And the BMW Individual program lets you explore every single one.
The BMW Individual program is something you only consider if you have more money than you know what to do with, and you want the world to know it. First introduced to the world back in 1991, the Individual program allowed customers to create truly bespoke versions of their favorite BMW cars. It took 15 years before the Individual program finally reached the USA in 2006, but since then it's given us some of the coolest one-of-a-kind BMWs in existence like this Frozen Red M6 Gran Coupe, or the M850i made with meteoric material. Numerous special edition models have even been crafted using Individual options, like the M5 Pure Metal Silver Limited Edition from 2016.
Now, the BMW Individual program has added the new 625 horsepower M8 to its repertoire, letting you spec your M8 Coupe or Convertible in just about any way you want, with 53,760 possible combinations on offer. Now available on the BMW Individual Visualizer, you can choose either the standard M8 or the M8 Competition Package in both body styles. From there, there's a choice of five 19- and 20-inch wheel styles with classics like BMW's star-spoke 813M in a burnished black finish.
The next part is tough, with 84 exterior paint colors to choose from, including 57 metallic options, 26 Uni paints, and one Frozen hue. The colors range from the ordinary Mineral White to classic BMW tones like Sakhir Orange II and Dakar Yellow, while on the more exclusive side, Frozen Black, vivid Verde Mantis, or unique Twilight Purple will definitely stand out from the crowd.
After you've chosen an exterior hue, there are eight bespoke interiors to choose from, each upholstered in full Merino leather. Choices here range from combinations of Black and Midrand Beige to Night Blue and Ivory White. Taruma Brown gives your interior a dash of dark chocolate appeal, and the Sakhir Orange and Black combination is bound to stand out. But our personal favorite is the Silverstone with Black accents combination, accompanied by a black leather steering wheel and black Alcantara headliner. Adding the finishing touch, four interior trims are available. There's no meteorite inlay option this time around, but piano black, gray-metallic ash wood, woven carbon-fiber, and black silver-effect ash wood are all classy choices for your uber-GT.
The only question is, with more than 53,000 ways to spec your ideal M8, how would you spec yours?