Here’s some fun news: for those of you complaining that too many cars are boring shades of gray, beige, black and white, you could be onto something. It appears that cars with flashy, brazen colors depreciate more slowly than cars with drab ones, a new study finds.
Your legs feel frozen. A blinding light streaks across the sky, disappearing in dread over the horizon when BAM you wake up in a cold sweat. The thought almost falls from your lips: Yellow cars are actually good.
I’m pretty sure throwing a gallon of black paint into a gallon of yellow paint would just leave you with... two gallons of black. Not so with this removable coating stuff though– it turned into a pretty fantastic copper/brown/dirty gold I’ve never seen before.
The 2015 Ford F-150 will be available with no less than four distinctly different faces. There are also plenty of chrome, black, and body-color style options. Check 'em out and let us know which ones you like.
After writing about the Jeep Cherokee earlier today I started to wonder how it might look like in a few other colors. Using what little knowledge I have of Photoshop, I made the following colorized versions of Jeep’s new CUV in Trailhawk trim.
Are you near a window? Good. Is it near a road? Okay, great. Look out that window for me. If your're looking at most American roads or parking lots, chances are disappointingly good that the sea of cars you're observing, face smushed against the glass, is largely composed of neutral colors. Silvers, whites, greys,…
Caught in Oman, this Lexus LFA easily ranks as one of the sexiest cars ever to wear a shade of brown. The two LFAs traveling with it were not so sartorially fortunate.
Christian Pearce, illustrator extraordinaire, sees no limits when it comes to his hot rod art, proving that even the touchscreen-enabled Nintendo DS and the homebrew app, Colors can be a deadly combo for imaginative creation.
We took the ten official 2010 Chevrolet Camaro paint codes and splashed them across a few cars for your full Technicolor viewing pleasure.
According to a study carried out in Australia by the RAC Foundation, white cars are the least likely to be involved in accidents. Other light-colored vehicles also tended to be involved in less-severe crashes, while vehicles of a darker hue were 12% more likely to be caught in a wreck. Interestingly, silver was one…
Automakers just got an eyeful of the colors auto paint supplier PPG Industries know will be popular in 2009, and the verdict is in: "yellows and oranges will be richer and warmer; reds will glow in deep shades of cranberry and wine, and dark brown will make a comeback." Crap, and we were hoping Candy Apple Grey would…