North Americans More Colorful Drivers Than Japanese, Europeans

North Americans are more likely to buy cars that aren't silver/gray/white/black than their counterparts in Europe and Japan, though the Japanese are more likely to own a car in the "other" color category, which we assume includes a lot of metallic atomic pink. In Europe, where the history comes from, the most popular color is black. We can't quite read the story, because we don't speak Hebrew, but the charts are in English and are quite instructive. (thanks Yoav)[Ynet]