10 Cars And Their Flagship (Signature) Colours in India

Popular Cars With Signature Flagship Colours

There are many instances in life when you can identify a thing by just a glimpse of it. For eg, you take a look at the road and see a box rolling on 4 wheels just for a second, and you can tell that its a CAR! Well, jokes apart, there are cars in the market that have a signature colour that everyone is well aware of. So, let’s list down 10 such cars with signature (Flagship) colours.

  1. Tata Altroz – High Street Gold

    Tata Altroz

    The gold standard hatchback that has given its rivals a hard time in the market, the Altroz. And it is a no brainer that the signature colour of this hot hatch is High Street Gold. Adding to the gold standard is the 5-star rating at the Global NCAP crash testing.

  2. Tata Altroz iTurbo – Harbour Blue

    Tata Altroz iTurbo

    And the turbo iteration of Altroz has been recently launched with a whole new Blue colour, the Harbour Blue. There was just one thing missing in the Altroz since its launch, a punch in the engine, power on demand. And with the 1.2-litre iTurbo engine and an all-new colour, we have a complete package now.

  3. Maruti Suzuki S-Cross – Nexa Blue

    Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Petrol | Flagship Colours of Cars

    Well, all the cars under NEXA come with the NEXA Blue colour option. But S-Cross being the first to introduce NEXA as well as the colour makes it to this list. Refined, Premium, Sophistication and Power, the NEXA Blue surely knows how to incorporate all of these in one colour.

  4. Hyundai i20 – Fiery Red

    Next-gen Hyundai i20

    Born Magnetic! i20 in its all-new iteration comes with the Fiery Red colour option. Red has been a signature colour for Hyundai i20 since the Elite version and has been prominent in making of India’s most loved premium hatchback.

  5. Honda City – Modern Steel Metallic

    2020 Honda City

    Name a sedan that has been able to even challenge the legacy of City. Well, there might be a few out there, but still, Honda City has been a choice of majority premium sedan buyers. And this sedan has been showcased with the Steel colour for long enough to make it a signature colour. Though, people do prefer the White shade.

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  6. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso – Solid Sizzle Orange

    Maruti Suzuki spresso

    The mini SUV from India’s most loved brand, Maruti Suzuki has been boasting the Orange shade and is one of the best selling colours too. The visible contours in this eye-catchy and rather a vibrant colour makes S-Presso stand out in the segment.

  7. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza – Sizzling Red

    2020 Maruti Vitara Brezza Petrol

    Wicked SUV Brezza makes it to the list of flagship colours with the Red colour. While researching for the colours browsing through the brochures, I was expecting the colour to be named Wicked Red, but Maruti loves the ‘Sizzle’ word for sure.

  8. Volkswagen Polo – Flash Red

    Volkswagen Polo GT

    A hatch that made Indians familiar with the turbo petrol engines! Polo looks hot in the Flash Red colour and the company knows that well. Red colour surely oozes power, a reason behind peppy cars in the list to boast it.

  9. Tata Safari – Royal Blue

    Tata Safari side view

    Well, a marketing strategy or a well thought iteration of a legend, that we leave up to you. Do let us know in the comments section below. But what we know is that this blue colour on the all-new Safari surely looks impressive. The bold presence, roofline inspired by the legendary Safari and an engine borrowed from Harrier, Safari is all set to set afoot in the market.

  10. MG ZS EV – Copenhagen Blue

    MG ZS EV

    India’s first pure electric internet SUV, MG ZS EV comes with the vibrant blue colour. Many of you may not know but the MG ZS has scored a 5-star rating at the EuroNCAP in its IC engine avatar. And we expect the electrified avatar to offer the same.

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So these are the cars with their flagship colours. This is not the end to the list. There’s always a part two.