Agreed, the red was the nicest surprise, and the Nimbus didn't look quite as silvery as some of the still images we've previously seen of the samples.The red I thought looked the best in that, but I was really surprised at how dramatic the green color shifts are. The Nimbus Grey looked more grey than silver, although you could see the metallic flake in it. That was indoors with the sun shining through a window?
I think it's the lighting coming through the window causing a bit of bronze tint.. the last fraction of a second you can see it looks more pure silver in the natural light.nimbus grey kinda looks a little goldish not silver , we need better samples or at least a NG car
This was why I asked about the video being shot indoors, with the sun shining through a window. Either the window has some tint on it, or it's later in the day when sunlight has that orange-ish gold color to it, or a bit of both. Some of the colors are going to really be subject to light color and angles. The blue didn't appear to shift much at all, even though we know it's a metallic paint. The red held pretty good too, with only getting a bit darker as it went into shadow. The dark gray was dramatic; shifting from gray to black, and quickly. The green was even more dramatic, shifting from bright through quite a range of shades to virtually black in the shadow. It looked like someone had cleaned the fingerprints off too, as that was the shiniest I'd seen that color sample look. The yellow behaved a lot like the blue; hardly shifting its color tone at all. I wish the person holding the disks had turned them over so we could see the convex side too, but at least they did something which is very helpful.nimbus grey kinda looks a little goldish not silver , we need better samples or at least a NG car