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- Sep 11, 2020
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- Taycan Turbo S (due Dec), Porsche GT3, Land Rover Discovery, VW Transporter T6, Mini Cooper (Classic)
Thanks for your very honest view. I am past the build freeze date and have yet to see a Coffee Beige car in person but I do admit to feeling very nervous.To be honest, i have mixed feelings about it. At first I thought it might be a bit too creamy, however outdoors it looks more of a beige crayon than coffee.
And, the reactions have been strictly positive! Everyone seems to see a different tint of “something” in it which makes it a talking point. So far though, literally everyone has loved the color and thought it “stands out from the crowd”, which is somewhat calming to hear.
Would I pick it again? I’m not sure, the only alternative for me would have been crayon or white (to get the black details to pop), but neither of those are to me as special as coffee beige.
There’s so much to love about the car, and the uniqueness of the color just adds to the 10/10 experience.
I switched between Crayon and Cherry, then for some reason flipped to Coffee Beige almost at the last minute based on the paint sample I saw at the dealers and strangely on his strong recommendation that it would make the car ‘stand out’ just as you have said.
In truth the images make it look far more Beige/Cream than I would like but my children love it!
Oh well it is what it is as they say. I get my car early Dec so not long to wait.