Tesla’s deep blue shade looks to be on trendJeremy C. Owens/MarketWatchTesla Motors Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk introduces the Model X SUV last year. DMAMBMCMDMEMGZQZRZSZTZU
If one color expert is correct, we may all be getting the blues soon — at least on cars.
Jane Harrington, who has been a color pro at PPG Industries Inc. (PPG) for more than 30 years, is betting on blue as an emerging color option for cars in the next few years.
Harrington has noticed a lot more blue cars in recent auto-show “reveals,” or the showing of a car brand’s new model or a model’s overhaul. In past years, the cars showcased in the reveals were usually painted black, silver, or red.
Ford Motor Co. (XNYS:F) caused a furor in 2015 when it launched a lineup of sporty “performance” cars and a couple of cheaper cars in a color it called liquid blue — and caused some rambling online since the color was available only as a “concept color,” and not approved for production.
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