If you live in the UK you are most likely to have a white car, it is now the nation's most popular colour choice. Almost a quarter of cars registered in 2014 were this colour. The traditional association of the colour white with purity, as seen in white wedding dresses for centuries, is present here too. If you choose a white car it is likely because you prefer things to be pristine and in order. This means that white car owners probably have neat car interiors and like to keep things clean, which is a good thing since you can't hide any blemishes on a white car.
The UK's second most popular shade, black has connotations of power and elegance. The use of black sedans in Hollywood movies is no accident, the colour suggests an air of mystery and sometimes of menace. It is a classic colour choice, going back as far as the Model T Ford which was famously available only in black. So if you are after a classical, no-nonsense style then a black car is for you, be careful though because it can also suggest arrogance.
Cited by a third of all people in the UK as their favourite colour, it's surprising that there aren't more blue cars on the road. Interestingly, experts suggest that there is a difference in the type of drivers who choose a light blue car versus a darker blue. Light blues are fun, they are sociable and generally the kind of people that you would want to be friends with. Light blues are not afraid to be noticed on the road, standing out among the crowd. Dark blues, on the other hand, are thought to be much more confident. Their colour choice reflects a desire to be a credible authority figure, without the menacing undertones of a black car.