Two-toned cars are now trending, a car design concept that was popular in the automotive industry decades ago in the United States.
Various cars have been spotted, specifically in Europe, with roofs and bodies that are two different colors. Currently, the two-toned cars spotted mostly consist of compact hatchbacks, SUVs, and crossovers, totaling at about 20 available models.
In the United States, throughout the fifties and sixties, two-tone cars were extremely common. Now, that trend has started to surface again among high-end models. Two European crossovers, the Range Rover Velar and the Volvo XC40, now come with two-tone options. Some cars are now coming with three roof color options and eight body color options for people to choose from.
Most two-tone cars are being spotted in Europe with the number of two-toned cars gradually increasing. The trend is also starting to become prominent in the United States as well. In fact, the 2018 Toyota Camry is expected to have a two-tone paint job, along with Land Rover and Kia models. The trend is being credited to the release of the 2001 Mini Hatch which was two-toned with an overall retro appearance.
The contrasting paint colors provide vehicles with a more unique appearance, setting them apart from other cars on the road which makes them appealing to customers. Two-tone cars give customers an opportunity to pick a car that meets their personal visual preferences.