You are what you eat. You are what you live with. Are you what you drive? What do those wheels say about you? Mini Personality Type: Euro Hipster The updated classic is strictly for the under-5’9” set — unless you’re going for that overgrown Shaq-on-a-trike look. Screams “I lived in Europe for a bit,” so it’s best if you have. Karmann Ghia Personality Type: Unabashed Retrophile So cool it’s almost uncool: can betray an owner’s self-consciously cool coolness. If you’re lucky, it says, “I’m like James Dean.” If you’re not, it says, “I’m like Jon Favreau.” Cadillac Personality Type: Your Nana/Your Pimp Known alternately as the ultimate granny-mobile and the mac-daddy Caddy, these wheels truly straddle a great divide. Still, with night vision, OnStar, and other such luxuries, you can see why the appeal is broad. Cabrio Personality Type: Single, Very White Female A real graduation-gift-from-Daddy car, the Cabrio repels testosterone like a fuchsia fanny pack. Also spied on many a movie lot, it’s very “actress who auditions.” Ford F-150 Personality Type: Manly Man What Jon Bon Jovi is going for on Ally McBeal and John Corbett perfected on Sex and the City: the tough guy with a gooey center. To that end, the truck bed of the F-150 is useful for both hauling drywall and late-night stargazing. BMW 3-Series Personality Type: He Who Tries Too Hard For the lower end of the label-conscious crowd. Smacks of “I’m not the Big Guy; I work for him.” Bentley Personality Type: “I’m Rich and You’re Not!” Another classic that’s been appropriated by some of hip-hop’s finest (P. Diddy, for one), the Bentley announces just how flush you are. Subtlety not a prerequisite for ownership. Mercedes-Benz G500 Personality Type: Celebrity with Inability to Multitask The installed Motorola V60 automatically mutes the stereo when it rings, ensuring the continued safety of high-profile drivers like John Leguizamo, Julianne Moore, Kyle MacLachlan, and Ray Liotta. Toyota Prius Personality Type: Celebrity Tree-hugger Those who want to make a contribution, but just aren’t used to spending so little for a car, may want to follow Leo’s lead and buy two. Roll on.