Pretty much no matter what car you find yourself behind the wheel of, there’s probably some type of stereotype that goes along with the owners who have come before you and try to buy that version of the car for themselves. While it might not necessarily be true for all of the owners of a particular model or even true at all but instead just an anecdote that has grown over the years and snowballed out of control, many of these stereotypes can be pretty funny. For example, in the Cadillac CTS-V community, I can’t really say that I have run into too many owners who are stuck up and narcissistic, however, that’s definitely one stereotype lingering around the community.
This time, we check out a little parody video that takes on this stereotype behind the CTS-V community and stretches it out to the max, giving our hero, Kyle, the opportunity to be the face of this stereotype as we take a ride along for a day in the life of this CTS-V owner which includes, but is not limited to Rolex maintenance and taking a trip to the bank where he would attempt and fail at withdrawing $100 million because of the ATM machine’s $800 limit. The following freak out would be one for the ages.
Follow along in the video below that takes us to the interior of this luxury machine to take a look at one car community stereotype that has really managed to come to life and be sure to tell us what you think of this rendition of a Cadillac CTS-V owner. After watching this video, be sure to sound off and tell us what other types of stereotypes come to mind when talking about one model of car or another. Also, what is the least true stereotype that you have found around the car community as relating to a group of enthusiasts?