Originally Posted by esquire
Quite possibly. Thanks for the links... I'll check them out!
EDIT - H2, Looks like your'e right about it being an "Edition" package interior. But regarding Ringmeister's car, it looks like Ringmesiter has contrast stitching like you mentioned, but not the wide contrast stripe on the top backrest, and lower legrest, which is yellow on the dakar coupe in this thread. In fact, Ringmeisters seat, don't even have the "indentation" (if you want to call it that), where the colored contrast stripe would go. Odd. Interestingly though, there was a car in THIS INDIVIDUAL COLOR THREAD, which had Individual Platinum Interior, Piano Black Trim on a Moonstone Metallic car, and the seats on that car did have the "indentation", though they were the same color as the rest of the seats. Now I'm more curious than ever
The standard seats available for the E90 and E92 M3 in the U.S. do not have that "indentation" on the seat thigh supports/lower leg rest. They do for M3s for just about every other place in the world (and for U.S. E93 M3s). The "Edition" M3s have that indentation (and the one on the top backrest) in a contrasting color. The M3 you pointed out was a regular Individual M3 in Australia, which by default would have the indentation. You can replace the leather thigh support covers with the "euro" cover that has the "indentation" as "Technic" has done.