Can you trust your partner not to cheat? Well if they drive an Audi, probably not.
A new study has found Audi owners are more likely to cheat on their partners than drivers of any other car brand.
Conducted by UK dating site IllicitEncounter.com, the research (which surveyed all of the site’s 800,000 members) found German car owners are the most promiscuous.
Audi topped the list (22.2 percent of drivers likely to cheat), followed by BMW (13.8 percent), Mercedes-Benz (8.7 percent) and Volkswagen (7.6 percent).
Interestingly, the most faithful car brands are French, with those least likely to cheat driving Peugeots and Renaults.
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