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Illustration: Porsche Taycan Forum

As humans, we have the exquisite ability to see a whole range of wonderful colors. Researchers have chalked healthy humans eyes up to being able to distinguish around a million. So why are most of our cars the same shade of sludge? If you wind up getting a Porsche Taycan and you don’t immediately paint it pink, you’re going to Taste Jail.

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The Porsche Taycan brochure, uploaded today in a thread on the Porsche Taycan Forum, shows all 17 colors the car will be offered in. Alongside Mamba Green Metallic, a personal favorite of mine, there’s also Frozen Blue Metallic, Crayon, Coffee Beige Metallic, Cherry Metallic—and Frozen Berry Metallic

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We haven’t yet seen a Taycan wear Frozen Berry in real life, but the Taycan forum has a few renderings for us. “While we wait for real-world pictures the Taycan in Frozen Berry Metallic, along with those other impressive Porsche Paint-To-Sample colors, our renderings below show how it could look,” the administrator notes.

They look real good! Especially with the black trim and the black wheels.

Illustration for article titled The Porsche Taycan Comes In Pink Oh My God
Illustration: Porsche Taycan Forum
Illustration for article titled The Porsche Taycan Comes In Pink Oh My God
Illustration: Porsche Taycan Forum

Who else offers a factory pink? I can’t think of any off the top of my head. This Frozen Berry looks like a metallic version of the pale pinks used in the ‘50s, found on cars with a lot of chrome, big fins and whitewall tires. It’s very, very nice.

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Good car for Wednesdays.

Writer at Jalopnik and consumer of many noodles.

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