of the front apron, the additional carbon front splitter and the exterior mirror caps, the diffuser insert at the rear and the spoiler lip made of carbon.

The result is an individual car as well as powerful power sedan, which is also quite expensive.

[Photos: Bimmertoday]

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