Which Car Color Matches Your Personality?

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Eyes may be the reflection of the soul, but our style helps others to get the point a lot faster. We’re hardwired to make a snap first impression based on what we see, and nothing quite captures personality like colors can. Need proof? Check your own closet and see what type of colors you gravitate towards. Why not go the extra mile and have your car color match up with your personality? Check out this list of car colors and the personalities they represent.

Black: Powerful, Executive and Elegant

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When it comes to being classic, nothing quite does it like painting your ride black. A blacked-out car manages to be bold yet understated at the same time. No matter whether you’re in an Escalade or a Prius, this look imposes upon the road and demands respect. If empowerment and an appreciation for the finer things in life speak to you, take AC/DC’s advice and be back in black.

Silver: Practical, Pragmatic and Somber

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Whoever said gray is boring doesn’t know what they’re talking about. While Gray is an understated color, it allows the car to speak for itself. This exudes a quiet confidence and allows the driver to focus on solving the things in life that really matter to them. This is a color for the no-nonsense utilitarians out there.

Red: Bold, Outgoing and Dynamic

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Someone needs to be the life of the party, why not you? There’s a reason most sportscars default to red as their primary color. If you want to turn heads on the road and make your presence known in more ways than one, a little red Corvette will do the trick.

Blue: Confident, Credible and Reliable

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People in authority wear blue, think about it. Why should a car be any different? While it won’t have the same aggressive energy that black brings to the table, blue is a much more approachable cousin. Why not get the best of both worlds?

White: Glamorous, Pristine and Direct

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If you’re a perfectionist, you’ll be drawn to the reflection of a shiny white vehicle. There’s a chic drama in white that makes you seem at home with the stars in Beverly Hills. The best things in life require a little extra work, why not celebrate that with a pearly white exterior?

Yellow: Youthful, Humorous and Warm

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What’s both glamorous and exciting? Gold, that’s what. Much like red, yellow has an infectious energy that makes you want to race off into the sunset. You don’t mind the extra attention and might even be a little cheeky about it. Whether you’re a new-age Gatsby in West Egg or a muscle enthusiast out to cruise on a Friday night, a golden exterior will light up your way.

Orange: Unique, Daring and Complex

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When you see an orange car on the road, you remember it. Few colors leave a lasting impression like orange. If you have an artistic soul longing to break free, allow the open road to be your canvas and an orange vehicle to be your paintbrush.

Green: Traditional, Trustworthy and Noble

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Racing green has a long history on the track, and its drivers know this. Someone who admires the ethos of tradition and heritage will find this color to be a subtle nod to history. If you’re looking to pay homage to what came before, then give the nod with green.

Purple: Bold, Exotic and Daring

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This one isn’t for the faint of heart. Purple is the color of royalty, but you already know that. Want to own the road and have everyone else pay attention? If you want to make a name for yourself, it might be time to dawn the look of kings and queens.
Cars are one of the biggest giveaways into what our personality might be. Whether you’re a stoic gray or an expressive orange, having a car color that speaks for your personality can work wonders in keeping your image cohesive. Have a different take on what these colors say about a person? Let us know in the comments.

Tyler Domecq

Tyler Domecq

From the Rocky Mountain blizzards of Wyoming to the desert sandstorms of Phoenix, Tyler has seen it all on the road. He has worked specifically within the automotive industry for two years. An avid fan of, and occasional actor in, the film industry, Tyler took an initial interest in cars after seeing the 1928 Rolls-Royce 40/50HP Phantom and Aston Martin DB5 on the big screen.