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Metallic - Black sapphire
Black is always a safe choice as it’s easy to keep clean and will be a popular choice on the used car market. Whether it suits the iX depends on your personal tastes, but we’d look at a few other no-cost colour options before committing.
Metallic - Blue ridge mountain
Like a breath of frosty morning air, metallic Blue ridge mountain looks rather fresh. It is a lighter hue, so will benefit from regular cleaning, but it really complements the sharp angles and creases of the iX.
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Metallic - Mineral white
If you prefer a more subdued colour, then Mineral white is a good option. The metallic flakes embedded in the paintwork add a bit of sparkle in bright sunlight, although you do tend to miss some of the finer bodywork detail with this colour.
Metallic - Oxide grey
Oxide grey has a light, slivery tinge to it which works well on the futuristic iX’s body panels. It helps highlight the darker bits of trim and doesn’t need larger wheels to look good. It needs a bit of TLC to look its best as the light hue will pick up dirt easily.
Metallic - Phytonic blue
This dark blue colour looks upmarket, and the metallic finish helps highlight the iX’s curves and creases in bright light. Darker colours are less fussy to keep clean, but swirl marks are easy to spot if you don’t wash them properly.
Metallic - Sophisto grey
Sophisto is the darker of the two grey colours on offer, with a subtle brown tinge that works very well on the iX. It shouldn’t be hard to keep clean, and it should find favour with used car buyers, too.
Solid - Alpine white
The only solid finish available for the iX, Alpine white is perhaps a bit too bland for a vehicle like this. You lose some of the finer detailing on the exterior which tends to exaggerate the size of the car. With so many more interesting no-cost colour options out there, we’d give this one a skip.
Individual metallic paint - Aventurine red
It may seem like an unlikely choice, but Aventurine red works well on the iX. It helps accentuate the black exterior detailing and the deep almost maroon hue gives the big SUV an upmarket feel.
Individual metallic paint - Storm Bay
Storm bay is a lighter grey colour with a metallic finish, but it still looks like a flatter, almost matte colour which isn’t a bad thing. The fact that it’s not a free option means it should be less common on the roads, which could also make it more desirable on the second-hand market.