There are other tri coat paints, some use silver or gold base then translucent color then clear, some use a different base color like black with translucent cherry pearl then clear.
All are the same PITA to do and just as bad to repair. There are some really evil 2 stage pearlescents as well where a scratch can almost require painting the whole side or top of the car.
I did a Buick door the dealer had painted 6 times and gave up, it had to be stripped, primed and painted. Their body guy didn't use test panels, thankfully he didn't try to blend it and damage other panels.
I use these for spray outs as well as flat panels keeping notes on mixing, pressure and gun settings before painting the panel. Some of these paints are over $100 a pint plus pigment, reducer and activator. Mistakes are costly.https://www.paintwithpearl.com/shop-custom-paint/speed-shapes/
Look at the drop down menu on the right for examples of different paints.
Almost every manufacturer has a pearl in the lineup, if the color darkens, lightens or you can see different colors flash from it from different angles that's one of them.
Personally I stay with common colors that are not prone to fade, metallic is fine but I avoid pearls, reds, yellows and bronze colors. Dark maroon metallic is okay its not prone to fading and color changing like a guards red for example.