Thanks for posting a pic of my car!One more for you. In my opinion, this is a very accurate picture of redline red pearl. This is not my car. No credit taken. The color really pops in the sunshine, which we don't get too much of here in the PacNW. It has no maroon in it at all.
I love the way the color changes depending on light, and it does attract attention regardless of the lighting. Just Friday, leaving a parking garage, the young woman attendant in the booth was gushing about how "beautiful" my car is.I love my Redline Red Challenger. However, if you want a red that pops all the time and there is a lot of rain where you live like you mentioned, perhaps Torred would suit you more.
I can't believe I'm going to say this, but I'm glad you didn't put a rear spoiler on your car. That would have taken away from your hockey stripes. Your car really looks good. :wink3:
As already stated the Torred has a orange tint to it. Keep in mind unless you have a color calibrated monitor, you will not see the true color that you are looking at on a computer. I have seen the the Redline Red Tri-Coat Pearl and it is a beautiful color. You won't be disappointed with it. In fact it would be my third choice, with Plum Crazy first and B5 blue second.My wife and I have a deal pending on a 2015 Challenger that we have not seen in person yet. The window sticker states that it is Redline Red Tri-Coat Pearl. The photos I have seen of the car are beautiful and it is exactly what we are looking for. I have photos of the car in bright light as well as overcast rain and they look good.
However, I'm really confused. When I look at the color sample on the Dodge website the samples make the car look almost Maroon or really dark red. And on the website the Tor Red sample looks more like the actual photos of the car.
Can any of you owners of these two colors post photos or tell me your impression of the website color vs real life?
Ideally I would go look at the car but I can't do that until Saturday at the earliest. Again the photos of it look beautiful and I don't really care what the name of the color is. I'm just confused when I compare it to the website.
Obviously if we get there and the color is just unacceptable in real life we will move on to something different. I can't imagine ordering a car based on the color samples on the Dodge site.