Hello and happy new year. I have returned from a multi-day meditation period—where I consumed nothing but mint tea and contemplated the energy of the galaxy—until I finally was able to center my thoughts around a singular Opinion: blue is the best color for cars.
For a lot of people who are car shopping, the color is often just as important as the features. Of course, you want a car that fits your aesthetic tastes, but how much more would you be willing to spend to get the right color on your next ride?
Last night, we wrote about the exciting-looking Opel GT concept. There’s a lot to like about this rebirth of the legendary model, but the biggest thing about the car isn’t the car itself; it’s what it’s wearing: a pair of vivid red tires.
I’m not exactly sure when it happened, but at some point in the world of auto design, we all just seemed to agree that the B-pillar was a shameful, dirty thing, and for modesty’s sake, we’d better paint them black and hope nobody sees them. Are there any holdouts?
Audi likes to present their cars in a very chic, slick, silver these days. This is a mistake. Audis look best in red.
Over the years car manufacturers have made some interesting choices when it came time to pick paint colors. Which choices were good and which choices were bad varies greatly on a person by person basis. This weekend we want to know which color is the worst to ever appear on a production vehicle. What is the worst car…
We took the ten official 2010 Chevrolet Camaro paint codes and splashed them across a few cars for your full Technicolor viewing pleasure.
Not all of us considered the blue-and-yellow of Jerry Seinfeld's Porsche 911 to be quite so bad, though that put us in the minority. We're also totally smitten with the grey and red velour of the 1971 Fiat 130 Coupe, but that may not be a commonly held taste. The snakeskin green + black + red of the 2008 Viper SRT10…
Canada's Windsor Star is reporting the next wave of Dodge Charger Daytonas will be available in two more colors from the retna-detaching palette used on Dodge muscle cars in the early 70s. Daytonas have been spotted at Ground Effects, the finishing firm charged with the last fittings of the limited-edition Daytonas,…