Have you been thinking of getting a BMW M3 (F80) sedan, but are not satisfied with the standard colours you can get it in? Well, BMW Individual can give in to your every whim, and you can have whatever colour you wish for. Just like this M3 finished in a unique Java Green finish. It is nothing like what you would imagine on that car huh? But this shade is not just limited to that model; it can also be applied to models like the M4 Coupe, M6 Gran Coupe, the 7 series, and some others.
The company gets the name "Java Green" from unripe coffee beans, and the shade helps the compact sedan stand out more. Since a standard M3 looks a little plain, it had been given a number of eye-catching M Performance components from the front fascia to the rear end of the car. The M3 now comes with a prominent front splitter that makes it look more aggressive, and the black side skirts now get an "M Performance" lettering. The newest thing in the back would be the carbon fiber wing that is seamlessly attached to the trunk lid.
Moreover, this M3 has been given an updated exhaust system from the M Performance pack, giving it a louder roar. The 20-inch forged alloy wheels with a star spoke design is now paired with carbon ceramic brakes and gold calipers from the Competition Package. As for performance, the car can produce as much as 444 horsepower instead of just 425 horsepower from before.
This particular model may actually be one of the most expensive ones of the F80 generation. But if you want to opt for something even more unique, there will be a CS version that's going to be out sometime in 2018 but it will also cost more. This version will have even more power, producing as much as 460 horsepower plus it includes a couple more extra goodies for the limited run special edition model, which will act as the last model for the current 3 Series. But don't expect to see another M3 anytime soon, as the next one may not come out until 2020. Though there is a G20-gen model that is scheduled for a late 2018 or early 2019 launch.
What do you think of the Java Green finish on the M3? Is it cool or do you think it is a bit too loud? Would you spend some extra cash to get the special shade of green or would you rather opt for the standard colours available?