Everyone had experienced this once in their lifetime. The “this” I am talking about is that extremely hot day when you open the door to your car, and it feels as though you have just opened a 400 degree oven, and you have to sit in that ?
Think back to high school, remember the color spectrum? You may have seen it through a small black box and done a lot of labs on it in science class. Each color on the color spectrum reflects a specific amount of light, the more light that it reflects the brighter it appears. However black is not a color on the color spectrum. It actually absorbs heat instead of reflecting it. So yes, dark colored cars are warmer than light colored cars. However, I am unsure if this is just in the sun or always.
I did find a web site where they had done scientific testing on this if you are interested.
http://www2.ucar.edu/magazine/currents/ … lored-cars
by Tom Ware 6 years ago
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by peter565 4 years ago
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