According to an article in Woman’s World magazine, the color of the car you drive says a lot about you. The color of your car sends signals to others about you, your personality and your taste in things.
If your car is black, you are empowered as a leader and a take-charge person. You don’t break rules, and usually you drive to the beat of your own drummer. You might push boundaries in search of better ways of doing things. Some might refer to you as a trail blazer. Black is the number one car for luxury. It is a power and classic color. It says that the driver is in control. Black cars make up 13 percent of cars.
If your car is blue, you are a deep thinker. You are relaxed and easy going. You are cool and calm in most situations. You are usually optimistic, and you enjoy the journey instead of waiting for the destination. Blue projects stability, truthfulness and serenity. Blue cars make up 11 percent.
If you drive a brown or beige car, you like peace. These colors say you pinch pennies, and doesn’t care about style. People who drive brown or beige cars usually keep them until they fall apart. The driver doesn’t care about trends or fads. Brown cars make up 7 percent.
If your car is gray, you are a practical person and down to earth. You are dedicated and likely to get to the top of your career. Research shows that drivers of gray cars, tend to be steadfast and ambitious. Instead of tooting your own horn, you let your work speak for itself. You are modest and very focused. Gray cars make up 13 percent.
If your car is green, you are smart and a nurturer. You associate the color green with growth. You take care of your family, things in your community, on your job and wherever you happen to be. You are the one to volunteer for projects that need to be done, and people call on you because they know you will take care of what needs to be done. Brown cars make up 4 percent.
If your car is orange, you’re quite comfortable with value and saving money. You might skip doing things for yourself just so you can focus on value-rich investments.You’re also not afraid of going against the tide. Orange is one of the least favorite colors of new car buyers in the U.S.
If your car is red, you are a dynamic and vibrant person. Red is the color of passion and energy. You are a spirited conversationalist and a people person. You have a tendency to have many friends who look up to you. The driver of a red car is a go-getter. A red car often belongs to a driver who is confident and fun loving. The driver of a red car also seeks attention. Red cars make up 11 percent.
If your car is silver, you focus on the future. Because silver is associated with sleek technology, others look up to you because you’re focused. Because you are curious about things, it is no problem for you to explore different things. Silver is the color of security and style. A silver car color indicates that you’re a high-class lady or gentleman with an eye on the upscale. There is a difference between silver and gray. The gray car driver doesn’t want to stand out. Gray doesn’t need or want to be as flashy as silver, projecting more dignity, tradition and maturity. Drivers of silver cars make up 19 percent.
If your car is white, you are an idealistic perfectionist. If you drive a white car, you strive to keep everything in order. Many call you a perfectionist because you tend to dot every “i” and cross every “t” which at times makes them look bad because they are just the opposite You strive for high standards and demand the best for yourself and others. White suggests that you have taste and elegance. White is also associated with honesty and purity. White cars make up 19 percent.
If your care is yellow or gold, you are saying, “don’t worry, be happy” like those smiley faces. Yellow exudes joy and a positive attitude. Young people are drawn to yellow because bright color doesn’t feel like a risk to them. Yellow or gold cars made up only 3 percent of car colors.
If you have had all or most of these colors, it means those were your characteristics at that particular time. However, the above descriptions apply to the car that you are driving now.