How expensive can a BMW M3 get? Well, the answer might give some people heart palpitations, to be honest. However, if you live in Abu Dhabi you can afford the best of the best and this particular M3 certainly seems to fit the bill. Apart from the interesting Individual Speed Yellow paint, the car is also fitted with the Competition Package and the Carbon Ceramic brakes.

Basically, you can’t go any higher than this with an M3 unless you go to a tuner. The Competition Package takes the power output of the 3-liter straight six twin-turbo engine up from 425 HP to 444 HP bring a small bump in this department. If you think that’s not enough to make a difference, you’d be wrong as the DCT-fitted BMW M3 with the Competition Package can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4 seconds flat thanks to this increase.


Of course, other changes are also done to the car as part of the expensive optional package. New springs, dampers and anti-roll bars, along with reconfigured driving modes make sure you get the most out of your car. You also get new wheels on the outside, Style 666 without the Acid Orange details you can spot on a BMW M4 GTS but with the same size and weight. The exhaust is different as well, with a meaner sound.

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This particular M3 also comes with the Carbon Ceramic brakes, a $8,150 option that brings the best brakes you can possibly get on an M3. Saving about 40 lbs of weight compared to the standard rotors, the carbon ceramic rotors have a lifetime warranty and won’t need changing every couple thousand miles. The brake pads will have to be replaced though and they do cost a pretty penny. Judging by how much the owner spent on this car, though, we don’t think that’s going to be an issue.