'02 330i 5-Speed
Thanks for the info, but I think the point still stands that a BMW color's rarity (not referring to the OP's car; just in general) increases the chances that it's an Individual-produced example. Like if I saw a Daytona Violet E31, I'd immediately wonder "Is that an Individual car?" Alpine White, not so much. And in my experience, on average, Individual cars pull more than their run-of-the-mill brethren.No. BMW INDIVIDUAL is made at their separate department at a premium. it will say BMW INDIVIDUAL on the car and it will have the paint done different too. obvious signs are clear coat under the hood.
you also have to prepay for an INDIVIDUAL car.
this car has standard color/interior options offered and packages from base 3 series sales brochure. anyone could have ordered it if they wanted to (Imola Red, manual with Alcantara interior actually would have cost less and as we know much more sought after).