Ford Vehicles Available With ‘Liquid Blue’ Paint Color
When Ford unveiled their first batch of performance vehicles in Detroit, there were many questions about the eye-catching paint that they were sprayed with. As it turns out, the name of the unique color is “Liquid Blue,” and although the new models were first shown with the alien blue hue, if the Ford Focus RS is any indication, it doesn’t seem that there will be any Ford vehicles available with the Liquid Blue paint color.
When Ford announced that they would be releasing at least a dozen all-new performance vehicles, we were definitely excited, but when we saw the new shade of blue, we were even more excited, as we thought that the color would be something that the models had in common—something that helped to distinguish them as the chosen 12. The Ford Focus RS color options were just announced, however, and Liquid Blue was not one of the four. Instead, a similar “Nitrous Blue” will serve as the only blue RS color option.
As expected, soon after the Focus RS, Ford GT and Ford Raptor dropped in Detroit, the automaker was pressed with questions about the availability of Liquid Blue, and at this point, they stated it’s a show-car color only, and that achieving the striking color actually requires multiple layers of paint. The Blue Oval did note, however, that special show colors have made it to the option lists in the past, which gives us hope that there will eventually be a production Ford model that can come outfitted with the new shade of Blue.
There is some good news about all of this. As a quarter of the performance vehicles have been shown in Liquid Blue, there is a good chance that the remaining eight will also come outfitted with the layered paint option. As those models are unveiled, chances are more than likely that demand for the blue color will gain more popularity than it already has. At that point, we can only hope that Ford gives us what we want.
If you are interested in learning more about the unique Liquid Blue paint color, or want to know if or when a Ford vehicle becomes available with the show-car color, we encourage you to check back here on the Matt Ford blog. We will be sure to provide you with an update as soon as we hear more. If we’re lucky, it will make its debut on a production model when the all-new Ford GT supercar hits the streets next year.
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