If you don’t fancy the regular color palette that BMW offers on its new cars, then you could always turn to BMW Individual for your personalization needs.
Options include more than a hundred shades, and one of them is called Urban Green. Applied on a BMW M3 in this case, the color brings something very military with it, which is definitely an interesting addition to Munich’s high-po sedan.
BMW Individual’s mark can be seen on other parts of the car’s exterior, such as the satin black stripe that runs across the side sills, exposed carbon fiber trim and ‘M’ tri-color stripe on the roof. The BMW M3 sits on a set of dark-finished rims, with a 10-double-spoke design, though, the extra work appears to stop here.
Nevertheless, a single image of the interior reveals even more bare carbon fiber trim, applied onto different parts of the center console and gearshift lever. Unfortunately, this is the only glimpse into the cabin, but it appears that black leather has been used to cover the seats and other parts.
The twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six engine remains untouched, so it still makes 425hp (431PS / 317kW) and 406lb-ft (550Nm) of torque. If more power is your thing, then certain tuners can cover this aspect, as can the next generation, which is said to benefit from as much as 500hp.