What car you should drive based on who you support in the Six Nations
Here at Veygo, we’ve been getting into the rugby-fuelled spirit of the Six Nations, and were wondering what car would represent each country. What car would your team be?
Wales – Volkswagen Camper Van
The Wales rugby team are currently on a winning streak with 12 consecutive wins. With rugby being the national sport of Wales, it’s easy to see why their fans are so passionate. The community spirit of the fans is extremely high, much like the community of those who own classic Volkswagen camper vans. #VWcamper
England – Land Rover
Land Rovers are strong and built to last and a force to be reckoned with, so are the England rugby team. Land Rovers are powerful cars because of their diversity; much like English rugby. With their powerful scrum, England are strong contenders for the Six Nations. English rugby has a rich history in its homeland, much like Land Rover’s history.
Scotland – Nisan leaf
Electric cars are the way forward, and much like Scotland rugby, they run well… only close to home but lose a bit of energy on long journeys. Everyone loves them all the same and they are proud of their successes (when its not against their own team!).
Ireland – Mercedes-Benz 4X4
Mercedes-Benz are consistently good cars and they won’t fail to disappoint you; much like Ireland’s rugby team. Both focus on style and practicality – getting better over time. Both dominate the field with Ireland being ranked #1 in the world just before the 2019 Six Nations, beating even the Tesla-like All Blacks.
France – Jaguar
France are stylish, and always donning a nice kit. While being a good team, however, they’re not the best. Jaguar is a nice, stylish luxury car but is no Aston Martin or Rolls Royce. France are falling in the world rankings, and so need a successful Six Nations in the build-up for the World Cup; but with two losses in the first three matches, it’s not looking good.
Italy – Vauxhall Corsa
Everyone loves their old, battered, first car. Even if they did regularly question how it was still running! Being 13th in the world (and playing against 3 of the top 4 teams in the world), it’s understandable that they have a high number of defeats in the six nations, but were always proud to see them keep going and all secretly excited to see Parisse’s record creeping nearer and nearer.