We all know that car manufacturers have some different special editions in various markets around the world. China and Japan are one of those markets who are getting lots of this treatment when speaking of special editions.

This time, BMW has decided to come up with two special versions of the 8 Series and X5 for the Japanese market.

The BMW 8 Series is named Frozen Black and will be available by the end of June. The car comes with a special black exterior color, and tailpipes, kidney grille, 20 inch light-alloy wheels and M Sport brake calipers all painted in black.

Inside the cabin, there are more black accessories: M Sport seats, BMW Individual Alcantara roof liner, Merino leather upholstery and piano black trim.

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The Frozen Black will be available for the 8 Series Coupe and 8 Series Gran Coupe and only 20 units will be made (5 for the two-door and 15 units for the four-door).

The BMW X5 special edition is called Pleasure Edition and it has some elements to increase comfort. Standard, the model has 21 inch wheels with adaptive air suspension, seven seats and the full package for the semi-autonomous system. Also, inside the cabin there is a heating system for the second row of seats, leather upholstery and ash grain wood trims inside the cabin. The X5 Pleasure Edition will be available in the xDrive30d version.