The car does get a lot of comments regarding the colour. It's Caterham's Caribbean Blue, which is a standard paint colour on the Super Seven. It's based on an old Aston Martin paint known as Caribbean Pearl that was used from the late 1950's. Here's an example of a DB4 from 1962. It's a metallic paint and looks great, especially in natural light. I think it works really well with the chrome finishes and white piping. It just suits the car nicely for this particular style, but probably wouldn't work on a carbon and black-pack version. It also goes really well with the biscuit beige and black leather interior.