Check out the two-tone paint process for the BMW 7 Series

If you’re looking for the most cutting-edge BMW model, go no farther than the 2023 7 Series. In addition to having automatic doors like a Rolls-Royce and a unique two-tone paint job like a Goodwood model, the 7 Series also looks like nothing else on the road. Remember that the G70 isn’t the first BMW to sport a two-tone paint job in recent memory. The M760i-based China special edition came out in Cashmere Silver metallic/Aventurine Red with a 25-car production run last year. However, this is the first time BMW has allowed anyone to place an order for a vehicle in two different colours.

BMW paid approximately €300 million to get Plant Dingolfing ready to construct the latest luxury limousine, the 7 Series. BMW spent some money setting up a unique printing technique for the two-tone painting. Bernd Gress, Head of Painted Body Technology at the Dingolfing Plant, further shared the new painting method.

The 51-year-old manages the pressing plant, body shop, and paint shop. Gress, a mechanical engineer with the BMW Group for 25 years, has held several managerial positions across the company’s global manufacturing network, notably in Munich, Hams Hall, and China.

Integrating the body components painted by machine and by hand in Dingolfing with painted mounted elements from our facility in Landshut to achieve a top-class appearance for the complete car was another difficulty, as shown with the Jeff Koons limited-edition BMW 8 Series. BMW offers a variety of two-tone colour schemes, including the stunning Cashmere Silver Metallic/Aventurine Red Metallic and the sporty Tanzanite Blue with black.

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