Turns out the animal kingdom doesn't see cars the same way we do.
Cars make for great plot additions to just about any idea because of how versatile they are. As devices that are an integral part of modern society, cars affect our lives, but what about the lives of animals? Animals tend to see things differently than people do, both literally and figuratively. While some creatures may focus on color, others pay attention to the menacing shapes, like that of a crouched Bugatti Veyron that, at least to the human eye, appears much more ready to attack than the red Chevy sedan next to it.
To test out which car is more appealing to the animal kingdom, YouTuber Saigon Yalcin procures a compact red Chevrolet. It’s competition? None other than a blacked out Bugatti Veyron. To us humans, the winner of the debate is unquestionably the hypercar, which is more expensive, attractive, powerful, rare, and luxurious than the Bowtie-badged cry for help.
However, the animal kingdom sees things a bit differently. Maybe it’s because the Chevy pollutes less than the 8.0-liter Bugatti, but our guess is that the red Chevy looks warmer and more appealing to animals, like a crisp apple rather than a piece of black licorice. Even man’s best friend opts for the Chevy, but we suspect it’s because, as a social creature, a dog relishes the idea of packing the car full of friends for a cruise rather than a solo high speed adventure. On the other hand, the cat and its more selfish person opts for the Bugatti, reinforcing every stereotype about the feline species. At the end of the cavalcade of animalistic humor, a clear yet unexpected winner is chosen.