“Power Green Metallic” BMW 120i Coupe

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We have seen all sort of “crazy” colors on BMWs, from matte Orange to Gold metallic and Ontario Gold, but today, we have something quite …

We have seen all sort of “crazy” colors on BMWs, from matte Orange to Gold metallic and Ontario Gold, but today, we have something quite unique.

During his visit in Leipzig, our own Benny over at BimmerToday, captured some photos of a “lime green” looking BMW 1 Series Coupe.

The color is actually called “Power Green” and it is featured on a 120i Coupe sitting a BMW center in Leipzig, and judging by the photos below, it doesn’t get flashier than that. Regardless of the “unique’ color, the overall look is not near as bad as one would expect, and certainly would appeal to some of us, more adventurous bimmer fans.

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The BMW 120i Coupe is an European only model and is powered by a 170-hp four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine. The car in question comes equipped with the M-Sport Package, giving the 120i Coupe an even more aggressive look.

As advertised, the Power Green 120i Coupe costs 38,970 euros, approximately $52,150, not a small amount for those of us used to the U.S. pricing.

14 responses to ““Power Green Metallic” BMW 120i Coupe”

  1. T. says:

    They are looking at such colors for the M. There is also a similar direction in Orange. There is a BMW high-up who has an Inka Orange 135i But it is one of a kind. BMW have refused similar offers from customers to have this color on their 1’s. Needless to say it is being looked at for the M.

    Did you make it to Leipzig?

  2. Chadwic says:

    I am not a big fan of colors like green or yellow on a car, but I have to say this car looks tasty! I also love the color they used on the M1 super car concept.

  3. Jordan says:

    looks surprisingly great! :)

  4. X7 says:

    i love the color green

  5. BMWM6 says:

    can this be ordered on all BMWs

  6. Doug says:

    It’s interesting. I’d like to see what they do with that orange. Or some kind of copper/rust color.

  7. Morten says:

    Fantastic. Reminds me of the great 70s colour Taiga Green.

  8. X5SoB says:

    This would look really cool on an M6.

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