This most unique BMW Individual Java Green Metallic E92 M3 coupe has showed up at the BMW Niederlassung München dealership (and on their facebook page). It’s certainly one of the more unique BMW Individual colors we’ve seen yet and also features beautiful interior contrast stitching in matching green. How much you ask? EUR 102,450 and this car can be yours. This includes the Individual exterior paint (EUR 4,700), the contrast stitching (EUR 4,950) and a lot of other equipment like the ZCP package, M DCT and the M Drivers Package which includes a raised top speed of 280 kph.
Well folks, we’re all done here at the 2011 Geneva auto show and hope you enjoyed the coverage as much as we enjoyed sharing it with our community. Geneva is always an exciting show because of all shows, it’s arguably the largest in the world and always features an unrivaled number of exotics and tuning companies on display. Geneva is also traditionally one of the most important shows for BMW due to its proximity to BMW’s home market and prominence among the auto show circuit events.
This year again featured several debuts of BMW models, packages, and technologies, as well as plenty of aftermarket tuner models. As a show wrap-up, we’ve summarized our coverage below, enjoy!
More photos of the 6 series convertible Individual, including some detailed shots of the interior - the most impressive part of the 6-series Individual program.
Available for sale in the Summer of 2011 is a brand new package from BMW for the Z4, furthering its individual cred. The package first and formost comes with the stunning Mineral White metallic exterior color that M3 owners have been raving about for some time now, and will maintain its exclusivity by only being available on the Z4 as part of this package. Alternatively, people purchasing this package can also choose any other normally available exterior color for the Z4.
On the inside, the leather stiched seats come in a new color, Cohiba Brown with contrasting Lotus White seams. The rest of the interior it fit with black leather featuring seams in Umbra, Fineline Anthracite wood and sports seats as standard.
The car is being revealed to … CONTINUED
The F12 6-series Individual Program is making its public debut at the 2011 Geneva autoshow. On display in the BMW exhibit is a stunning Transite Blue Metallic 650i Individual equipped with Aluminum Satinated Trim, BMW Individual rear lettering, optional 20″ wheels. Its interior features piano black trim with full fine-grain leather merino leather seats, center console, door trim, and instrument paneling, in opal white color.
BMW has released images and some details on the BMW Individual program/options for the all new 2011 6-series convertible. See images and details inside.
BMW has posted a video describing the philosophy and idea behind the special limited edition 7-series inspired by Steinway & Sons.
As part of an exclusive new partnership, BMW will be supporting the international talent program of piano manufacturer Steinway & Sons. The BMW Individual 7 Series Composition inspired by Steinway & Sons will be presented in two perfectly coordinated color variants. Deliberately reminiscent of the piano keyboard, the colour schemes reflect the contrast between black and white. The exclusive appearance of these luxury saloons is characterised by top-quality craftsmanship and the use of exquisite materials. At the same time, the paint finish
BMW has announced the M-sport Package for the all new 2011 X3. Details:Carbon Black metallic paint finish (exclusive M-sport color)
19 inch M light-weight alloy wheels
Sports suspension tuning with stiffer dampers
M multifunction leather steering wheel and variable sports steering
M gear selection level with short throws
Gearshift paddles (with BMW xDrive35i w/ standard 8 speed auto)
Pearlpoint cloth-leather upholsterly
BMW Individual anthracite roof liner
M Sport package side skirts, wheel arches and front and rear apron skirts are painted in body color
Window surrounds and roof rails are in BMW Individual high-gloss Shadow Line.
Expected to be available from 2nd Quarter of 2011 (subject to change).