What Does Your Car Colour Tell About Your Personality
Colour psychology is a significant determining factor of human behaviour. So, here is what choice of different car colour reflects about your persona
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It is a known fact that choice of colour tells a lot about our personalities; how we react, how we feel, and how we perceive others. Same goes with choice of car colour.
Colour psychology is a significant determining factor of human behaviour.
So, here is what choice of different car colour reflects about your persona.
Shades of red signify that you are outgoing, aggressive, fun, vibrant, impulsive, determined and ambitious.
Those who ride a red colour car, sometimes tend to be restless also.
According to a media report, red is preferred slightly more than black at 7 per cent. Red along with the maroon shade together accounted for 11 per cent of the total car sales in 2013.
Black is a colour of power, elegance and sophistication, and is always timeless. If your car is black, you are dignified and striking without being showy.
People having black cars exude confidence and always make a statement.
White is associated with honesty, purity and elegance. It conveys freshness and contemporariness.
As per a report, published in The Economic Times, every 1 in 2 car sold in India is painted white, with the northern part of the country alone accounting for 66 per cent of the cars sold in that colour.
Though sometimes people confuse grey colour with silver, yet there’s a difference between the two.
While, a grey coloured car does not want to stand out, silver tends to be a little flashy. Grey car owners care less about status, and are tend to be calm, peaceful, and compromising people.
The driver of a silver coloured car appreciates innovation and modern conveniences.
There is a certain kind of warmness associated with blue colour. A blue car displays compassion, optimism, stability, honesty and serenity. The owner of a blue car has a strong sense of self and wisdom.
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