VOLVO owners have a high sex drive, a survey found — with more than half having a bunk-up in the “boxy” cars.
With a reputation for being sensible and safe, the Swedish-made motors are also roomy.
And 57 per cent of Volvo-driving Brits say they have taken full advantage of the interior space to rev things up with a partner.
Around 600,000 Volvos are sold every year in Britain. Meanwhile small Smart cars, with around 18,000 sold a year, are least popular for sex.
Just 15 per cent of owners said they had managed to “mess around” inside as they “didn’t have much room” to manoeuvre.
Across the United Kingdom, a total of 43 per cent said they had bonked in their cars, according to the survey of 2,000 motorists by insurance firm Tempcover.
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In the 1990 movie Crazy People, Dudley Moore stars as an advertising exec who has a breakdown and designs truthful ads. In one for Volvo he came up with: “Buy Volvos — they’re boxy, but they’re good.”
A spokesman for Tempcover said: “Cars aren’t sexy because they go fast. Their real appeal is providing a mobile space where secret intimacies can be exchanged.”