BMW is showing off their most expensive paint which is available on select modelss and it's called Pure Metal Silver.
BMW is showing off their most expensive paint which is available on select models and it's called Pure Metal Silver.
BMW Individual introduced the Pure Metal Silver paint on a production model more than a year ago when the M5 facelift came out and it's one of the 230+ exterior colors offered across the range. What makes it stand out aside from the eye-catching brushed aluminum look is the price tag as opting for this hue will jack up the price by €8,000 ($10,000), thus making it the most expensive paint on offer from BMW.
It costs a lot more than other BMW Individual colors available as for example Frozen Bronze Metallic is $3,600 in United States and €3,600 in Germany. The special type of paint (color code: P13) can also be observed on the limited-run M6 Gran Coupe Launch Edition introduced in Canada in 2013 but it was actually inaugurated on the 2012 Zagato Roadster concept which never made it as a production model.