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2011 BMW 120i Performance Unlimited - Click above for high-res image
Typically, JDM-only models are made by Japanese automakers. Someone apparently forgot to tell BMW
, however, as the German automaker has just launched the third in a recent line of Nippon-specific special editions.
Following in the footsteps of the X6 Performance Unlimited and the Mini Savile Row
comes the new 120i Performance Unlimited. The special 1-Series comes equipped with the 170-horsepower 2.0-liter four with a six-speed automatic and a variety of M-Sport components, from bumper caps and and a blacked-out grille to a set of 18-inch split-five-spoke alloys and carbon fiber spoiler and mirror housings.
The cabin is similarly decked out in M-Sport extras, like sport seats, leather-covered steering wheel and shift lever and aluminum pedals. Exterior colors are limited to blue or white, and only 30 examples will be built. If you want to get your hands on one, first of all, you'll have to relocate to Japan and then stand in line with ¥4,350,000 (about $50,300).
[Source: BMW]BMW releases Japan-only 120i Performance Unlimited
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