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White might be the most popular new car color, but no, San Diego's roadways aren't completely full of white cars. Instead, Vimeo user Cy Kuckenbaker put together a time lapsed video that color coordinates all of the traffic on an average San Diego afternoon.

The traffic was captured along the city's State Route 163 over a four-minute span on October 1, and Kuckenbaker cut and reorganized the footage so that all of the traffic was traveling in groups of the same color. While it does manage to show some color trends for the area – lots of white and silver cars – it is just a fun video to watch. As a little bonus footage to this video, Kuckenbaker has also supplied the raw footage used to make the final product. Both videos are posted below.




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      thedriveatfive
      • 1 Year Ago
      Wow almost no green cars! makes me want my next car in gree.
      WHO
      • 1 Year Ago
      LOL. What a waste of tax payer money on garbage presented as "art".
        hboi18
        • 1 Year Ago
        @WHO
        I was trying to find a way to figure how you would think this has to do with tax payer money....then I just said never mind your just a 'Special" person
      • 1 Year Ago
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      Mchicha
      • 1 Year Ago
      Now that is a lot of imports. They need more domestic cars over there
        HollywoodF1
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Mchicha
        Correct. Keep it up, American car companies. You don't get the same benefit here in San Diego that you enjoy in the Midwest. We buy cars in a free-market sense-- by comparing everything that's for sale. We do not give the upper hand to a company because of birthright. I know-- buy American. They are getting better, and I now own my first American car-- a Ford. I hope American cars become the world standard again. But the "buy American" mentality almost killed the industry. The crap they produced (the Mustang 2? Really?) after the 60's should never have been given a market advantage by anyone. The industry was done no favors by this favoritism. It took a near-defeat of our auto industry to turn them around. The lesson-- buy American is a privilege, not a right for the car companies. You don't deserve my business, you earn it. That is-- if you believe in a market economy.
      Dark Gnat
      • 1 Year Ago
      This only proves how little color options are available today.