10 Blue Cars to Cure Your Blue Monday Blues

10 Blue Cars to Cure Your Blue Monday Blues

Blue Monday is said to be the most depressing day of the year, when the most people are feeling down in the dumps. 

It’s hypothesized Blue Monday exists for a variety of reasons including Christmas debt, failed New Year’s resolutions and the cold grip of winter really setting in. So, in an effort to cheer you up, we’ve scoured the automotive world looking for cars that look hot, even painted in the coldest color, blue.

Prepare yourself to be hit by a wave of cheer as you check out these 10 vehicles that look incredible in blue.

Subaru BRZ STI Performance Concept

Tokyo Auto Salon Dream-04

Subaru is known for its blue off-road rally race cars and this BRZ STI Performance Concept captures that heritage perfectly. Except, rather than tearing up dirt roads, this car is all about the asphalt. Hopefully Subaru can find it in the budget to actually build this car.

Ferrari 488 Spider

Ferrari 488 Spider

When the sheet was first pulled from the Ferrari 488 Spider at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the car was finished in a gorgeous rich blue. Under the blue “hood” of this beauty is a turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 making 660 ponies and 561 lb-ft of torque, with max power coming on at 8,000 rpm.

SEE ALSO: Ferrari 488 Spider is a 203-MPH Blue Blur

Pagani Zonda Tricolore


This stunning version of the Zonda uses a special carbon-titanium weave to make up its body, which is finished in a beautiful blue lacquer. A tribute to the Italian flag is seen in two stripes on the hood, which houses a 7.3-liter V12 engine.

There’s nothing sad about that.

SEE ALSO: Pagani Zonda Tricolore Details

Ford F-150 Raptor


Blue can also look tough, evidenced by the new 2017 Ford Raptor. Easily the most hardcore off-road ready truck money can by from an OEM, the Raptor is dialing up its performance in 2017 with an even more powerful 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 and a new 10-speed automatic transmission.

SEE ALSO: 2017 Ford Raptor Returns to Rule the Trails

Buick Avista Concept


Buick surprised us at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show with this beauty, the Avista Concept. Essentially a Chevy Camaro with new bodywork and a twin-turbo V6, the Avista is looking to prove that Buick can make youthful, sexy cars.

No need for Zoloft here.

SEE ALSO: Buick Avista Concept Details

Audi E-Tron Concept

Audi eTron quattro Concept

Teasing an all-electric vehicle of the future, the Audi E-Tron Concept can drive 311 miles on a single charge and will recharge in 50 minutes. But most importantly, it’s finished in an electric blue paint that is stunning and even includes blue accents in the headlights.

Because blue is the new green.

SEE ALSO: Audi E-Tron Concept

Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster


A stunning example of a great blue paint job, the Aventador SV Roadster is an Italian beauty with a massive 6.5-liter V12 providing motivation.

SEE ALSO: Lamborghini Aventador SV – Video

Dodge Viper

2013 SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition model at Gingerman Raceway, Se

Blue Vipers with white racing stripes have been slithering around race tracks since the original car was released in the ’90s, so it’s no wonder that the modern car looks so good in this classic combination.

SEE ALSO: A New Dodge Viper is Possible says CEO

Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar


Volvo’s tuning arm Polestar has been churning out some top notch sports cars lately and this incredible shade of blue is just one of the factors that make these cars so great. And as shown by the photo, even the winter blues can be beat by Polestar.

SEE ALSO: Volvo XC90 Polestar Could Get 450 HP

Acura NSX


We finish the list with this stunner from Acura, the new NSX. In red and black, the NSX still looks rather menacing, but it is blue that brings out the car’s true character.

SEE ALSO: The 2017 Acura NSX Price Will Top Out at Over $200,000

  • smartacus

    i never heard of Blue Monday before today’s media blitz of everything Blue Monday.
    You know what Blue Monday means to me? That catchy old song from New Order

  • timothyhood

    What, no Ford GT?!?