The paint job on a vehicle can say a lot about the driver. While a vibrant tone such as lime green is a clear “the road is mine, watch out” statement color, a shade like beige tends to relay the message that the driver is in bed by seven.
If you fall into the former group of extroverts who enjoy expressing their personality via paint jobs, then you’re in for a treat. The year 2020 has brought some wild and crazy colors to the car paint catalog; take a look.
Bikini Metallic On A Jeep Renegade IS Stylish And Unique
If there is one color in Jeep’s catalog that we personally wouldn’t get tired of quickly, it’s the deep Bikini Metallic teal on the Jeep Renegade. It’s not as loud as the other vibrant colors, such as the Gladiator’s Punk’n Metallic, but unique enough to be a serious”cool car” contender.
The Trailhawk model of the Renegade is up there with Wrangler’s off-roading capabilities. With all-terrain tires, skid-plates, and a two-speed transfer case, any driver behind the wheel of this Jeep would be the talk of the mountain.
Austin Yellow Metallic On A BMW M4 Is The Epitome Of Go Big
If you’re in the market for a yellow car, we recommend you either go big or go home. That means you need to set your eyes on this Austin Yellow Metallic BMW M4. The color is sleek, vibrant, and loud enough to tell everyone else on the road that you’re not messing around.
Rumor has it that the 2021 model will have a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six-cylinder engine with 473 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque.
Rolls-Royce Pastel Collection For A Softer Touch
Rolls-Royce is known to paint a customer’s car any color of his or her choosing. But when a palate of pastel colors is an option, why stray? The Rolls-Royce Pastel Collection was introduced in 2019 and has been available ever since.
The collection includes three colors: yellow Wraith coupe, aquamarine Ghost saloon, and a coral Dawn convertible, as pictured above. The calming colors, along with the car’s notorious smooth and quiet ride, makes any trip down the coast that much better.
Break The Mold With A Sea Blue Metallic Mercedes-Benz G-class
We know, a Mercedes-Benz G-class is bound to have people turning their heads no matter what color it’s painted. Typically, this model is seen in a bland black or silver, so why not be the person to break the mold and splurge on this beautiful Sea Blue Metallic shade?
And while you’re at it, why not make it the AMG-badged G63. This model will have you going from zero to 60 in 3.9 seconds, leaving a blur of this unique color in other drivers’ wakes.
Sleek Blush Pearl For An Aston Martin Is A Must
Who wants a “Pink Cadillac” when a Blush Pearl Aston Martin is available? Sorry Bruce Springsteen, but apart from the 31 standard colors offered by Aston Martin, its Q Branch offers another 23, including this sleek blush, which is one of the more unique colors on this list.
Made for long-distant comfort, the 2020 Aston Martin has a distinct design that is ready for any customization. Just hop in, roll the top down, and get ready to be the envy of everyone on the road.
Indie Yellow Pearl On An Acura NSX Makes Every Day A Race
Honda brought back its infamous Indy Yellow Pearl to the Acura NSX. Originally, this shade was only offered to the first-generation NSX, called Spa Yellow, at the time. Then, between 1997 and 2003, roughly one-fifth of the NSX model rocked this yellow paint.
Now, the Japanese automaker hopes the color will regain popularity. And how could it not? With a sleek design and a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine with 573 horsepower and 476 lb-ft of torque, Indie Yellow Pearl will make every day feel like a race.
Lizard Green On A Porsche 911 GT3 RS Is A Statement
If you’re looking for a statement car, then look no further than this Porsche 911 GT3 RS in Lizard Green. This has to be the wildest color on this list and considering all of the options, that’s saying something.
While the 911 model had recently been redesigned, it is still all about thrilling the driver with its powerful Turbo and Turbo S options, upping the ante with 640 horsepower and a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six engine located in the rear.
Toyota 86 In A Solid Shade Of Hakone Green
Dark green is a common color on the road, but nothing stands out quite like the Hakone Green on the Toyota 86 Hakone Edition. The vibrant color paired with the stunning bronze finish on the 17-inch alloys and tan and black interior make this car’s aesthetic superior.
And while the 86 model isn’t “made for speed,” the 2.0-liter flat four-cylinder engine is reliable, with intuitive steering and consistent breaking for safe driving.
Miami Blue Brings A New Look To The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Is there anything more calming than this pristine Miami Blue on a Porsche 911, Macan, or 718 (pictured)? It’s unique, sleek, and is sure to have people leaving their jaws on the floor of their mundane-colored cars as you drive by.
The good news about this particular shade is that it is easier to come across than say the more popular Mexico Blue. But that doesn’t make the 718 any less noteworthy with its 4.0-liter flat-six that produces 414 horsepower and 309 lb-ft of torque.
Dodge Is Bringing Back Sublime To The Charger And Challenger
This muscle car has never looked better than in this Sublime color. Dodge first introduced this vibrant Sublime green in 1970. Then, after a bit of a hiatus, they brought it back in 2007 for a few special editions.
Now, it is a permanent color in the catalog for both the Charger and the Challenger models. So, if you’re looking to go all out and show off a 707-horsepower Hellcat with a supercharged V8, Sublime is the color for you’ve been looking for.
Lantana Purple Gives The McLaren 600LT Spider Some Edge
McLaren is known for its vibrant orange paint jobs; it’s kind of their signature color. The automaker has no fewer than four shades available. But the color that has caught the eyes of car lovers is the vibrant Lantana purple.
The British-built McLaren 600LT Spider is not for the faint of heart, though. Built for speed and racing, the Spider car doesn’t pack on extra weight with frills such as air conditioning and a radio.
Punk’n Metallic On The Jeep Gladiator…Enough Said
When it comes to Jeeps, the cooler the color, the better, especially if the Jeep Gladiator is involved. We’re going to go on record and say that the name of this orange shade is spot on with the jeep-truck hybrid-style of the car: Punk’n Metallic.
This Jeep is off-road ready, having a door and roof-less capabilities to get the ultimate experience. Not to mention its ability to haul more than a wrangler, so you’re set for any outdoor activities that may come your way.
Need For Green On The Ford Mustang = Need For Speed
Ford has many colors in its catalog for their ever-popular GT Mustang. But nothing is jumping off the road quite like their vibrant Need for Green. Not only does the shade make this muscle car look like a mean green driving machine, but it offers a more in-your-face challenge than the darker hues.
Whether you go for the V-8-powered GT or the turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost, the GT is a fun performance vehicle that is a bit roomier than your standard muscle car.
Audi Q8’s Dragon Orange Metallic Is The Earth Tone You’ve Been Waiting For
Like dark green, orange is another common color on the road nowadays. But the Dragon Orange Metallic on the Audi Q8 is arguably the best shade. The Earth tone isn’t too vibrant and gives off major “mountain adventure” vibes.
One of the perks of the Q8 is that it is the perfect mix of luxury and athleticism, allowing enthusiasts to get their car fix while being able to take them places other than a highway.
Stand Out In This Audi TT RS In Kyalami Green
If you’re looking to stand out on the road, making sure everyone around you knows you’re coming, then look no further than the lime Kyalami Green on the Audi TT RS. This color screams “need for speed” and is the perfect choice for any race lover.
This chunky sports car packs a punch with its turbo five-cylinder engine and fast acceleration. With 394 horsepower under the hood, just revving the engine of this Kyalami green car will give you goosebumps.
The Color Shock On A Chevrolet Camaro Is…Shocking
If you want people to know you’re in the market for a Chevrolet Camero, Sonic, or Bolt, consider the paint color Shock. Not only does the lemon-lime color compliment the black racing stripes, but it is sure to have people eyeing you on the road — and not in a “you’re driving too fast” sort of way.
On the Camero, this color runs for $395, but it is totally worth it. With its high-performance 1LE package, this car is meant for people who love to drive.
Antigua Blue Is A Beautifully Loud Color On The Audi E-Tron
What better color than this gorgeous Antigua Blue for Audi’s first-ever electronic car? While the shade is actually pretty muted and almost pastel in appearance, it brightens in the sunlight, just as Antigua’s crystal-clear waters.
The Audi e-tron is silent, comfortable, and will bring all the luxury of a tropical vacation, as the color suggests. While this electronic car isn’t as innovative as say, a Tesla, the two-row crossover, and a 4,000-pound towing capacity are capabilities many SUV lovers trust.
Sunset Orange Metallic On The BMW M2, 8-Series, Is A Stunner
While the color of this BMW M2 8-series is technically orange, it is very unique. The Sunset Orange Metallic is almost rust-colored but glows when the sun hits it just right. For the price of this BMW, you’re getting style and aesthetics while keeping the impressive power.
Even though the two-door coupe doesn’t leave much room for back passengers, it is more than enough to satisfy with its comfort, refinement, and outrageous trunk space!
Madagascar Orange Is New And Different On A Jaguar F-type
Jaguar hopped on the orange train in 2020, introducing the bright Madagascar Orange to its paint catalog. While many don’t choose a stand-out color when purchasing a Jag, we have to admit that the Madagascar shade looks amazing on the low-slung F-type.
This sports car might have a snug cabin, but it packs a punch with its supercharged engines. Of course, if speed isn’t your cup of tea, a four-cylinder version is available at a lower cost.
Army Green Is Necessary On A Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro
For their TRD Pro truck and SUV models, each year, Toyota comes out with a new color. In 2020, it so happened to be this amazing Army Green. Interestingly, the green tone amps up the Tacoma’s off-roading capabilities while leaving a solid amount of curb appeal for those who just want to utilize the pick-up for non-outdoor adventures.
If you’re interested in the car, experts recommend the V-6 engine over the base four-cylinder because of the performance and towing muscle you’re most likely purchasing the truck for.