Rhodium Grey turns green when overcast, I thought it was just when covered in dew, but mine went a distinct green the other other day when I looked at it in Tesco's..... no it can't be that green, but no it was. Blue when the sun is out but the colour starts to change after that heading towards green.Leon said:'Tis Rhodium Grey with a shade of whatever the weather brings to confuse!
You're quite right, I don't know why I put Rho when I know its Ro. Must be getting confused with the chemical element which is not even grey. :roll:Montala said:Guys... please... there is no 'h' in Rodium... the correct colour is actually Rodium Grey... well according to SEAT's literature anyway!
(Takes off pedantic hat!!!)
It does indeed look very smart though, and I can't wait for mine to arrive... they should be building it next week!
Yeah nice colour choice, Leon; same as ours - and the plate sets it off wellSaggy said:
:shock: I hadn't seen thatmcderms said:Yeah nice colour choice, Leon; same as ours - and the plate sets it off wellSaggy said:
Mind you, I can see more than one meaning from that number choice, but I have a strange mind :shock:
Have fun with it; they're the dogs danglies ! :lol:
Gotta be careful with 7 in a number plate ! In fact, DVLA would not allow SN07 numbers to be issued in Scotland in 2007 as they thought it looked like 'SNOT' and would be offensive ! :lol: So, they would only issue TN07 plates and totally undermined the system where all Scottish registered cars were issued with numbers starting with an S !Saggy said::shock: I hadn't seen that
I do now lol