For the second year in a row, white is the No.1 color being worn by North American-built vehicles, coatings supplier DuPont Automotive says. The finding is part of DuPont’s 56th annual Automotive Color Popularity Report, which looks at trends for vehicles produced in a single model year. Some 16% of ’08 vehicles built in North America were white, DuPont says. Adding in cars and trucks wearing white-pearl paint finishes, which accounted for 4% of all vehicles produced, pushes white ...

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