According to BASF, neutral and blue may be the paint colors of the future. Fine, but it's St. Patrick's Day, so the 2019 Ford Mustang is getting a fresh new paint option, Need for Green. It's a nice, bright counter to the dark Highland Green paint on the upcoming 2019 Bullitt Mustang and would be just as comfortable gracing the bodywork of a Lamborghini as it is on Ford's pony car.
Life hacks are all the rage these days. Unfortunately, most of the tricks found across the web aren't actually very helpful. That's why on our "Car Hacks" video series we test every automotive life hack we can find and let you know if it's a stud or a dud. Hopefully we'll be able to give you some useful advice, or at the very least save you some wasted time. On this episode of "Car Hacks," Amr tries using toothpaste to remove scuffs from his car's paint. Will this hack be a cheap alternative to
BMW wasn't alone. Hopefully a trend is afoot.
Find out how to protect your paint with a coating and top it with a sealant on this episode of Autoblog Details.
On this Autoblog Details, learn the step-by-by process for compounding and polishing your paint.
On this episode of Autoblog Details, we'll be exploring the step-by-step process for properly washing your wheels and paint.
Look for metallics and matte finishes.
Ferrari is fond of red, yellow, white, or a color of your choice. Just not every color of your choice.
Ram, thinking of everything.
It works on any painted surface and will be offered first on R8 side blades.
It is nearly impossible to make a car as flashy as a Lamborghini even more so, but Miami-based artist Rich B Caliente seems to have done just that.
Nissan Leaf helps create world's largest glow-in-the-dark painting with its tires.
Like Ferrari, Oefner combines art, design and science in his creations. So he was a natural choice when the automaker began looking for a unique way to introduce the 2015 Ferrari California T to the world.
One of the most fascinating things about documentaries which examine the bizarre creatures populating our Earth's oceans is the concept of bioluminescence. Deep down in the drink, there are jellyfish and other creatures able to emit their own light – often in beautiful, strobing patterns. And now, it's apparently possible to give your car a very similar look thanks to an electroluminescent paint called LumiLor from Darkside Scientific.
Automakers make halo cars to drum up excitement and show off what they can do, but there's more to it than that. Advanced platforms allow a company's engineers to experiment with all sorts of technologies. And in the case of the upcoming new Acura NSX, that includes new paint processes.
Chemical giant BASF is getting mighty philosophical in its 2014 report Under the Radar, predicting the popular automotive colors of the 2018 model year. The company believes that the US is embracing "the unpretentious beauty of the 'flyover states," and the country is also returning to normalcy after the hard recessions. "Noting many political, societal and technological references, we realized that the 'flyover states' and the Rust Belt regions are becoming increasingly productive in our post-R