Car Type Based On Your Myers-Briggs ResultsLast Updated August 4, 2019
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) tests can tell you a variety of things about your life, including the best car for you to drive. Depending on where you lie on the scale, you could be anywhere from our favorite, a Ford Mustang, to a Volkswagen Bus, to an Audi A8 and more! There's truly only one way to find out! If you don’t know where you fall on the scale, take the test and come back. It’s OK, we’ll wait.
Now that you know what your Myers-Briggs category is, on to the list!
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INTJ – The Architect
You’re a person who’s filled with imagination and new ideas, and you always have a plan for everything. What better car than a Jeep Wrangler? It’s the perfect plan for when you inevitably end up off the beaten path.
INTP – The Logician
You need to know everything, and love learning every bit of information you can get your hands on. A Toyota 4Runner is the perfect all-climate vehicle to accompany you on all of your knowledge-seeking adventures.
ENTJ – The Commander
You’re the epitome of the word leader – bold, strong-willed and willing to find a way no matter what it takes. There’s no better car for you than the car that’s doing the same thing to the automotive industry. Hop behind the wheel of a Tesla and let the world know that no matter how much they try to push you down, you’re going to come out on top in the end.
ENTP – The Debater
You have a fun personality and never apologize for being yourself, but at the same time you can never turn down an intellectual challenge. A Smart Car is the perfect match for you. It’s fun but functional, kind of like you.
INFJ – The Advocate
You may sit at the back of the crowd, but that doesn’t stop you from inspiring others with your performance and idealism. A quiet ride like the one provided by the VW Touareg TDI is the best car for a person like you.
INFP – The Mediator
You’re a poet at heart, someone who finds all the beauty in the world but won’t hesitate to fight for a good cause if you find one. Tap into some well-earned nostalgia with a Volkswagen Bus. There’s nothing quite like it, just like there’s no one quite like you.
ENFJ – The Protagonist
You are the hero of your story, the leader that everyone looks up to and the speaker that can mesmerize their audience with their voice. Get their attention with a Range Rover Sport.
ENFP – The Campaigner
You’re a free spirit who enjoys being creative and finds a reason to smile, no matter the circumstances. What car makes you – and everyone around you – smile more than a VW Beetle? Its fun, it’s functional and it inspires giggles – and a few punch-buggies – wherever it goes.
ISTJ – The Logistician
Facts are your currency, and everyone around you always refers to you as reliable and trustworthy. What better car to match your own ineffable reliability than a Toyota Prius? It might not be flashy, but it will always be there when you need it.
ISFJ – The Defender
The core of your being is dedicated to protecting the ones you love and others around you. The best car for you is embodied in the reliability and safety provided by the Ford Expedition. It’s not fancy or flashy, but it will make sure you get where you’re going safely.
ESTJ – The Executive
Just because you’re the first choice for management doesn’t mean you need some dowdy car to carry you around. Enjoy a little bit of style with the Audi A8, which is the perfect match for your stylish, professional personality.
ESFJ – The Consul
You love to be social, and have a great group of friends to spend time with or lean on. You’re always prepared for what life has to throw at you, so what better cars for someone like you than a classic Ford F-150? Besides, everyone needs a friend with a truck.
ITSP – The Virtuoso
You love working with your hands and experimenting with new and exciting techniques and practices. What better car for the MBTI than a classic Chevy Camaro? Restoring it is a great exercise, and you get the pleasure of driving it around once you’re done
ISFP – The Adventurer
You are always up for an adventure. There’s nothing quite like forsaking the road for whatever is waiting just beyond the beaten path, and it’s sometimes the best place to find your artistic inspiration. A Land Cruiser is the best car to carry you wherever your heart may want to go.
ESTP – The Entrepreneur
You’re smart, and you know it, but you’re also extremely perceptive and can’t get enough of living on the edge. A sexy little car like the Porsche Boxster is the perfect vehicle to showcase all of that, while showing off a little in the process.
ESFP – The Entertainer
You can never get enough of life, and revel in being spontaneous. You need a car that can keep up with your need for adventure, and there’s nothing that screams adventure quite like the Ford Mustang. You’ve got plenty of power under the hood and a look that no one will soon forget.
Now you’ve got a good idea of what car is best for your Myers-Briggs personality. Whether you let this influence your next car purchase is totally up to you, but we won’t tell anyone if you do.
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