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Top 7 attributes projected by driving a Mustang Cobra
(out of 218 attributes tested)

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Rank
out of
436 cars
3
13
17
18
22
22
22
professional hot speed freak happy fast nice original 

Top 7 attributes avoided by driving a Mustang Cobra
(out of 218 attributes tested)

Rank
out of
436 cars
408
403
394
393
389
382
381
sensible frugal affluent conventional practical injured passive 

How it works: Raw data are obtained using the yahoo search engine.
The strength of an attribute is calculated as the percentage of web pages that contain an attribute out of all web pages containing a car model.
The green bars represent the rank above the median for each of Mustang Cobra's attributes. The red bars represent the rank below the median.

See what other attributes can be communicated by driving a Mustang Cobra!

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