Discussion in 'F80 M3 Saloon / F82 M4 Coupe / F83 M4 Convertible (2014-present)' started by DeadEye, Jul 9, 2018.
I like it.
Looks like Santorini. Love the colour but BMW are getting silly with all these minor % changes in shades.
Yeah it does.
Shame they didn't put Icons on it...
Is it just me or is that price over inflated?
Very similar to Santorini.
Yep it is, it's got a few nice extras but with no CCB's it has to start with a 5 - Anything above that will be gone in 60 seconds....
Individual Paint tax.
I bet the carbon bits are £2.5k.
A shade or two darker than mine! Very similar though.
Not much in it with Santorini.
Personally don’t see the point in having 2 so close, have similar thoughts on Mexico and Porsche riveria just pick one.
seems confusing but then the majority of the bmw range has went that way why not confuse everyone further with colours.
That M3 will be very rare in that colour
Is it a metallic?
Even if, Santorini edges it for me.
What colour is yours?
Saw this car last week at the dealership and it is very blue and not metallic. Some very nice carbon parts on the car but big money at almost £70K!
Still King. And an original BMW colour from the 90's.
I don't get it. I can't imagine the BMW buying crowd insisting on a "colour just a shade darker than Santorini please. But barely noticeable." At least Melbourne and Japan/Electric red aren't only different shades, but different depths, too.
Having said all that, it does look nice.
Absolutely detest the alloys
It's all marketing driven - some focus group probably said it was nice