MADRID – It’s looking a little like the U.S. in the 1950s here, as auto makers try to pep up car sales with 2-tone paint jobs on key new models. SEAT SA is leading the movement with a bicolor version of its Toledo hatchback featuring an upper body painted in gray and lower panels in red. Only days after the Toledo is launched, Lancia SpA rolls out a similar version of its Ypsilon model, in this case with a red upper body and a soft pink lower section. Bicolor Toledo SEAT ...
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