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      11-07-2007, 10:51 PM   #1
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What's blue-gray trim?

Does anyone have a pic?

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      11-08-2007, 12:15 PM   #2
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Where did you hear about it? I'm fairly sure it's not an option in the US; nor has it ever been. Maybe in Europe they offer it through the individual program, though.

Edit: googled BMW individual and now it's available here.
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Where did you hear about it? I'm fairly sure it's not an option in the US; nor has it ever been. Maybe in Europe they offer it through the individual program, though.

Edit: googled BMW individual and now it's available here.
What is? BMW Individual or the trim color?
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In the USA, BMW North America refer to the interior trim option 4MX, as Blue-Grey Brushed Aluminium ... perhaps suggesting its a bit different from brushed aluminium?

However, give the fact it has the same option code as every other teritory, I would imagine its just the same as normal brushed aluminium trim.
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What is? BMW Individual or the trim color?
Individual; it has something to do with just the 7 series for now I believe.
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It's on the options list. I'm just wondering if it's the same trim as in the M5.

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I don't see the blue-gray trim as an option on the M5...
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      11-12-2007, 11:51 PM   #8
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I don't see the blue-gray trim as an option on the M5...
Sorry, I meant that I was wondering if it was the same as the titanium on the M5
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