It seems that not only did US folks have to act fast in getting onto the exclusive 30-spot reservation list for the Frozen Gray M3, but they are now being required to sign a paint disclosure. Whether this is due to the sensitive nature of the matte finish paint or to avoid potential litigation from Frozen Gray M3 owners is not known.
The following recommendations are on the paint disclosure:
Never polish or wax the frozen gray paint as it could lead to a glossy surface.
If washing your frozen gray M3 in a automatic car wash choose a car wash that does not apply vehicle wax. Rinse the M3 with high pressure water to remove dirt … CONTINUED
BMWNA has just announced today the production of just 30 limited edition 2011 Frozen Gray M3 coupes for the U.S. At the heart of this special edition M3 is the matte-gray paint with metallic properties and the two-tone fox red / black leather interior. The equipment list is as extensive as it gets with the competition, premium, and technology packages all included included MSRP is $77,600.
With the upcoming BMW M1 becoming available in Frozen Gray Metallic exterior, the interest in this special color has surged. However, most of the photos we have seen have only been indoor or studio photos, so here’s a glimpse into how this stunning color looks outside in daylight.
Following the Competition Limited Edition M6, BMW also decided to offer another limited edition for the E9x M3 painted in Frozen Grey Metallic. Here are the first pictures of an E92 painted in said stunning color: