US-spec cars will be pretty much as loaded as an M3 gets. That means everything we detailed in our initial report, including the Competition Package and all of the special touches, like that sweet Macao Blue throwback paint. BMW is also including the other three packages available on an M3: the Driver Assistance Plus Package (safety stuff like Active Blind Spot Detection, Active Driving Assistance, and side- and top-view cameras), the Executive Package (the head-up display, a heated steering wheel, a rearview camera, heated rear seats, parking sensors, and wireless device charging), and the LIghting Package (full-LED headlights, auto high-beams).
The cars will run $84,245 for a manual transmission or $87,145 for one with the dual-clutch, which amounts to just a little more than a maxed-out run-of-the-mill M3 sedan. They'll be available in dealers starting this August which is, like, now.