Choosing has become one of the things we have to do daily. We chose what to wear, what to eat, what to watch, the list is endless. Choosing the colour of your car is no different, it’s a decision that has to be made.
Choosing the colour of your car reflects taste and personal style. Here is a take on it:
Yellow is regarded as a safe colour for a car. It’s actually quite popular across the world, even though people are described as driving a lemon.
Black is regarded a cool car colour. People that drive black cars are executives mostly or their drivers. Its shows the sleek edges and bold features of a car. Consider black if you are part of the cool kids.
Red is the most popular colour, for obvious reasons. The colour red is sexy. You have to be bold and outgoing to drive a red car. It screams I’m a fast-living, fast-loving, fast-moving individual. It means that you’d be driving a Ferrari if your budget allowed for it.
White cars resemble cleanliness more than anything. “White cars look smart and cool in the same way an all-white outfit looks smart and cool”. If you are all about washing your car more often than not, then white is definitely the colour for you.
There aren’t quite so many green cars but they reflect a vibrant playful lifestyle. You are easy going and probably fun and flirty too. Great colour idea for a first car unless if your first car is a Bentley then that’s another story.
Silver cars are currently the most popular They say that you’re calm without being ostentatious, ambitious without being flashy, and that you’re only one car away from a Mercedes.
Purple cars are not so common and not as cool as the other colours but you will definitely make a statement, not too sure what statement though.
However, cars colours have evolved with the times you no longer get just red. Ford has some candy red and race red just to make it that more exciting, sea grey, copper pulse, cobalt blue, ingot silver, magnetic silver aluminium are some of the different variations you can choose from the list goes on and on. But don’t stress if you don’t know the new fancy names: if you ask for the red one, they’ll understand.