Frozen Pure Grey VS Sparkling Copper Metallic for BMW X7

Many BMW fans were shocked to see that the LCI version of the X7 looks better than its predecessor. The X7 seems like the opposite of everything BMW stands for, and as such, it should be a horrible BMW. However, in actuality, it’s a top-tier three-row SUV. This meant that the product’s appearance was never commensurate with the high quality. With the LCI in place, it’s not perfect, but it looks much better than before. Fortunately, it also comes in a wide variety of vibrant hues. Frozen Pure Grey and Sparkling Copper Metallic are two additional great X7 colours.

Customers typically choose these kinds of colours. Manhattan Green X7s are not very common in the United States. Because American consumers don’t appear to have much of a creative streak, our automobiles are typically as bland as their tastes. And if you must go grey, at least make it a good grey, like Frozen Pure Grey.

The BMW X7 M60i shown above is painted in Frozen Pure Grey, but you can also get this sleek and sporty matte grey paint job on any other BMW X7. You can option it on the X7 xDrive40i, even without the M Sport package, and it’s a standard factory colour. It’s a $5,000 option, but it’s still part of the usual X7 range of colours. On the X7, this matte “Frozen” colour stands out among BMW’s other options.

As for the BMW X7 xDrive40i in these photographs, Sparkling Copper is a great shade, too. Though mostly grey, it glints with a coppery sheen. It’s a nice-looking metallic grey that gives off a copper shine in the proper light, which adds some individuality. It’s primarily grey in normal lighting, but when it catches the sun just so, it takes on a unique appearance. That would make ownership a bit more joyful.

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