‘The Office’: Your Favorite Character’s Daily Drivers

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The Office wasn't a highly rated show when it first aired on NBC, but it has become a cult favorite in recent years. A show about an office full of unique personalities is something that many people can relate to. Naturally, people became interested. Office fans also tend to have favorite characters who they enjoy most.
On the show, the characters all had different cars that they drove, with different car brands represented by the vehicles. In most cases, the car a character drove suited his or her personality. Here's how the characters are connected with their cars.
Close shot of a mouse, coffee mug, pen, and computer sitting on a stack of papers.
If you are a fan of ‘The Office’ you’ll love learning about these cars.

Michael Scott on ‘The Office’, 2004 Chrysler Sebring convertible

Art of Gears takes a look at a few Office characters and their vehicles of choice. Michael Scott, the boss of the Scranton office, drove a silver 2004 Chrysler Sebring convertible. The Sebring gives you the flash and style you would expect from a convertible. It also adds the room and sensibility of a sedan with four seats instead of two.
According to Bustle, Scott has an ENTJ personality, which means he is extroverted and a natural leader. That is the type of personality you would expect to find of a convertible driver. 
Convertibles tend to stick out when you see them driving down the road so, like extroverts, people who drive them want to be seen. 

Dwight Schrute, 1987 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

Dwight Schrute drove a maroon 1987 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am on The Office. With a 5.0-liter V8 TPI engine that could go 0 to 60 mph in 7.9 seconds, it was a decent muscle car in its day. By the standard of comparable cars today, however, the '87 Firebird Trans Am is kind of underwhelming. Modern muscle cars have much more juice to them than Schrute's older model has.
As a paper salesman for Dunder-Mifflin, Schrute fits with a past-its-prime muscle car. Being an INTP, he is obsessed with logic and he likes to have a set routine. 
You could call Schrute's life fairly mundane, which is a good way to describe a Firebird that is more than 30 years old. It was a nice car when it was new, but now it's more mundane compared to what you find in newer vehicles.

Jan Levinson on ‘The Office’, Porsche Boxster

Scott's former boss and one-time girlfriend, Jan Levinson drove a Porsche Boxster on The Office. A luxury sports car, it's a vehicle for someone who wants the flashiness of a convertible and the prestige of driving a Porsche. It's perfect for someone who wants to be seen in a convertible while making sure people know you can afford a luxury car.
One of the biggest personalities at Dunder-Mifflin, Levinson is an ENTP who is ambitious and likes to engage people. The Boxster is a good fit for an ambitious person because to be able to afford it, you have to be ambitious and successful–which Levinson is. 
Her need for engaging people goes back to the idea of wanting to be seen when out driving in a Porsche convertible, engaging their attention when they see you driving by.
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