The German based automaker BMW has recently unveiled the M3 DTM Champion Edition, during the 40 Years of M event.
Even if the upcoming generation of the BMW M3, the F80, is getting ready to be officially presented to the public next year and then go on sale by the end of 2013 as a 2014 model year, that doesn’t mean that the outgoing version of the model is out of day and in order to highlight the model probably one last time, the carmaker has unveiled the so-called M3 DTM Champion Edition.
According to the car manufacturer, the BMW M3 DTM Champion Edition has been made to commemorate Bruno Spengler’s 2012 DTM triumph, and the model has been officially unveiled during the 40 Years of M event, along with the M6 GranCoupe. The BMW M3 DTM Champion Edition is finished in matte black and it’s coming with the M stripes on the roof, with special decals on the rear windows, a Bruno Helmet design on door sills, carbon fiber trim, ZCP Competition Package which includes carbon fiber rear spoiler, gloss black air inlets on the hood, carbon fiber front splitters and black wheels. Production of the BMW M3 DTM Champion Edition will start at the end of this year and it will be limited to 54 units. Deliveries will begin in late January or early February, 2013.
Source: Bimmer Post