Young people are the most impressed by expensive cars and are the most likely to think that how expensive your car is impacts on your perceived levels of attractiveness, according to a new survey.
Many people have considered buying a flash, expensive car to help recapture their youth or impress the opposite sex, but not everyone is so easily won over.
While overall, 69 percent of UK adults think that your car makes no difference to how attractive you are, those in the 18-24 age appear to be more easily influenced by car choice, with 33 percent saying that expensive cars make one more attractive. Likewise, in the 25-34 age bracket, 24 percent think that car choice makes a difference. The results come from a survey of 2056 adults.
Overall, just 13 percent thought that an expensive car made a difference, but the older and wiser age groups were clearly less easily impressed, with the 65+ age bracket the least likely to say it mattered; 79 percent voting that the car doesn't affect attractiveness at all.
What do you think? Can the right car increase a person's level of attractiveness? Do you feel more attractive in your car?