The color of your car can say a lot about you. You may not have known that, but it’s true. In fact, the color of a person’s car can serve as psychological shortcut into that person. So for those of you feeling like horoscopes aren’t cutting it these days, here’s the lowdown of what your car hue says about you.
If you’re rolling in a black car, you exude sophistication and simplicity. Without needing to be too flashy, you demonstrate a quiet confidence just like a little black dress or tuxedo does at a formal event.
A white ride projects a fresh, modern feel. For that reason, many brands like Apple make white central to their brand. If you live in a hot climate, preference for white could also demonstrate rational, practical thinking.
Similar to white, silver evokes modernity and innovation. Silver’s metallic gleam displays a cool confidence. A silver car also serves as a nice balance between white and black.
Is there a difference between silver and gray? Definitely. Drivers of gray cars don’t wish to stand out and care less about status. They’re mature and comfortable in their own skin.
Driving a red car is undoubtedly a power move. Drivers of red cars exude confidence and an enthusiasm for life and aren’t afraid to stand out and push the limit.
Driving a blue car suggests you’re peaceful, optimistic, honest, and stable. Just as the color blue is easy on the eyes, you’re easy to get along with and compassionate.
Drivers of brown cars are down-to-earth and practical. Finding a car that runs well and lasts long is at the top of your list. You don’t care about current fads or what future fads may come. You care about reliability. You know yourself and your priorities well.
Drivers of yellow cars are light-hearted, happy and have a good sense of humor. You’re walking on sunshine and help bring sunshine and joy into the lives of others through your positivity and joy of life.
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You’re unique, confident and like to try new things. You couldn’t care less about current fads or the classics. You’ve found what you like and you’re sticking to it.