Hyundai Paint Colours
When it comes to choosing your next car, there are many considerations to make, from the engine size, to the number of seats, but what about the colour of the paint? It might seem like insignificant details to some, whereas to others, it may be one of the first considerations.
Why does car paint colour matter
Believe it or not, paint colour can have an effect on you as a car owner. For example, darker coloured cars such as Black or Navy Blue hold heat, so if you leave your car in the sun, you may notice dark cars are warmer and take longer to cool down. This means you need to utilise your air conditioning system more often which in turn, will use more fuel.
Conversely, lighter coloured cars such as White or Grey tend to show up dirt much more than other colours, so you may find you have to wash your car more often which can become a hindrance.
Lastly, paint colour and finish can have different value when it comes to part exchanging your vehicle for a newer model. Solid paints are the most common across standard vehicles, but there’s also matte, pearlescent and metallic finishes available which are rarer as they cost more during the initial order.
Types of car paint
Solid Paint: Solid paint is the most common and least expensive paint, as well as being the easiest to repair in the event of any scratches occurring. These solid paint colours are often the standard colour schemes such as Black, Red and White.
Metallic Paint: Metallic paint provides a slight shimmer when the light hits the paintwork and also helps to cover up light scratches.
Metallic paint colours are often more vibrant but harder to replicate in the event that you do need to cover up a deeper scratch.
Pearlescent Paint: Pearlescent paint not only reflects, but refracts light making it look different from certain angles thanks to crystals instead of powder.
Similar to metallic paint, pearlescent is hard to match so can be difficult covering up deep scratches.
2022 Hyundai Colour Options
i10: Aqua Turquoise Metallic, Elemental Brass Metallic, Dragon Red Pearl, Phantom Black Pearl, Polar White, Sleek Silver Metallic, Aurora Grey Pearl, Intense Blue Pearl and Mangrove Green Pearl.
i20: Aqua Turquoise Metallic, Elemental Brass Metallic, Dragon Red Pearl, Phantom Black Pearl, Polar White, Sleek Silver Metallic, Aurora Grey Pearl, Intense Blue Pearl and Mangrove Green Pearl.
Hyundai i20n: Performance Blue, Dragon Red, Sleek Silver, Phantom Black, Polar White, Brass and Intense Blue.
Bayon: Aqua Turquoise Metallic, Aurora Grey Pearl, Dragon Red Pearl, Intense Blue Pearl, Polar White, Elemental Brass Metallic, Sleek Silver Metallic and Mangrove Green Pearl.
Hyundai i30: Engine Red Solid, Shadow Grey (N Line), Dark Knight Pearl, Silky Bronze Metallic, Phantom Black Pearl, Sunset Red Pearl and Atlas White Solid.
IONIQ 5: Gravity Gold Matte, Atlas White Solid, Cyber Grey Metallic, Digital Teal Green Pearl, Galactic Grey Metallic, Lucid Blue Pearl, Phantom Black Pearl and Shooting Star Grey Matte.
Kona: Surfy Blue Metallic, Atlas White Solid, Cyber Grey Metallic, Dark Knight Grey Pearl, Dive Blue Solid, Galactic Grey Metallic, Ignite Red Solid, Jungle Green Pearl, Phantom Black Pearl and Pulse Red Pearl.
Santa Fe: Glacier White Metallic, Lagoon Blue Pearl, Magnetic Grey Metallic, Phantom Black Pearl, Forest Grey Metallic, Taiga Brown Pearl, Typhoon Silver Metallic and Creamy White Pearl.
NEXO: Shimmering Silver Metallic, Copper Metallic, Ocean Indigo Pearl, Titanium Grey Matte and Creamy White Pearl.
If you want to arrange a test drive of any of our new Hyundai cars, get in touch with us here at BCC Cars in Bury, Greater Manchester.