Monday, April 22, 2019

These Are the World's Most Instagrammed Cars in 2018


Insurance company Veygo has released some interesting statistics in the past including the most desired car brand and most desired supercar. Now, they’ve come up with yet another interesting study and this time, it deals with the world’s most Instagrammed car.

You can check out their methodology, here, but in gist, they limited it to models still in production. Then, Veygo looked at the two most popular hashtags and combined them to reach the total number of hashtag mentions. They’ve also excluded certain hashtags that may have multiple meaning such as “#Golf.”

Moving on, it’s no surprise that the classic American muscle car, the Ford Mustang takes the top spot as the World’s Most Instagrammable Car while second place goes to the Honda Civic. It’s worth noting though that for the study, Veygo separated the Civic and Civic Type R; but even when combined, they still fall short of the Mustang’s 11.947 million count.

Below is the list of Veygo’s 30 Most Instagrammed Cars as well as other vehicles we thought might be worth mentioning:

1. Ford Mustang – 11,947,872
2. Honda Civic – 7,402,365
3. Nissan GT-R – 7,019,123
4. BMW M3 – 5,817,457
5. Jeep Wrangler – 5,137,019
6. Chevrolet Camaro – 4,686,969
7. Chevrolet Corvette – 3,963,740
8. BMW M4 – 3,432,052
9. Lamborghini Aventador – 3,085,336
10. Audi R8 – 2,900,314
11. BMW M5 – 2,741,911
12. Subaru Impreza – 2,670,309
13. Chevrolet Silverado – 2,254,244
14. Lamborghini Huracan – 2,203,050
15. MINI Cooper – 2,131,312
16. Porsche Carrera – 2,077,459
17. Porsche 911 – 1,940,424
18. Honda Civic Type R – 1,834,422
19. Audi A4 – 1,591,794
20. Toyota Corolla – 1,492,653
21. Vauxhall Corsa – 1,423,252
22. Mazda MX-5 – 1,411,558
23. BMW M2 – 1,389,175
24. Audi S3 – 1,311,889
25. Volkswagen Golf – 1,266,535
26. Audi A3 – 1,263,839
27. Audi A1 – 1,236,227
28. BMW i8 – 1,143,190
29. FIAT 500 – 1,054,174
30. Audi TT-S – 1,033,764
41. Mercedes-Benz G-Class – 901,360 (Highest Ranked Mercedes-Benz)
47. Honda Jazz/Fit – 798,307
50. Mazda3 / Axela – 719,196
63. Toyota Supra – 468,620
82. Toyota 86 – 350,036
90. Honda CR-V – 300,124
93. Honda Brio – 284,857
95. Mazda CX-5 – 280,868
108. Subaru Forester – 203,106
111. Honda Mobilio – 198,817 (Highest Ranked Entry-Level MPV)
119. Toyota Hilux – 180,511
122. Toyota Avanza – 163,522
133. Nissan Navara – 136,434
135. Toyota Rush – 133,293
144. Toyota Rush – 114,877 (Highest Ranked 7-Seater PPV)
152. Honda BR-V – 101,434
154. Toyota Innova – 90,334
184. Ford EcoSport – 51,357

2 comments:

  1. Shouldn't the "Porsche Carrera" be counted in the "Porsche 911" numbers? After all, I assume this Carrera variant is a 911... unless stated otherwise (e.g. Carrera GT). If that's the case, the Porsche 911/Carerra should have 4,017,883 and placed 7th, displacing the Corvette.

    But that's just me. =P

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    1. We had to respect our source and there, they split the Carrera and the 911. But yes, perhaps in the greater scheme of things, they should be lumped together.

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