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I agree...black can be a bit oppressive..... (archive)

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Posted by Derin on March 10, 2001 at 20:34:23:

In Reply to: Re: Tan interiors seem much more common in the US? posted by B. Wheaton on March 10, 2001 at 19:24:55:

..it doesn't seem so in my M3 but in my M535i it seems worse. The carpets are a bit lighter in my M3. But in the M535i they're charcoal....

The most 'airey' is my 3.0CS you can see pics of the interior on my website. Navigate to 'Cars' and then '3.0CS'. The thumbnails enlarge if you click on them.

Derin
I prefer the tan to black because of the contrast between the seats, carpet and the rest of the darker items like the dash and center console. A black interior is too dull in my opinion. *shrug*


I've noted a lot of pics of cars in the US have tan interiors? Anyone know if this was genuinely a difference? All the cars I looked at before buying here in Europe had either grey cloth, grey half-leather, grey or black full leather.

Just interested

Derin





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