BMW M3 Frozen Black Edition

Joining the ranks of other luxury cars to see recent colorless conversions is the BMW M3 Frozen Black Edition ($80,000). Boasting the full power of a normal M3 — complete with competition, premium, and convenience packages — the Frozen Black features a four liter V8 good for 414 hp and a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds thanks to the M DCT dual-clutch transmission, matte black exterior paint, black M3 GTS wheels, red brake calipers, black Novillo leather seats with red contrast stitching, heated seats, a premium sound system, and the exclusivity that comes from being one of only 20 examples ever made.

  • 2012 Hyundai Veloster

    When is a coupe not a coupe? When it's got three doors. The all-new 2012 Hyundai Veloster ($TBA) is indeed a three-door coupe, packing a third door on the rear passenger side, as well as features like a 1.6L in-line four cylinder engine good for 138 hp and fuel efficiency of roughly 40 mpg, your choice of six-speed manual or dual-clutch transmissions, a standard seven-inch touchscreen with Pandora, video playback, video game connectivity, and Bluetooth, LED position lights, a McPherson strut front suspension for excellent handling, and either 17- or 18-inch wheels.

  • 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

    Have you been lusting after Chevy's reborn Mustang-killer but have your heart set on a drop-top? Meet the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible ($30,000 and up). Significantly reinforced to retain torsional stiffness -- more than the BMW 3-Series convertible, we might add -- this Cammy features a power-folding top made from thick, durable canvas with an acoustical headliner to keep things quiet when it's up, with a 312 hp V6 engine in the standard model or a 426 hp, 6.2L v8 in the SS model, either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, and a wind-beating sound system with a dedicated sub located in the trunk. Expect to see a lot of these on the road next summer.

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