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Metallic - Black sapphire
Black sapphire is a very popular option, partly because it’s a no-cost colour and partly because it will help residual values when it comes time to sell. The metallic finish adds a bit of shine to the body work, and dirt is less obvious than on lighter colours.
Metallic - M Brooklyn grey
This is a lighter shade of grey which helps accentuate the lines and creases of the i4’s body panels. The metallic speckles in the paintwork add extra visual presence, making this a rather desirable no-cost option.
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Metallic - M Portimao Blue
Portimao blue is an eye-catching shade that looks sporty and sophisticated. It looks good even with a thin sheen of dirt and road grime thanks to its dark hue.
Metallic - Mineral white
White is one of the most popular choices, both with new and used car buyers. Mineral white adds a metallic finish which looks great, although you’ll need to clean it often as dirt and mud show up easily on this colour.
Metallic - Sanremo green
A bold and attention-grabbing colour, Sanremo green will definitely get you noticed in the car park. It won’t need constant cleaning to look good, but it could be a tough sell on the used car market.
Metallic - Sunset orange
This is one of the most extrovert colour choices available for the i4. It highlights the sporty nature of the car and looks best when combined with larger wheels. It won’t show up dirt easily, but is less popular with used car buyers than the more conservative whites and blacks.
Solid - Alpine white
The default choice for those not too fussed about paying for their paint colour. It won’t show up scratches too easily and will be a hit with used car buyers, but there are several more interesting no-cost colour options you can pick from, too.
Metallic - Skyscraper grey
It’s not very flashy, but Skyscraper grey gives the i4 a serious demeanour that works best when paired with the more aggressive body kits and larger wheels of the sportier trims. It won’t need constant cleaning and has a subtlety to it that should make it a popular used buy, too.
BMW Individual metallic paint - Aventurine red III
This is more of a deep and sophisticated hue than the bright cherry red colour you get on some cheaper alternatives. It suits the i4 well, and the metallic finish really shows off the car’s lines to good effect.
BMW Individual metallic paint - Dravit grey
Think of this colour as grey for the connoisseur. It’s dark yet has a dash of metallic sparkle and looks a step up from the less pricey Skyscraper grey. It shouldn’t harm residual values either.
BMW Individual metallic paint - Tanzanite blue
This is a bright and bold shade of blue that works well on the sportier trims. It should get you plenty of attention on the road, but it may not be quite so popular on the used car market.
Additional BMW individual frozen metallic paint - Frozen Portimao blue
BMW’s frozen metallic paint finishes look and feel special, and they should as you pay a sizeable premium over the regular metallic colours. The matte blue finish really accentuates the car’s sharp lines but can show up surface scratches more easily so be careful where you park.
Additional BMW individual frozen metallic paint - Frozen Pure grey
This is another sophisticated matte finished paint that gives the i4 a cool, almost futuristic look. It shouldn’t be too tough to keep clean thanks to its darker hue, but small scratches and scrapes show up rather easily.
BMW Individual paint special - Custom