We all do it. We're driving around, and we see, say a Facel-Vega and we think: "Typical. I bet that's another licorice-chewing, harp-playing Dutchman in a Facel-Vega," and sometimes we're right. There are stereotypes for so many types of car owners that come up again and again, so we thought we should make a chart.
Stereotypes: vicious, unfair, and hurtful. And perpetrated by malicious onboard guidance systems like this one, which assumes you're a Francophone just because you make the nasally laugh-moan of a Frenchman cliché. You ought to be ashamed of yourself, voiture vilain.
For better or worse, certain kinds of cars attract certain kinds of people. Some vehicles don't carry a stigma, but a great many do. Want to know how society sees you? Here are ten commenter-chosen cars and their stereotypical drivers.