A couple of weeks ago, the Mojo Motors Blog expressed great pleasure in knowing silver was no longer the most popular car color in America. We’re going to eat our words for this post because we’ve got to hand it to the color silver. The “Frozen Silver” paint job on the 2012 BMW M3 Competition Edition is pretty. Rare too. Only forty of these M3 Coupes will be released to commemorate forty years of BMW’s M motorsport division.
White was named the most popular car color in America beating out long-time favorite silver which has been the country’s most popular car color for the past ten years. It’s about time some fresh meat takes the crown from silver, but then again, the most exciting thing about white is when it makes an appearance on wheels. Refer to this Mustang Saleen and this Subaru WRX STi. White may be the most popular car color in America, but based on 117 responses from our Facebook fans, both red and black beat out America’s favorite by quite a majority. Even further down the list is silver, which was beaten out by the color blue in the fourth spot and green in the fifth-place spot.
For the complete results, check out the graph below: