Porsche drivers most likelyto cheat on their wives

19th May 2004, Comments 0 comments

19 May 2004 , HAMBURG - Porsche drivers are more likely to cheat on their wives than men who own other car brands, according to a survey in Germany commissioned by a one-off glossy publication, Men's Car. The survey of 2,253 men and women found 49 percent of male Porsche drivers admitted to adultery, while the rate for BMW drivers was 46 per cent and for Ford pilots 44 per cent. The survey was conducted by the Gewis market-research agency. Among women, Audi drivers appeared most prone to hanky-panky, at 41

 19 May 2004

HAMBURG - Porsche drivers are more likely to cheat on their wives than men who own other car brands, according to a survey in Germany commissioned by a one-off glossy publication, Men's Car.

The survey of 2,253 men and women found 49 percent of male Porsche drivers admitted to adultery, while the rate for BMW drivers was 46 per cent and for Ford pilots 44 per cent. The survey was conducted by the Gewis market-research agency.

Among women, Audi drivers appeared most prone to hanky-panky, at 41 per cent, followed by BMW drivers at 39 percent. Among both sexes, drivers of General Motors' European brand, Opel, were the most faithful.

Men's Car, published in Hamburg, Germany, appeared in May in magazine format and was devoted to the lifestyle aspects of cars. There were no immediate plans to bring out subsequent issues.

DPA

Subject: German news 

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