When it comes to picking a shade to best represent your vehicular product, sometimes silver or a black just won’t do.
There were some standout hues on vehicles displayed at the recent LA Auto Show, goodness knows which, if any of them, will make it your local showrooms.
Here are a few vehicles that not only had flair, but the paintwork to match.
2015 Ford Edge
If the name “Electric Spice” doesn’t grab your attention, then the actual colour itself will. You could label it as bright gold. But not a gaudy gold. Yes, it’s bright, and probably will repulse some crossover shoppers, but it doesn’t look half bad on the 2015 Ford Edge.
2015 Chevrolet Spark
Lime and Electric Blue are just some colours you will find on Chevrolet’s pint-sized cars. While they might not attract your gaze because of their size, they can certainly catch your eye because of their electrifying tones.
2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA
While you might not be able to option your new Mercedes-Benz GLA out with this paintwork, it’s pretty darn cool. Mr. Brainwash, an LA-based but world-renowned street artist, partnered with Mercedes-Benz to create a one-of-a-kind GLA crossover that toured eight cities. Aside from it being awesome, you can see that the paint literally got everywhere.
2015 Dodge Charger and Challenger
Don’t call me baby, even if it might be blue. The head-turning colour I’m referring to is the B5 Bly that was draped over Dodge’s two new models: the Challenger and Charger. You can see it from miles away, and whether you option it out on the sedan or coupe, you’re bound to get some attention. That’s if your HEMI isn’t doing its job!
2015 Nissan Juke
Love it or hate it, the Nissan Juke is here to stay. And rightfully so. If you can get past its quirky looks, it’s quite a fun vehicle to drive. But what would a Juke be without some exterior zest? For 2015, it is redesigned and offers a long list of standard tech features, more connectivity and importantly, a way to stand out in the crowd. With Nissan’s Color Studio, Juke owners can find nearly unlimited color personalization for their new ride.
Grey and orange, anyone?
Lexus LF-C2 Concept
It think the metallic sunbeam-like yellow speaks for itself, don’t you think?