Our natural instinct is to categorize things based on what we experience, see and hear. This process is commonly referred to as profiling or stereotyping. Whether we admit it or not, we've all done it before. Because of how our brains are programmed to function, we tend to associate different items with different people and feelings.
Recently, Part Catalog analyzed this habit of profiling individuals. The website, an accessory marketplace for cars and trucks, is behind the "What Your Car Says About You" project. In this case, they specifically looked at how people view other drivers. One thousand motorists were surveyed to find out what types of characteristics they attribute to owners of popular car models.