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Top 5 Hottest Colors for Cars

While looks aren’t everything, those 600 horses under your hood probably wouldn’t matter much if the exterior of your car looks like it just survived a hurricane. Many people simply see their vehicles as a means of transportation, but others view them as beautiful works of art. At Auto SuperShield, we connect with the later. Like with women, cars that have nice bodies are the ones that will turn heads–not those that have great inner qualities. If your ride means the world to you but it’s not getting the attention it deserves, give it a fresh new makeover with a luxury car wrap or a brand new paint job. If “showstopper” describes your style, get your car redone in the 5 hottest car colors below.

1) White

Ferrari California Coupe

Ferrari California Coupe

White tops our list as the hottest color for cars ’cause it’s just so fresh and clean. The reason why white works so well is that it can be used to create the most visually-appealing contrast between the main body of the car and smaller parts like the wheels, grill, or windows. One of the most eye-catching looks around is the all-white-with-black-accents look. Since white and black are on opposite side of the spectrum, the vast difference in color makes both stand out so much more. Black rims, black tinted-windows, a blacked-out grill, and blacked out front and rear air vents tops of one of the sexiest looks for today’s sports cars.

2) Black

If you prefer lurking in the shadows as opposed to walking down the Red Carpet, the stealthy ninja-car look is another super hot style rocked by automotive enthusiasts and celebrities alike. The black-on-black look is achieved by blacking out every inch on the vehicle until it appears as though only a shadow of the car is left standing in its place. Black is such a popular color because it says so many different things about the car and its driver. The blacked-out look is dangerous, secretive, and authoritative. It says that you want the attention but just enough to get noticed before you zip on by.

3) Dark Grey

Grey works really well for many Euro luxury cars. It gives a ride a touch of maturity combined with a hint of elegance and lots of cool. Some people see dark grey as taking it down a notch from black. Drivers who like the dark and mysterious look but don’t want to vanish into the night favor the grey body color. Its neutrality sits well with a lot of people because it isn’t too distracting but not too hidden either. Grey is somewhat of a compromise color–but there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. If there was, it wouldn’t be rocked by one out of every ten cars on the road.

4) Metallic Silver

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The metallic look has always been popular because it gives a car a futuristic quality. Silver is the most common out of all the metallic hues, and it can often be found on suped-up imports or showroom exotics. Metallic paints are expensive, but they provide a reflective look that just makes a car shine.

5) Blue

Blue is great because it stands out. One of the coolest blue shades is what we like to call “import blue.” This pearlescent bluish-purple color is mostly seen on hot imports like the WRX STI or Honda S2000 and is reserved for people who want maximum loudness. It’s usually chosen by individuals who want to be seen and heard on the road.

Where do I go to get one of the best car colors applied to my ride?

You can turn to Auto SuperShield to give your car the transformation of a lifetime. We specialize in luxury auto wraps, paint protection films, and other bodywork processes that make your vehicle an instant hit everywhere you go.

Wendy Feliu