The women, who were aged between 21 to 40, picked the man sitting in the Bentley ahead of the same man in the Ford.
Dr Dunn admitted that his research could also be interpreted as evidence that women are shallower than men. I wanted to write a song about someone who was thick white trash, listening to Springsteen, and saying 'But our lives aren't like that'".
Jump to Women more attracted to men in expensive cars Men who drive expensive cars really are more attractive to women, according to a study by university researchers. He said: "There's a wide variety of evidence that does suggest that females are more influenced by wealth and status.
Dr Michael Dunn, of the University of Wales Institute in Llke, said it shows women rate a man higher if he is behind the wheels of a "fancy motor rather than in an old banger". I thought, people are going to be surprised by this. I thought it was really cute.
He said: "Let's face it - there's evidence to support it. They are known to have been played live as early as Lyrically, "Cars and Girls" is a comment on Bruce Springsteen 's use of romantic metaphors in his songs.
Steve McQueen producer Thomas Dolby declined to produce the song as he felt any producer could do the job as well or better than him. He said he was spurred by his own interest in evolutionary psychology along with the increasing of women buying so-called "high end" motors.
Dr Dunn, Grls admits to driving an old Ford Ka, will examine if high-status amature sex albany like expensive cars can help make up for "the attractiveness-diminishing effects of age. Despite the sentiments of the lyric, the song has been included on "driving rock" compilation albums such as Summer Cruisin'  and Top Gear 2: 36 Classic Driving Tracks.
Dr Dunn said his findings confirmed that women judge a man by his wealth and status whereas men are primarily concerned with what a woman looks like. An effigy of Bruce Springsteen made of matches with its head on fire adorns the single sleeve.
He said: "It appears that the stereotype of women being positively influenced by a man's status is true and, evolutionarily speaking, this makes sense. McAloon would describe himself as "shocked and stunned" at the song not being a hit, saying in a interview "I always liked that song.
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It is very ingrained and the evidence is not just anecdotal. How will they react to me having a bit of fun?
His research, in the latest edition of the British Journal of Psychology, also shows that men are more interested in a women's looks not her motor.