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Volkswagen Hot Chili Red / #5e1921 Hex Color Code

#5e1921 Paint ChipThe hexadecimal color code #5e1921 is a dark shade of pink-red. In the RGB color model #5e1921 is comprised of 36.86% red, 9.8% green and 12.94% blue. In the HSL color space #5e1921 has a hue of 353° (degrees), 58% saturation and 23% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 627.01 nm.

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#5e1921 linear gradient to complementary #006b77

  1. #5e1921
  2. #5c2a2e
  3. #57393c
  4. #51464a
  5. #465359
  6. #345f68
  7. #006b77

Monochromatic Colors

  1. #54101a
  2. #58131c
  3. #5b161f
  4. #5e1921
  5. #611c23
  6. #641f26
  7. #682229

Tones

  1. #5e1921
  2. #5a2125
  3. #55282a
  4. #502d2e
  5. #4a3333
  6. #443837
  7. #3c3c3c

Tints and Shades

#5e1921 to white

  1. #5e1921
  2. #7b3e40
  3. #966263
  4. #b18787
  5. #ccaead
  6. #e5d6d5
  7. #ffffff / #fff

#5e1921 to black

  1. #5e1921
  2. #4f171d
  3. #401518
  4. #321314
  5. #240f0f
  6. #170808
  7. #000000 / #000

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  1. Volkswagen

    1. ★ Matchstick Rubin Red
      #5d1a21
      ΔE = 0.351 / LRV ≈ 3.2%
    2. ★ Marsala Red
      #581d22
      ΔE = 1.789 / LRV ≈ 3.1%
  2. Ford

    1. ★ Sunrise Red
      #5e1b21
      ΔE = 0.662 / LRV ≈ 3.3%
    2. Garnet Maroon
      #5f272d
      ΔE = 4.258 / LRV ≈ 4.1%
  3. RAL

    1. ★ RAL 3005 / Wine Red
      #59191f
      ΔE = 1.358 / LRV ≈ 2.9%
    2. RAL 3004 / Purple Red
      #6b1c23
      ΔE = 3.771 / LRV ≈ 4.1%
  4. Dupont

    1. ★ CAS56
      #5d181d
      ΔE = 1.450 / LRV ≈ 3.1%
    2. CAS64
      #680016
      ΔE = 5.163 / LRV ≈ 3.0%
  5. Plascon

    1. ★ Dream Land R3-D1-1
      #60141c
      ΔE = 1.839 / LRV ≈ 3.1%
  6. Natural Color System / NCS

    1. ★ S 5040-R10B
      #5b1f26
      ΔE = 2.015 / LRV ≈ 3.3%
    2. S 6030-R
      #552627
      ΔE = 4.239 / LRV ≈ 3.5%
  7. Pantone / PMS

    1. 4101 C
      #622128
      ΔE = 2.566 / LRV ≈ 3.8%
    2. 19-1724 TCX / Cabernet
      #64242e
      ΔE = 4.242 / LRV ≈ 4.2%
  8. GM / General Motors

    1. Garnet Red
      #5c1419
      ΔE = 2.587 / LRV ≈ 2.8%
    2. Copper
      #4d2326
      ΔE = 5.198 / LRV ≈ 2.9%
  9. Delta

    1. Barn Red / 04006
      #551921
      ΔE = 2.596 / LRV ≈ 2.7%
    2. Chestnut / 04034
      #54232c
      ΔE = 5.012 / LRV ≈ 3.3%
  10. Sikkens

    1. B6.45.15
      #612227
      ΔE = 2.602 / LRV ≈ 3.8%
    2. B5.41.19 (RAL 3004)
      #6d2128
      ΔE = 4.620 / LRV ≈ 4.5%
  11. Loop

    1. Skagen / LP-192
      #600d20
      ΔE = 2.723 / LRV ≈ 2.9%
  12. Flügger

    1. Blodbøg (U-609)
      #551a1c
      ΔE = 2.783 / LRV ≈ 2.8%
  13. Glidden

    1. Deep Garnet
      #54161f
      ΔE = 3.017 / LRV ≈ 2.6%
  14. Chrysler

    1. Regent Ruby
      #541c24
      ΔE = 3.179 / LRV ≈ 2.8%
    2. Venom Red
      #680d1f
      ΔE = 3.185 / LRV ≈ 3.3%
  15. Levis

    1. Meidoornrood
      #5c252a
      ΔE = 3.504 / LRV ≈ 3.8%
  16. Little Greene

    1. Baked Cherry
      #611117
      ΔE = 3.591 / LRV ≈ 3.0%
    2. Theatre Red
      #711324
      ΔE = 4.912 / LRV ≈ 4.1%
  17. Ressource Peintures

    1. Piment / SL24
      #651e2c
      ΔE = 3.715 / LRV ≈ 3.9%
    2. Saraband / POP16
      #501d1a
      ΔE = 4.673 / LRV ≈ 2.7%
  18. Tollens

    1. Rouge antique | EE161
      #522025
      ΔE = 3.726 / LRV ≈ 3.0%
    2. T2079-6
      #622631
      ΔE = 5.131 / LRV ≈ 4.2%
  19. Opaltone / OMS

    1. 4946
      #651f1f
      ΔE = 3.812 / LRV ≈ 3.8%
    2. 4937
      #69212b
      ΔE = 3.944 / LRV ≈ 4.3%
  20. McCormick Paints

    1. 233 Richmond
      #6a0a22
      ΔE = 3.872 / LRV ≈ 3.4%
  21. California Paints

    1. Heart of Darkness
      #671a1c
      ΔE = 4.042 / LRV ≈ 3.7%
  22. Resene

    1. Livewire R37-100-025
      #6d1c27
      ΔE = 4.085 / LRV ≈ 4.2%
    2. Lonestar R34-056-025
      #522426
      ΔE = 4.252 / LRV ≈ 3.2%
  23. Dulux

    1. Fire Cracker 1
      #672529
      ΔE = 4.168 / LRV ≈ 4.4%
  24. Duron

    1. Marooned
      #512325
      ΔE = 4.241 / LRV ≈ 3.1%
  25. Crown Paint

    1. Burgundy
      #632728
      ΔE = 4.285 / LRV ≈ 4.3%
  26. Caparol

    1. 35 20 30 / Korall 130
      #581c18
      ΔE = 4.300 / LRV ≈ 3.0%
    2. 02/15
      #68282c
      ΔE = 5.045 / LRV ≈ 4.6%
  27. Krylon

    1. Burgundy
      #5a1a2a
      ΔE = 4.402 / LRV ≈ 3.1%
  28. Teknos

    1. NE07
      #560f21
      ΔE = 4.451 / LRV ≈ 2.4%
  29. AMC

    1. Auburn Red
      #622725
      ΔE = 4.636 / LRV ≈ 4.2%
    2. Garnet
      #651e1a
      ΔE = 5.203 / LRV ≈ 3.8%
  30. Colorhouse

    1. Wood .04
      #67272a
      ΔE = 4.665 / LRV ≈ 4.5%
  31. Jedynka

    1. Barna
      #572622
      ΔE = 4.735 / LRV ≈ 3.5%
  32. British Standard

    1. BS 4800 04 C 40 - Maroon
      #5c272f
      ΔE = 4.836 / LRV ≈ 3.9%
  33. Focoltone

    1. 3467
      #622630
      ΔE = 4.840 / LRV ≈ 4.2%
  34. Benjamin Moore

    1. Classic Burgundy / HC-182 / PM-17
      #6a191b
      ΔE = 4.911 / LRV ≈ 3.8%
  35. Vista Paint

    1. Merlot
      #511916
      ΔE = 4.915 / LRV ≈ 2.5%
  36. Toyo Ink

    1. CF10802
      #602830
      ΔE = 5.007 / LRV ≈ 4.2%
  37. Australian Standard AS2700

    1. R55 Claret
      #66292d
      ΔE = 5.072 / LRV ≈ 4.6%

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#5e1921 HTML / CSS Code Examples

#5e1921 foreground

There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who, thanks to their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun.

Pablo Picasso
<p style="color: #5e1921">…</p>

#5e1921 background

If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.

Edward Hopper
<p style="background-color: #5e1921">…</p>

#5e1921 shadow

It is a widely accepted notion among painters that it does not matter what one paints as long as it is well painted. This is the essence of academicism. There is no such thing as good painting about nothing.

Mark Rothko
<p style="text-shadow: 0.1em 0.1em 0.15em #5e1921">…</p>

Color Charts

Color Space Conversions

Decimal
6166817
Binary
01011110, 00011001, 00100001
Hexadecimal
#5e1921
LRV
≈ 3.2%
Closest short hex
#612 ΔE = 2.363
RGB
rgb(94, 25, 33)
RGBA
rgba(94, 25, 33, 1.0)
rg chromaticity
r: 0.618, g: 0.164, b: 0.217
RYB
red: 36.863%, yellow: 9.804%, blue: 12.941%
Android / android.graphics.Color
-10610399 / 0xff5e1921
HSL
hsl(353, 58%, 23%)
HSLA
hsla(353, 58%, 23%, 1.0)
HSV / HSB
hue: 353° (353.043), saturation: 73% (0.734), value: 37% (0.369)
HSP
hue: 353.043, saturation: 73.404%, perceived brightness: 21.950%
HSLuv (HUSL)
H: 8.106, S: 67.987, L: 20.772
Cubehelix
H: -15.186, S: 0.707, L: 0.183
TSL
T: 4.057, S: 0.445, L: 0.183
CMYK
cyan: 0% (0.000), magenta: 73% (0.734), yellow: 65% (0.649), key: 63% (0.631)
CMY
cyan: 63% (0.631), magenta: 90% (0.902), yellow: 87% (0.871)
XYZ
X: 5.239, Y: 3.185, Z: 1.778
xyY
x: 0.514, y: 0.312, Y: 3.185
CIELab
L: 20.772, a: 31.783, b: 12.664
CIELuv
L: 20.772, u: 43.547, v: 6.202
CIELCH / LCHab
L: 20.772, C: 34.213, H: 21.724
CIELUV / LCHuv
L: 20.772, C: 43.986, H: 8.106
Hunter-Lab
L: 17.848, a: 21.160, b: 6.589
CIECAM02
J: 16.178, C: 41.535, h: 18.082, Q: 79.245, M: 36.321, s: 67.701, H: 397.851
OSA-UCS
lightness: -9.937, jaune: 1.374, green: -6.007
LMS
L: 4.919, M: 1.732, S: 1.807
YCbCr
Y: 55.992, Cb: 121.300, Cr: 157.723
YCoCg
Y: 44.250, Cg: -19.250, Co: 38.750
YDbDr
Y: 46.543, Db: -20.386, Dr: -90.241
YPbPr
Y: 40.273, Pb: -3.935, Pr: 34.132
xvYCC
Y: 50.587, Cb: 124.543, Cr: 157.983
YIQ
Y: 46.543, I: 38.534, Q: 17.080
YUV
Y: 46.543, U: -6.664, V: 41.635
Munsell Color System
7.5R 2/8 ΔE = 1.951
Brand Color
Readability ΔE = 16.120

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