The most expensive BMW paint – BMW Individual Pure Metal Silver

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BMW Individual Pure Metal Silver is the most expensive paint from BMW. The color was first shown on the BMW M5 Facelift. It looks amazing, …

BMW Individual Pure Metal Silver is the most expensive paint from BMW. The color was first shown on the BMW M5 Facelift. It looks amazing, has a chrome-like finish and extraordinary brilliance.

In this clip you can see the intensive craftsmanship it takes to produce a “Pure Metal Silver car”.

In the U.S., customers can pick a color from the BMW Individual Catalog at $1950 from those offered for a particular model. Additionally, customers can pick any other Individual color for $5000, but that’s subject to approval by BMW.

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8 responses to “The most expensive BMW paint – BMW Individual Pure Metal Silver”

  1. Stephan735i says:

    Cool color, we have an M550D in Sweden in that color. Just one thing M5 wasn’t the first with Pure Metal Silber. There is an Russian 760 LI F02 LCI built August 2012 painted in Pure Metal Silber and I doubt it was the very first.

  2. andys120 says:

    A Silver BMW, what’s so “amazing” about that? Looks like Bimmers I see every day.

    • Mykeljon says:

      If you had actually watched and paid attention to the video, you would not be asking that question. Maybe you have a crap computer monitor and can’t see the difference. Maybe you are just a troll. Maybe you are just in a bad mood. Maybe you are unaware of the fact that any photograph is very different from seeing something in real life. I am quite certain that if you saw this car beside any ordinary silver car, you would see a huge difference.

  3. jason bourne says:

    BMW seems to be spending an inordinate amount of time with paint instead of more important issues.

  4. wanerr says:

    why not use directly polished stainless steel? no paint! how to make a paint look like there is not….

  5. wanerr says:

    why not use directly polished stainless steel? no paint! how to make a paint look like there is not….

  6. wanerr says:

    why not use directly polished stainless steel? no paint! how to make a paint look like there is not….

  7. […] Gran Coupe Pearl Edition. The rare, extremely elegant and luxurious four-door coupe comes with the Pure Metal Silver, the highly-exclusive paint which costs $10,300 in the U.S. and 8,000 euros in Germany. BMW says […]

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