Most fleet vehicles are white. There's probably a good reason, and it may not be that private buyers don't like bland colors.
This week she who must be obeyed (the fleet manager) allocated me a vehicle with a paint job called "charcoal".
It's not the ideal color for 35 degrees out back of Charleville. It's also exactly the same color as the bitumen roads out this way.
I travel with headlights on low beam.
The car gets really hot when parked in the sun. The difference (compared with white) is quickly appreciated.
You look for shade, but sometimes it's not available. So you stand outside, open the front doors, and turn the HVAC on for a minute.