For newer vehicles, the website of each car manufacturer lists the colors in which the car comes. According to Ford's website, for example, the 2015 Ford Focus comes in performance blue, magnetic, blue candy, oxford white, race red and a number of other colors.
While AutoColorLibrary.com is a useful tool for finding the colors in which new cars come, the website is especially useful for finding the colors of older cars. AutoColorLibrary even displays car colors from the early 1900s. After the year and make of a vehicle have been selected, AutoColorLibrary transports users to a page displaying all the colors of that manufacturer's cars that year. Most of the pages are scanned from manufacturers' books and show a color swatch next to each vehicle's name, making it easy to draw comparisons.
In terms of popularity, Forbes states that white has been one of the most popular car colors since 1998, with silver in the lead for a while. Black is now a leading color among luxury vehicles. As of 2015, white, black and silver cars account for roughly 76 percent of the market. After these, the most popular colors are gray, blue, red, brown and green, in that order.