Have you ever wondered what does your car say about you? About your personality? Well, Forbes did wondered and they made a list with the coolest car arround, and not only, and what do this car tell about their owners.
Aston Martin DB9 two-door - $165,400: You are self-made, and even though you spent upward of $200,000 on a car, you are not showy. Aston owners, says company spokesman Matthew Clarke, "are not particularly extroverted when it comes to their wealth." They are "the sort of people who would prefer to wear the designer brand on the inside rather than the outside."
Bentley Arnage sedan - $212,990: Your net worth is around $30 million, but you probably came from ordinary means. You chose this premier British luxury sedan and not its most-similar competitor, Rolls-Royce’s attention-getting Phantom, because you prefer a car that is more discreet. You are more interested in rewarding yourself than making a statement.
Cadillac Escalade SUV - $55,400: You make around $175,000 a year. You speak your mind and are unapologetic. You enjoy life and do a lot of entertaining. You seize life’s opportunities. You think, "I have to be out doing something. I want to accomplish something." You take risks. You would rather fail than not try.
Chevrolet Corvette two-door - $44,995: You are aggressive and in control. You appreciate style and visual aesthetics in homes, cars and architecture. You are successful and seek adventure. And you are probably something of a fanatic; over 95,000 people belong to Corvette clubs, and the National Corvette Museum has 20,000 members.
Chevrolet Monte Carlo coupe - $21,700: You are between 45 and 55. Your income is between $65,000 and $75,000. There is a 40% chance you graduated from college. You watch racing on TV. You like to show off and stand out from the crowd. You are image-conscious and looking for a way to rebel.
Chrysler Town & Country minivan - $22,440: Chrysler designed the car for married couples aged 35 to 45. This kind of couple will have two or more children over the age of six at home and a household income of around $80,000—but these are the "target customers." According to Chrysler, the van’s "secondary customers" are empty-nesters, aged 55 to 65.
Dodge Viper two-door - $81,895: You are a man’s man; 96% of Viper owners are guys. You are an executive, manager or business owner. Driving is one of your favorite things to do, and you want to stand out in a crowd. You want your car to be able to outperform most others on the road.
Ferrari F430 two-door - $168,005: You are rich, passionate and highly educated. Owning an Italian car means a lot to you, as does commanding technology imported from Ferrari’s world-championship winning race cars.
Honda Civic coupe and sedan - $14,810: Your biggest hobbies are watching TV, going to the movies, reading, domestic travel and conversations with friends. Your biggest emotional desires are feeling secure, feeling in control of your life, having fun, having your needs met and having a sense of freedom.
Honda Odyssey minivan - $25,645: Your biggest hobbies are domestic travel, family gatherings, church functions, conversations with friends and reading. Your biggest emotional desires are feeling secure, feeling safe, making smart choices, feeling in control of your life and feeling proud of your achievements.
Jeep Wrangler SUV - $19,145: The chance you take your car off-road is over 60%. Rather than dream of adventure, you can and do experience it with such activities as backpacking, mountain biking and kayaking. You have always wanted a Wrangler. You are outdoorsy and seek excitement, physical challenge and freedom.
Lexus LS sedan - $61,000: You like to travel to exotic locations. You enjoy exercising, reading books and taking classes for personal self-development. You are married and family-oriented, and you make around $175,000 a year. You are around 64 years old. To you, intelligence and politeness are guiding principles in life.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan - $86,525: You want to go to the 21 Club, but not necessarily with somebody else: Mercedes says that in a survey 76% of S-Class buyers listed "fine dining" as their favorite recreational activity, but only 49% listed "conversations." Fifty-seven percent listed domestic travel, 54% listed foreign travel and 44% listed watching sports on TV.
Nissan 350Z two-door - $27,900: Compared with buyers of similar sports cars, you are younger and have a smaller chance of being married. You have a higher chance of being black or Hispanic, and a higher chance of wanting to own a pet. The thing you want to feel most is confidence. Having a safe vehicle that you can trust is more important to you than having a vehicle that is fun to drive.
Porsche 911 two-door - $72,400: Eighty-eight percent of Porsche 911 owners are male. Your household income is around $390,000, and you are most likely a doctor or a lawyer with your own business or practice. You are about 51 years old.
Rolls-Royce Phantom sedan - $328,750: You have over $25 million in liquid assets, three to five homes and six or more cars. You wrote a check for your Phantom, and neither you nor any of your fellow Phantom owners have ever asked how much the Phantom costs per month, although you did ask about its gas mileage (13/19 miles per gallon, city/highway).
Volkswagen Jetta sedan - $16,490: Compared with the general population, you are 98% more likely to have a job in technology, 70% more likely to listen to music in your free time, 40% less likely to be divorced, 37% more likely to use sunblock, 154% more likely to snowboard, 51% more likely to think your car should catch people’s attention, 65% more likely to drive faster than normal and 30% more likely to recycl