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Old 11th December 2020, 19:42   #46
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Do the Arizona Blue and Urban Bronze Tata Hexa fit in here?
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Ritz Genus Limited Edition VXi/VDi Emerald Blue.

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I think this shade of yellow, probably one of the first in the Indian auto scene, was a factory ...
This was my first tryst with an unusual color on a car as well. Especially in a sea of white Ambys and Padminis in our town. However, I remember it being criticised more than being appreciated. One of my relatives used to identify the owner of one example as the guy with the s**t colored car

My entry to this list would be this purple shade of Tata Manza which IMO made an already ugly car look hideous.

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The orange (Sunset Orange??) shade of Honda Jazz when it was (re)launched in 2015.

Teambhp's official review (Honda Jazz : Official Review) was for a car with the same shade. I think this colour was then discontinued in a year or so.

I remember that when I had gone to the showroom, my Mom actually fancied that colour. Ultimately I went for the silver shade due to its easy maintenance and early delivery.

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The grand I10 in this Silky Beige color

You beat me to this! Easily one of the worst colours that I have come across in the recent years. I think Hyundai also had the same colour in the Creta as well.
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Hyundai Had this weird "Mushroom" color for Hyundai.
Saw few Grand i10 and Creta too in this shade.

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Most of the cars which I had in mind have already been shared before but the following line is something which my mom said after seeing this car in this shade for the first time :

"Lagta hai kisi ne paan thook diya hai poore gaadi pe!"(Looks like someone spat 'paan' on the entire car)

Now, whenever I see this car, I am reminded of this incident. :P

Behold, the Grand i10 Facelift in Flame Orange aka Gerua :


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To me, one of the several unusual car color is the green shade of first gen Ford figo.
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Lime green nano. Spotted this in 2012 around JP Nagar, Bangalore

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Audi A4 in Matador Red Metallic

BMW 2 series in Snapper rocks Blue metallic
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Must admit it's kinda sad to see nobody spoke about the greenish-silver "Chill Metallic" shade on the 1st gen Figo and EcoSport
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XUV 5oo Arctic Blue

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Hyundai Had this weird "Mushroom" color for Hyundai.
Saw few Grand i10 and Creta too in this shade.
Easily one of the worst colours I have seen in a car. I can't imagine what people see in buying this and why Hyundai continues this colour in various models!!!
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Aspire's moon dust silver looks unique!!
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Nice thread!

I personally feel that Mercedes tops this list when they started the “Crazy Colour” edition in the G Wagon. Such bold colours on an SUV that costs 2 crores and upwards, looks good though!

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Also, I don’t think orange is unusual anymore as in the last five years we have seen some car launches in orange itself such as: Tiago, Figo, Grand i10 etc. It actually became a trend for quite sometime, in fact Altroz was the one to break the monotony with another unusual colour.

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