The German based automaker BMW has recently announced the 3-Series Carbon Sport Edition which will be offered in a limited number in the Netherlands, and even if on the first looks of it doesn’t seem to be any different than any other 3-Series equipped with the M-Sport Package, the car manufacturer wants it named as the Carbon Sport Edition.
According to BMW, the 3-Series Carbon Sport Edition comes with the obvious M-Sport Package and some 19 inch alloy wheels, along with leather seats, automatic climate control, GPS navigation, Harman Kardon audio system and an M-Sport steering wheel with paddle shifters, while power comes from the “classic” six-cylinder engines mated to an automatic transmission.
“A dignified farewell to the current generation of successful BMW 3 Series Sedan. The Carbon Sport Edition is a complete and extremely sporty BMW, only available with six-cylinder engine. This engine concept has put his stamp on the brand history and will continue to do so in the future. To further emphasize this “Limited Edition” not only available as 325i and 330i with BMW 33i as well as TwinPower Turbo’s latest technology”, as the German based automaker says in the official press release.
Being available with two metallic paints, the Sapphire and Azuritschwarz, the BMW 3-Series Carbon Sport Edition will be limited to 150 units and the prices start at 49.995 EUR for the sedan, while the touring costs 51.995 EUR.