You know how BMW M3 always seem to have ways to make special edition models? Apparently, these guys don’t get tired of it as they’ve added another one to their ever-growing list: a M3 Coupe Competition Edition developed especially for the Asian market. The car has been built as a commemoration of the BMW M’s 40th anniversary and is now available in Singapre.

Just like the M3 "Frozen Silver" Competition Edition that was announced last year for the US market, the M3 Coupe Competition Edition will also be painted in Frozen Silver Metallic combined with a dark chrome trim for the kidney grills, BMW M side gills and new exhaust tips. The car’s suspension set-up was also tweaked and lowered by 10mm while receiving the same 19" heels found on the BMW M3 GTS.

For the interior, BMW added black extended Novillo leather with palladium silver accents and stitching on front seats, headrests, door trim panels and handles, center console, and center armrest, along with an Alcantara-covered steering wheel and a BMW M3 Chequered Flag logo inlay featured on the door sills.

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  (517) posted on 03.5.2012

What is the specifications and performance review? It looks very normal to me, would its performance also be mediocre at its best?

  (594) posted on 02.28.2012

The name Competition is perfect for its looks—competent. The kidney grilles looks stunning from all the BMW on their line-ups. The frozen silver metallic paint is irresistible to look at, and it’s certified eye-catcher on the road.

  (399) posted on 02.27.2012

Great concept for a “special edition”, but additional features and statistics of performance aren’t mentioned. It might be worthy because of the improvised design. However, it is considered as a remake and not a development as only the look is remade.

  (447) posted on 02.23.2012

For all the coupe I have witnessed, this BMW seems to be the most powerful of them all. Well, it looks like powerful, but I want a proof that it really has the output that every man wants.

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