Japan will be getting five units of the Marco Wittmann 2015 BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition model.

The Champion Edition was built in a limited run of 23 units, reflecting Wittmann’s car number.

In a tribute to the Ice-Watch BMW M4 DTM, the Champion Edition will be offered exclusively in Alpine White. The other signature features of the special-edition model include a matte-black bonnet and boot lid with the eye-catching stripe design make an excellent visual complement to the standard CFRP roof, as does the black character line along the car’s flanks.


Added to the mix are an M kidney grille with orange surround, an M logo rearwards of the front wheel arches, the number 23 on the doors and the flag along with “WIT” and “DTM Champion 2014” lettering on the rear side windows. The BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition is also fitted with 19-inch light-alloy wheels, a black front splitter, a black side skirt blade, carbon front flaps, carbon mirror caps, a rear spoiler and a carbon diffuser insert from the M Performance Parts range.


Inside, the door sill plates bear Marco Wittmann’s autograph, while carbon interior trim strips – likewise signed by the 24-year-old from Fürth, Germany – feature “DTM Champion 2014” lettering and the car’s serial number.


The five Japanese command a premium over the regular M4 – 13,990,000 Yen (about $119,000). Orders have begun last week and will run through the end of February. BMW Japan will deliver the M4 DTM Champion Edition in May.
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