BMW Australia has released a new special version of the seventh-generation 3 Series sedan, with the sinister-looking 330i Icon Edition now in showrooms.
Based on the 330i ($77,900 plus on-road costs), the 330i Icon Edition is priced from $81,900 driveaway, with just 200 units available, split evenly between the two metallic paintwork options: Mineral White and Black Sapphire.
According to BMW Australia, the 330i Icon Edition adds more than $10,000 worth of value to the 330i, including an illuminated kidney grille, laser headlights, black 19-inch alloy wheels, carbon-fibre side-mirror caps, puddle lights, an M bootlid spoiler, high-gloss Shadow Line exterior trim, a sunroof, front seat heating, M seatbelts and ambient lighting.
Other standard equipment includes sports suspension with adaptive dampers, M Sport brakes, an M Sport body kit, keyless entry and start, a 10.25-inch touchscreen multimedia system, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, digital radio, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a head-up display, a wireless smartphone charger, power-adjustable front sports seats and black Vernasca leather upholstery.
For reference, range-wide pricing for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4 rival increased recently, with the entry-level 320i up $1000, while the 330i, 330e, M340i Pure and M340i all jumped by $2000 (see full pricing table below).