We love Individual paint colors. When buying a car as expensive as the 7 Series, why not opt for an Individual paint color, something unique and rare, for just a few extra bucks at that point? Which is why we really like this BMW 750Li M Sport featured in a new video from AutoTopNL.

The BMW 750Li isn’t really anything new at this point. It has a 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8 that makes 445 hp (which seems painfully weak compared to Bavaria’s other blown-V8s nowadays) and can sprint from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds, according to BMW. But do not mistake it as a sport car because it isn’t, no matter what its M Sport package might indicate. The BMW 750Li is a luxury car through and through.

That doesn’t mean it can’t be exciting though. Painted in Metropolitan Blue, this specific BMW 750Li looks great, especially with its M Sport package, which brings a sportier front bumper with larger air intakes and nicer wheels. Metropolitan Blue is actually a Rolls Royce color and was/is available on the Phantom VII, Ghost and Wraith. I guess it’s also available on the new Phantom as well, as, realistically, every color is available on every Rolls. Not every automotive color. Every. Single. Color. Still, it was originally seen on a Rolls Royce and it looks good, here on the big 7er.

In this video, we get a POV look of the car and its interior. Most importantly, though, we get to see what it’s like to ride in the back seat of the 7 Series, with its footrests, tray tables and touchscreen tablet controller. It’s all very luxurious, very high-tech and very interesting. It might not be as flashy as some of its other competitors but it’s still a lovely place to spend some time and its luxury is the real deal.

That color, though. If you’re going to spend six figures on a car, why not get it in an awesome, unique color like this?