The fine folks over at Car & Driver ran the numbers to determine the unofficial cars for each of the 50 states. They did so by figuring out which car in each state sells disproportionately higher than the national average.
For instance, in Florida three models of Rolls Royce (Phantom, Ghost, and Wraith) all sell at more than three times the national average, but the BMW 760 actually sells at 623% the national average, making it the unofficial car of Florida. Across the nation up in Washington state the Nissan Leaf, an electric vehicle with zero balls, sells at 407% above the national average. You get the point, right?
Well, over on Car & Driver’s blog they determined the unofficial cars for all 50 states. Below is a map showing all 50 (you can click through to see it in higher resolution), but to see the methodology and detailed info on each state you can follow that link above and head on over to Car & Driver:
Click on through that image to see the map in higher res or follow this link above to see detailed information on the car for your state!