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Flirt killers at the traffic lights: according to a survey, only one in ten would speak to the driver of a hippie bus at the traffic light.

Source: © Marvy! / CORBIS

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Not a unique selling point: only 15.1 percent of those surveyed get in a flirtatious mood when a Smart is next to them at the traffic light. Men react much more openly (23.4 percent) als women (10.1 percent).

Source: dpa

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THE family car par excellence: anyone who drives a VW Passat station wagon is addressed by just 16.2 percent of those surveyed.

Source: A3500_Fotoreport_VW_Volkswagen_A

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The new Porsche 911 GT3 is a great car – the flirtation factor, however, is rather mixed (22.6 percent)

Source: Porsche

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Anyone who drives a Ferrari has a lot of horsepower under the hood. He will not necessarily find many partners while waiting at the traffic lights (22.6 percent).

Source: dpa

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Sporty city runabout: On average, every fourth person gets into a flirtatious mood when they see a Mini. The rate for men (40.9 percent) is significantly higher than for men Women (11.9 percent).

Source: Thomas_Geiger

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One in four would like to speak to someone next to them at the traffic light – provided that they drive a small car like Renault’s Twingo.

Source: Renault

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24.5 percent of those surveyed said they would like to flirt with the driver of a VW Beetle at the traffic lights.

Source: info@helga-lade.de

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With expensive sleds like the E-Class Coupe from Mercedes, men in particular make an impression on women (34.2 percent). The reverse is only true to a limited extent (13.2 percent).

Source: Daimler

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Powerful flirtation magnet: According to a survey by ElitePartner, anyone who drives a jeep is approached by around a third of all respondents.

Source: AP

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No old iron: Anyone who drives a vintage car (here a Borgward) has a good chance of being flirted with by the next man (38.4 percent).

Source: Okapia

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And the winner is … the convertible from BMW (here the new Z4). 41 percent of all respondents said they would prefer to flirt with the driver of such a sports car, when it stops at a red light.

Source: BMW

Red is the color of love – also at Germany’s traffic lights. As the survey of a large Internet contact exchange shows, women prefer to flirt with men in BMW convertibles while waiting. On the other hand, those who drive a hippie bus have poor chances. But men’s preferences are different.

R.ote traffic lights are annoying – but also an opportunity for a little flirt in between. You have a particularly good chance if you are behind the wheel of a BMW convertible. 46.5 percent of the women surveyed said they liked to flirt with drivers of this model while waiting. Conversely, small cars provide their female drivers with plenty of male contact (40.9 percent). These are the results of a survey by the Internet exchange ElitePartner.de among more than 4000 participants.

On the other hand, minibuses with a hippie look have a turn-off for both sexes. Only one in ten is interested in trying to approach the traffic light when such a flower power vehicle stops next door, regardless of the gender of the driver. Vehicles that look particularly masculine seem to be jeeps and vintage cars. Over 40 percent of women prefer to address the drivers of such large or old road cruisers. Men, for their part, are into the drivers of sporty BMW convertibles (33.2 percent).

What takes a long time is finally good: with the VW Beetle a real dinosaur of the street has pushed itself into the middle of the survey values. On average, one in four survey participants gets into a flirtatious mood at the traffic lights when they see a beetle next to them.

Drivers of newer models such as the Smart from Mercedes, however, are less popular. A meager 15.6 percent said that the little city runabout encouraged them to make contact – the second worst value. Among women, only one in ten feels attracted to men behind a smart tax.

Noble cars from Mercedes or bulky jeeps appeal to women – but conversely, they hardly develop an attractive effect. Only 13.2 and 14.1 percent of the men surveyed stated that they were with women in Jeeps or Mercedes models wanting to flirt.

The effect is mirror-inverted in small cars such as the Twingo from Renault or the new Mini out. While 40 percent of men showed interest, only one in ten women responded to men in small cars.

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