We Know Which Car Colour Matches Your Personality

According to psychologists, certain personality types are drawn to particular colour cars. - find out which car you should really be driving with this quiz. Did we get it right? Let us know in the comments below!

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On Mar 29, 2017

White Car: The Curious Problem-Solver

White Car: The Curious Problem-Solver

If you drive a white car, this means you’re likely to be a calm, rational and intelligent person, according to psychologists. If faced with a difficult problem, you never despair, but set about tackling it with a clear head, and you never let your emotions get the better of you.

You’re drawn to the sciences, love space and are partial to quiz shows on TV. Your inquisitive mind and serene outlook means people gravitate towards you as an always-dependable person in a chaotic world

Black Car: The Influential High-Achiever

Black Car: The Influential High-Achiever

According to our psychologist, if you drive a black car, you’re likely to be a high-achiever with a wide sphere of influence in both your professional and personal life. To you, life is about the friends - and contacts - you make in it, and your incredibly busy social calendar is proof of your success.

You work and play hard, but have enough self-discipline to ensure you get the best out of both worlds. You’re drawn to minimalist architecture and design and you take huge pride in your clean and organised living space as a refuge from the hustle and bustle of fast-paced cities you like to live in. Although people often mistake you for being intimidating or cool, you are, in fact, a warm and generous soul whose trust once earned, is earned forever.

Silver Car: The Nurturing People-Person

Silver Car: The Nurturing People-Person

People who drive silver cars are likely to be gentle, people-oriented souls, according to psychologists. If that’s you, you often find yourself in the nurturing role in a relationship, protecting and caring for your closest friends and family. Your extremely heightened empathy means you avoid conflict whenever you can, and seeing others in pain often hurts you too. You’re a natural peacemaker and you’re endlessly fascinated by people, so if you’re not reading books, or watching films to learn about them, you’re people-watching in all the public spaces you find yourself in. You’re drawn to running water and clean air and enjoy getting away for the weekend with a few good friends.

Blue Car: Popular Mischief-Maker

Blue Car: Popular Mischief-Maker

According to our psychologists, if you drive a blue car, you’re likely to be a well-liked, mischief maker. People who drive blue cars scored highly on being straightforward, agreeable and impulsive - so this means you probably have a lot of interesting stories to tell people about the trouble you find yourself in.

You’re a laid-back person, content to go with the flow of life and enjoy the ride. However - you also like living in the moment, so you’re a mischief-maker with a wicked sense of humour. Your friends often have to reign you in, but they do so happily because having you around automatically makes their days more fun.

Dark Blue Car: Impulsive Adrenaline-Junkie

Dark Blue Car: Impulsive Adrenaline-Junkie

People who drive navy blue cars seek out excitement wherever they can find it, according to psychologists. If this is you, it means that you’re always looking for your next hit of adrenaline, always pushing yourself to the absolute limit.

You like to drive fast, eat well and are always looking towards your next holiday, whether that’s skiing, or surfing, or even hiking up a mountain for charity. Your life is going at 100mph, and your motto is “There’ll be enough time to sleep when I’m dead” - your enthusiasm and zest for life is intoxicating, and your friends know they can always depend on you to bring the energy to any party.

Green Car: Energetic Adventure-Seeker

Green Car: Energetic Adventure-Seeker

If you drive a green car, this means you’re naturally an active and adventurous sort of person, according to psychologists. You love exploring the great outdoors, usually taking road trips to a far-flung destination and then hiking out to the middle of nowhere. You’re not about luxury or a fancy lifestyle; it’s more important to you that you’re expanding your horizons in as many ways that you can.

You’re also a vivacious and friendly character, and a bit of an eccentric as well. You’re not fussed about what everything thinks of you though, as long as you’ve got the sky, the stars and fresh air all around you.

Black And Red Car: Extraverted Thrill-Seeker

Black And Red Car: Extraverted Thrill-Seeker

People who drive black and red cars scored highly on extraversion, excitement-seeking and honest traits in a psychologist’s test. This means that you’re always the life and soul of the party because you’re always looking to kick things up a notch.

You hate being bored, and sometimes people accuse you of having a short attention-span, but that’s only because you treasure every second of life and if your attention isn’t being grabbed, you’ll find something that does in no time. You have a habit of making boring tasks into fun games for everyone, and your sincere interest in the people around you illuminates them to everyone else.

Red Car: Organised Analyser

Red Car: Organised Analyser

According to our psychologists, if you drive a red car you are likely to be an extremely meticulous and organised person. You’re a great believer in lists and often have a useful hack to make your life even more efficient.

You dislike chaos, and crowds, and are likely to be an introvert who thrives in small, select gatherings of close friends. People would describe you as someone who generally has their life together, with a cool analytical mind which you can turn to any subject.