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Corvette Paint Colors
The Chevrolet Corvette, like many of America's most loved automobiles, was born in the aftermath of World War II, when returning soldiers found themselves yearning for the Jaguars, Alfa Romeos and MGs they'd seen in Europe. The first generation Corvette didn't entirely live up to expectations, but GM stayed the course. It's a good thing it did. Never mind Jaguar and Alfa Romeo. Corvettes of all stripes now compete directly against the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini. That impressive climb up the performance ladder has given the Corvette the stature it needs to fly the most important colors in its long history: red, white and blue.
The fifth generation started off with W243 Arctic White, Black, Torch Red, Bright Blue, Silver, R2127 Light Toreador Red and G1992 Fairway Green. Pewter N1248, L3563 Radar blue, L1535 Majestic Amethyst Purple and Aztec Gold B2756 joined the next year. The 1999 model year was a sparkly one, with L3325 Navy Blue, Red Pearl Tri Coat L2161 and L2382 Red Tint Tri Coat showing up. The 2000 model year was a carry over. By 2001, color selection was down to Black, White, Torch Red, Red Tint, Polo Green, Y1272 Yellow, Pewter, Navy Blue and S565 Galaxy Silver. Electron Blue L4396 replaced Navy the next year. Pewter and a few other silver shades disappeared in 2003, but N1963 Spiral Gray and Anniversary Red Pearl R3258 showed up. The last year of this generation used Arctic White, L4998 LeMans Blue, Black, S892 Light Tarnished Silver, Torch Red, Yellow, Red Tint and Medium Spiral Gray.
Precision Red R3643, Victory Red R210 and Daytona Sunset Orange Pearl joined the lineup for the Corvette's sixth generation debut. In 2006, Arctic White, LeMans Blue, Black, Sunset Orange and Victory Red carried over; Y1883 Velocity Yellow, S892 Machine Silver and R4100 Monterey Red filled out the selection. In 2007, Atomic Orange, listed with GM's own "WA" code 418P made its debut, next to WA512Q Jetstream Blue. Those colors carried over for 2008. In 2009, WA637R Cyber Gray, WA63R Blade Silver and WA505Q Crystal Red found their way onto Corvette bodies, and Atomic Orange vaporized from the lineup in 2010. It was replaced by WA502Q Inferno Orange in 2011, along with the new WA818T Supersonic Blue. In 2012, the most drastic change to the Corvette's paint offerings was the addition of WA501Q Carbon Flash and the light and cheerful WA819T Carlisle Blue. Carlisle was gone for the last year of the C6 Vette's production, replaced by the decidedly more sinister sounding WA122V Night Race Blue.
GM had quite enough going on with its radical new body that a whole new paint lineup might have seemed somewhat superfluous. Most colors carried over, including Arctic White, Blade Silver, Black, Velocity Yellow, Cyber Gray, Torch Red, Crystal Red and Night Race Blue. Gone for the new body was the C6's much loved Inferno Orange, replaced by WA136 Lime Rock Green effectively a take on British Racing Green and WA135X Laguna Blue. Note that this Laguna Blue wasn't the same as the Laguna Blues used back in 1961 and 1966. The new Laguna Blue is a far brighter and more eye catching shade, near turquoise.