It seemed darker colors enhanced the the beautiful curves Peninfarina has created. What is the best color?
What color interior was opted in this one? Cuoio, tan?One of our customers ordered theirs in Bordeaux. When I placed the order I cringed. But after seeing the color on a 612...I am very anxious to see the car in the flesh. I think its going to be one of the very best colors for this car. This car will be the first one we get in and if anyone is interested, I will post photos of it on here. You can see photos of the bordeax 612 on Fchat.
Hope not Cuoio as it is too "orangy" and does not contrast/sit well with Bordeaux (which I guess -not having seen the palette- is close to the Rosso Bologna in the 3200 range). Tan was the "de facto" match with Rosso Bologna in the 3200 (or when ordered as "special paint" in the 4200s) and the "touch" would be Cuoio piping.What color interior was opted in this one? Cuoio, tan?
That could be a risky choice.
The color could be nice but i am finding out that unusual colors do not resell well.
Pictures always welcomed.
Thanks for the great detail in your explanation.
As I stated unusual colors have a limited shelf life. There has been a 360 spider in green with tan interior for sale in the San diego area for more than 2 years. The car is stunning in person, but it's a hard sell.
The Gran turismo is stunning in dark colors as the lines stand out better. Black is not dull as well as the grays. You ahve to see the car in person to understand best.
Color is a personal choice of course but if it's unusual to buyers it's hard to sell w/o a sunstantial loss.
If you spend $120K on a new model and the color combos are not right, it could be a kiss of death.
I am a very equity based person. So, I don't buy on emotion. I do buy to enjoy the purchase but I am also very concerned about the longterm value of the purchase.... In the end when you buy a car you do it primarly for your enjoyment, so the color combo has (ideally) to be what suits you best. It is your money..!
Let me assure you that for me it very much does. That's the essense of the "equity" term I mentioned.... In the "ideal" world, however, resale values do not enter the equation.
Never any tension for me. I don't but on emotion or with the "I have to have it" attitude. That specifically prevents any "tension" and ensures that Ihave made a very careful decision as to: #1) do I really need this, and 2). Is this a good place for me to invest my $....
So that's where the tension emerges: buying something you want vs its future resale, assuming, of course, you are at one of the people the tail of the distribution...