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The sixth generation 3 series, chassis code F30. 2013 model year 328i and 335i sedans now in production. Read the F30 frequently asked question thread for all your basic question and dive into all the details in the ultimate F30 information thread.

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Old 10-31-2012, 02:09 AM
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Actually, it seems like I forgot to type or edited out by mistake the word "not" in this:
That beige in the not-quite-pure-blue Estoril does NOT look like a good combo. In certain photos, the blue has a slightly pastel feel to it and a lavenderish hue, while the beige is more of a butterscotch beige that seems to clash a little with this unusual blue. Of course, I would need to see it in person to make a final judgement.

Btwy, one unfortunate side effect of a color that stands out is that it also stands out to the cops.

Finally, what is the difference between veneto beige and venetian beige?
in showrooms with flourescent lights, estoril blue can look a little purpley / lavender from what i've seen. seems to look better in natural light , or when its a little darker out and just street lights are on.

also i have seen an estoril blue f30 in a show room with blacked out rims, blacked out grill, BEIGE interior with brown wood trim. it looks basically terrible. the beige is a little darkish for a car, and well with the brown wood vs estoril blue looking totally weird when estoril blue is looking lavendar (so yeah in certain lighting that combo will look terribad). kind of amazes me actually that you can order beige interior with estoril blue, but not the gray interior which seems like it'd make a lot more sense.

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