The Car Your Favorite ‘Game of Thrones’ Character Would Drive (Ya Know, If Westeros Had Automobiles)
We have so many questions about Game of Thrones. Namely, how will it end? Oh, and what’s the deal with Qarth? And also, what kind of car do you think Jon Snow would drive? Since we can’t guess how it will end—and we’ll never know what the deal is with Qarth—we can at least *try* to answer that last question. Here, the cars our favorite GoT characters would drive if Westeros had cars.
(*Spoiler alert through Season 7*)
The King in the North needs something suitable for winter weather. But since Jon's not a flashy guy, his car would be understated, like a Range Rover Velar by Land Rover. It’s a luxurious car that looks rugged, not pretentious. But it would still need the highest trim level for all the bells and whistles to make his drive easier. Because, let’s face it: He knows nothing.
Poor Theon. Damn you, Theon! Aw, you're sweet, Theon. Good for you, Theon! We've gone through just about every emotion with this guy. We never know if he's going to do the right thing or the cowardly thing, so he needs a car that doesn't make a huge statement, something subtle like the Nissan Sentra.
Sam's a Maester and a family man. Wanting the best for Gilly and Little Sam, he'd be driving a car that's the ultimate in safety and sensibility, like the Honda Odyssey.
Arya “A Girl Is No One” Stark would need a fast, nimble car like the Mazda MX-5 Miata—it’s the Needle of cars. And she'd definitely need a convertible so she could change the look of her car along with the look of her face.
The Three-Eyed Raven should clearly be driving a Tesla Model S with autopilot features, duh. Since he tends to fall into a trance, he'll need those autonomous driving features—especially with Hodor out of the picture (RIP, Hodor).
Sansa is strong and capable, and she's been through a hell of a lot. But she also likes the finer things in life. She belongs in the powerful yet pretty Kia Stinger. The car name suits her new-found bite as well.
Let's face it, Cersei would never actually drive a car herself. She'd be driven around. Probably by the Mountain. And the Mountain would need something big. Hence: the stately Rolls-Royce Phantom. In royal purple, of course.
We’re not quite sure what to make of Jamie. He's the former naughty twin brother prone to pushing young boys out of towers and sleeping with his sister. But he’s also shown himself to be an honorable knight with a moral code. He should have a car that reflects his “Kingslayer” image but is also reliable, like the badass Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster.
Arguably everyone’s favorite character, Tyrion uses his intelligence and wit to overcome the prejudices he faces. And now he’s Hand of the Queen. Well, one of the queens, at least. To show up everyone who's done him dirty, Tyrion would drive a brilliant, flashy car, like the Porsche Boxster.
First of Her Name, The Unburnt, Breaker of Chains, and all that jazz. Daenerys needs a car that impresses. The Mother of Dragons would definitely choose something that at least looked a bit like a dragon, like this red Lamborghini Murcielago.
The chosen Commander of the Unsullied would drive a Ford Mustang. It's powerful, but not ostentatious. It's also a romantic road trip car, great for whisking Missandei away for the weekend. If only you could get to Naath via road.
The supreme leader of the White Walkers has been around since the “age of First Men.” He'd be driving a car that demonstrates his power, but he'd care more about performance than looks. How about a great off-road truck like the Toyota Tundra? You know, because he brings the tundra wherever he goes.