In real life it is 100% better than the black. It is not only not bright, it gives the car a much more luxurious look/feel. If I couldn't find a brandy interior I might not have bought the car. The black is not only drab, but it makes the interior of an already small car look even smaller.I have not been able to locate a brandy interior color scheme in my area. I think my preference would be black since the brandy looks kind of bright on many web photos. For those that have it (or have seen it), how does it look in real life??? Thanks.
2017 Volt Premier, summit white/olympic white (white) with brandy and black leather interior here. The headliner is charcoal grey fabric.So I guess i didn't realize that. Is the headliner black with the brand interior but some other color (Grey?) with the black interior?
For 2017 it was available with Grey and Pepperdust as well. For 2016 I believe it was also available with Blue. What this really shows is that GM was determined to sell fewer cars by providing less desirable choices year over yearFor 2018 and premier trim, brandy interior is only available with iridescent pearl exterior. What about 2017? Anyone know?
I wonder if it's only showing that combination available on order because there was a black exterior/brandy interior 2018 near my house. You might be able to find an '18 with more brandy options out in the wild. I believe they discontinued the blue/brandy for '18.For 2018 and premier trim, brandy interior is only available with iridescent pearl exterior. What about 2017? Anyone know?