So I sold this around 10 months ago. Mostly because they are depreciating like crazy, but also because the engines are ticking time bombs, and I don't want to be in a position where I might have to shell out $7000-9000 for a new engine - because it's Norway; stuff is expensive, and these cars don't get thrown at you like they do everywhere else. There's basically none of them around, and certainly no used parts or engines...
I ended up buying a equally unreliable but a lot cheaper car - a 2009 BMW E92 320D, the one with the N47 2.0 diesel engine, the one with the timing chain issues. BUT this one is low mileage, only 94.000KM, so I'm probably good for at least 50.000-100.000KM before the timing chain/fasteners goes poof.
But putting that aside, it is actually the most comfortable, economical and fuel friendly car I have owned. Guessing that says a lot about the cars I have driven.
This is how it looked when I bought it in february
I then wrapped it in 3M 2080 Gloss Wicked, which is a metallic black/purple with some red/green/blue flakes in it.
Worst decision ever. You can only see the color from the right angle during full on sunny weather, and it's rarely sunny in Trondheim/Norway where I live. The rest of the time it just looks like a black/gray shitty paintjob with lots of orange peel.
I'll do a different wrap next season since I absolutely hate this one. Full M-Sport bumpers, "CSL-Look" trunk, aftermarket wheels and a lowered suspension is also on the list.
I played around with 3M GP278/Flip Deep Space for the interior bits. Im leaning a lot towards doing a color shifting wrap on the whole car next time, but the material is a bit too expensive for what you get. You don't really have a lot of longevity in vinyl, especially not in the climate I live in.