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Example of Vesuvio Metallic Anthony Sozanski
Porsche Vesuvio Metallic is one of the more curious colors to be offered by Porsche. It's appearance is highly dependent on the lighting. In shadows, on a cloudy day or in other weak light situations, it's quite grey. In direct sunlight, there is a very strong purple cast to it. Vesuvio is one of a handful of colors that bridged the air-cooled to water-cooled era. It was available on both the 993 and the 996. It's named for the famous volcano that overlooks the city of Naples.
How Rare is Vesuvio Metallic?
We judge rarity of Vesuvio Metallic on a one to five scale, (in the purely subjective opinions of our editors).
Five paint cans indicate the rarest of the rare, the unicorn colors. One paint can is reserved for the most common colors. 2-4 are somewhere in between.
Other examples of Vesuvio Metallic across Porsche model range