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Bold Exterior Colors Make Chevy Models Stand Out

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2019 Sonic hatchback in Shock
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Ever look out across a parking lot and notice that almost every car is black, white, brown, or grey, and because your car is also one of those traditional hues, you’re having trouble finding it? Your car doesn’t have to blend into the background. If you want to make a bold statement and never have trouble locating your car in a parking lot or garage or just want other drivers of beige mobiles on the highway to take notice, get behind the wheel of one of these Chevy models, which offer wild color options.

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Not that the 2020 Chevy Camaro actually needs more reason to stand out, it’s still a fun touch to coat it in Shock.

“It looks vaguely like what a metallic highlighter pen might produce, so the name is nothing if not appropriate. On the Camaro, this shocking hue is a $395 option,” reports Popular Mechanics writer James Tate.

If a Camaro won’t accommodate your driving lifestyle, the bright hue is also an option for the Chevy Bolt and Chevy Sonic.

The 2019 Chevy Corvette’s Sebring Orange Tintcoat is slightly more subtle, but no less brilliant, than Shock.

“It is bright but not too bright and works very well with the Vette’s contrasting-color trim, particularly on the 755-hp ZR1 model,” notes Tate.

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If you prefer an SUV, you’ll want to consider the unexpected color of Sunlit Bronze Metallic, which is an option on the well-equipped 2019 Chevy Blazer.

“It looks a little out of place on the decidedly sporty looking, street-oriented SUV, but there’s no denying it is eye-catching,” Tate writes.

News Source:Popular Mechanics