BMW unveils limited edition Lime Rock Park M3
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BMW has just announced a new limited-production version of its M3 coupe, the Lime Rock Park Edition. Created in conjunction with Skip Barber, owner of the infamous New England circuit, this M3 features the best of BMW's performance catalog (though no additional power is on tap), making this coupe even more hardcore and better-poised than before.
The changes start with the exterior, where BMW has painted the two-door M3 in Fire Orange and added a carbon fiber roof panel, lightweight exhaust muffler and carbon fiber aero kits at the front and rear. The M3 Competition Package is also standard on this car, offering slightly more aggressive suspension geometry, and inside, black and anthracite cloth seats are lined with Nappa leather trim and a new flat-bottom steering wheel has been fitted.
No changes have been made to the M3's revvy 4.0-liter V8, which produces 414 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. All Lime Rock Edition models are mated to BMW's six-speed manual transmission.
Only 200 of the orange M3s will be produced, priced from $70,995 (including $895 for destination), with the first deliveries taking place in September. Scroll down for the official press blast.Continue reading BMW unveils limited edition Lime Rock Park M3
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