Seriously. It's 1600 shades of black and silver (same color, just different hue), white, and maybe a red. younger people don't care about cars. They've proven that over the last 10 years. 16 year olds are not going out and getting their driver's licenses anymore. All their socialization is done via the internet. few of them have jobs to go to anymore, and when they do, they uber. They care more about the tech of a car than how it looks/performs.Yes, but they offer three shades of black and four shades of silver! Remember when we could get red or blue on the interior? And we had probably fifteen paint colors to choose from. Maybe they should can the touch-screen and offer a few more interesting colors. Then again, they'd probably come out with some bizarre neon colors that would be laughable.
GM used to have the "Art and Color" department. FCA sure could use a similar department in their corporate tree! At least get the dealers to stock the colors they offer.