TROY, MI – The revitalization and enhancement of existing automotive colors, along with the development of new coating technologies, will be essential for the next generation of vehicles appearing in the '08-'09 model years, say color stylists at automotive paint supplier PPG Industries Inc. “Color preference has been in neutral mode for so long that we're now starting to see a push for more colors to emerge and for technology to put a new twist on classic shades,” says Lorene C. ...

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