Just about anything is possible.
There was a time when all you really needed to offer in a supercar or luxury limo were things like quilted leather, a smattering of aluminum and carbon fiber, and of course, loads of power. A few paint colors to choose from were specially selected by the manufacturer to highlight certain design elements, but you could never order something like a bright blue Rolls-Royce. Those days are long behind us now, and every premium manufacturer now allows just about any color combination its customers can imagine. The latest to do so is Hispano Suiza, which has introduced the Unique Tailormade program with 1,904 ways to customize the Carmen electric supercar.
Hispano Suiza says that it has applied the concept of "Hyperlux" or absolute luxury to its Carmen supercar, and as a result, no two of the 19-strong production run will be identical. Only five of these 19 cars will be the Boulogne version, arguably the best chance the Spanish supercar manufacturer has of taking on the Rimac C_Two. But while the company is focused on producing an exciting performer on the road, it realizes that even among such a small club, there are those who want to have a direct hand in the finest details of customizing their cars. As a result, customers are guided in a direction with a choice of three configuration lines (Elegance, Heritage, and Sport), after which the customer can refine their style of customization.
The car's paint options have largely been named after landmarks and brand milestones, with options like Peralada Green, Swiss Red, Xenia Gray, Birkigt White, Begur Blue, and others. You can also customize aspects like the front grille, wing mirrors, wheels, and air intakes, while on the interior you can fiddle with different finishes and colors for the steering wheel, dashboard, seats, and floor mats. All of these options add up to a possible 1,904 combinations, so although it is possible that someone may choose the same configuration as another buyer, it's highly unlikely. Let's just hope nobody repeats Michael Fux's, er, interesting spec.