In the last few years BMW has offered several limited edition M models for the fast-growing Chinese market. The last one to join the flock is a BMW M3 Coupe Frozen Blue Limited Edition which starts at 1.29 million yuan  or around $210,000. The base BMW M3 costs 1.06 million yuan in China.

The limited edition Frozen Blue M3 will be offered to 40 customers and will bring some visual upgrades to the popular E92 M3. First, the car gets the Frozen Blue paint job, followed by Frozen Blue side mirrors, blacked out trims, kidney grille and side gills, as well as special edition badges inside.

BMW’s last naturally-aspirated engine is found under the hood. The M3 is powered by the S65B40 engine, a high revving 4-liter V8 (based on the S85B50 5-liter V10 that powers the E60/E61 M5 and the E63/E64 M6 to date) delivering 414 horsepower (309 kW; 420 PS) at 8,300 rpm and peak torque of 400 Nm (300 lb-ft) at 3,900 rpm.


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