The BMW M3 Sedan is in the spotlights again, this time the model receiving some nice and cool features inside the cabin, courtesy to the carmaker`s BMW Individual special division.
Whenever I hear about an M3 or M4 being tweaked by the BMW Individual division, I realize on the spot that we are dealing with unique body parts as well as interesting features inside.
Thus, the interior of this BMW M3 has received the fine-grain Merino leather with the two-tone Silverstone and Fjord Blue finishes, coming in a contrasting stitching in Silverstone.
Surely that the M badge is also visible on the center console or the handbrake handle, which has received a two-tone finish, along with the bottom of the instrument panel.
Moving to the seats, the front ones have been wrapped in leather with the same Fjord Blue finish, the entire interior complementing the exterior with the Fashion Grey paint, taken from the BMW Individual catalogue.
Under the hood, the BMW M3 is still packing the same 3.0-liter turbo straight-six engine, with 431 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque, enough to reach 100 km/h in just 4.1 seconds, at a topping of 250 km/h. All the power is sent to the rear wheels, thanks to a seven-speed DCT.