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I'll be so torn if the red isn't actually metallic, because that Blue Steele looks pretty good too.

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PRR is the code used for High Octane Red.
Isn't that a Pearl? Hmm, I might be able to go for that, nice change of pace. Sometimes a metallic is hard to see when the light isn't good. Especially the cheap metallic that most of these guys use with so few flakes per inch or whatever they call it.
 

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As Stellantis won't offer 20 colors in one production line:

Hot Tamale = Alfa Rosso (Red) = solid, as on Giulia/Stelvio and every other Alfa of the last decades
Q Ball = Alfa White = solid, as on Giulia/Stelvio
Blu Bayou = Misano Blue = metallic, as on Giulia/Stelvio
Gray Cray = Vesuvio Gray, metallic, as on Giulia/Stelvio
Blue Steele = Dodge exclusive until now, as on live presentation
8 Ball = Alfa Black, solid
Acapulco Gold = most likely Ocre GT, as on Giulia/Stelvio. Expect it to appear on Tonale as well.

Green might come for Hornet as well = Verde (Green) Montreal = metallic, as on Giulia/Stelvio
So the question for me is, give up metallic and go red, or give up red and go blue metallic (I can't imagine a name like Blue "Steele" not being a metallic but we'll see). My last 4 cars have been red though, and I had good luck with all of them....
 
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