Paint-making rivals PPG Industries and DuPont Automotive agree that silver is the top vehicle color in the U.S. for the third-straight year. But what color will emerge to take its place is up for debate. Silver is the most popular car color. DuPont sees an increase in popularity in rich shades of medium-dark metallic gray. But growth of reds and other more vibrant colors hint at a major change in the automotive color palette down the road. PPG says that while silver will ...

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