A good paint job can improve the aesthetic of a car. Some say the correct shade of red adds at least five horsepower. All I know is these are the best colors you can order today.
British sports cars deserve British Racing Green, right? Nope. That's just as big of a cliche as ordering a Ferrari in Rosso Corsa. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice color, but also pretty boring. Viridian Green adds a bit of mint to your Earl Grey.
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Under artificial light, it's dark gray full of sparkling metal. Take it for a spin, and it gets black. The best choice for GM's flagships.
Cadillac also knows how to do a good blue.
Gunship grey for German Autobahn destroyers.
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Still looking for something closer to British Racing Green? Chevrolet can help. Personally, I would go for their blue...
The Aventador was made to prove that white can be awesome, and not just if you live in a desert.
If you don't have $397,500, get yourself an Oxford White Focus ST.
It's just about crazy enough for a modern muscle car.
I know, I know, Papaya (McLaren) Orange all the way. You are right when it comes to an F1 GTR. The MP4 12C on the other hand is something new, and Volcano Orange suits it nicely. It's got tons of depth.
If you want more orange options, check out what BMW, Jeep or Jaguar has to offer.
Starts off orange and with 6 coats of red clear, it becomes awesome. Here's the whole process:
Still, give me an SRT Viper in any color and I will be a happy man. (I'm in Europe!)
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