No, it's not possible to use the vehicle identification number (VIN) to determine a vehicle's color. Every car has a VIN, which is a 17 character combination of letters and numbers that reveals information about the vehicle.
The first three characters confirm where the vehicle was built and the manufacturer's identity. The fourth through eighth characters identify the brakes, body style, restraint system and power train. For verification purposes, the ninth character is a check digit developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation that ensures the information provided by the first eight characters is legit. The 10th and 11th characters tell where the car was built and what year it was built in, and the final six characters are a serial number provided by the manufacturer, which typically reveal the model and trim.