In the pursuit of uniqueness, a vehicle was created that is out of this world: the BMW Individual M850i NIGHT SKY. The cornerstone for this unique project, which benefited from input of the Max Planck Institute, is the oldest iron meteorite in the world. The fusion of this extremely rare material and BMW Individual creates an unprecedented level of exclusivity. The two-tone exterior is a tribute to the “blue hour” – a phenomenon that appears in the sky at dusk with colours ranging from cyan blue and azure blue to night blue as well as black. Distinctive elements such as front spoiler, air breather, mirror caps, and disc brakes adopt the signature orthogonal shape of an iron meteorite, the so-called Widmanstätten structure. The unique piece is mounted on 20” BMW Individual light-alloy wheels in 730i V-spoke design. As soon as you open the door, the filigree backlit NIGHT SKY lettering on the door sill welcomes you, flanked by two mosaics created from the meteorite. In the interior, the centre console forms the nucleus of the vehicle design and engineering: the panels, the Start/Stop button, the iDrive and gear selector levers have been refined with a mosaic design and 600g of the rare meteorite material. This first use ever of BMW Individual full leather in three elegant colours and with a contrasting Widmanstätten structure marks a new standard in the upholstery trade. The truly extra-terrestrial meets the absolute extraordinary – redefining the limits of what is possible.