You’re single. You want a cool car to impress the ladies. Let’s stop right there, because what most women aren’t really impressed by are flashy paint jobs, giant spoilers and your clumsy clutch foot. On the contrary, much like how you must dress your age so to must your car be a symbol for your budding masculinity.
Dodge Challenger R/T
You don’t need to go so far as the SRT, she doesn’t care if it only has 372 horsepower and not 475 horsepower. The Challenger oozes stylish, masculine cool.
Stylish yet, understated. Sometimes showing off means not trying to show off.
VW Golf GTI
You’ve the European minimalist playboy thing going on here. Just don’t ruin it with a childish aftermarket exhaust or rims.
The 911 has midlife crisis all over it. It’s an old guy’s car. The Cayman says you won’t a Porsche, but didn’t feel the need to break the bank to over-compensate or impress.
As long as you’re not thumping terrible house music out of the trunk, the 2-series is a really sophisticate, stylish and understated ride.
Driving a Caddilac is like wearing Old Spice. Trust me.
The Mustang earns all of it’s points through brand recognition. Women know what a Mustang is and they’re excited to be in one. Steve McQueen-like cool is earned through GT status.