Production of the BMW 1 Series M Coupe is coming to an end and the Leipzig plant put together a grand finale for the emotional and fun 1M: a Java Green painted model. The production of the 1M will end in the next few days (U.S. production ended last Fall) and customers are taking ownership of their 1Ms.

The one-off Java Green BMW 1M was designed with the help from BMW Individual folks who also provided the trim finishes in black chrome, as well as the wheels from the M3 GTS, blacked out sporty alloy wheels. The project was dubbed “Green Mamba”, a title that not only alludes to the awesome color, but also to to the green mamba found in Africa.

The BMW 1M was originally going to be released as a limited production model of 2,700 units. However, due to overwhelming demand, the company lifted the cap and produced a total of 6309 cars until production ended in June 2012. The standard color palette for the 1M was also limited, with only Valencia Orange, Alpine White, and Black Sapphire being offered. One of them is this Java Green BMW 1M.

[Source: BimmerToday]