Audi drivers are most likely to cheat on their partners, a new survey claims.
The research was conducted by UK dating site IllicitEncounters.com, which specialises in helping promiscuous partners find like-minded husbands and wives.
The website surveyed its 800,000 members, out of which 22 percent said that they drive Audis, the Huffington Post reported.
The German brand was followed by fellow Teutonic makers BMW in second place (13.8 percent), Mercedes-Benz in third (8.7 percent), and Volkswagen in fifth (5.7 percent). Scandinavian maker Volvo was ranked fourth (7.6 percent).
In 2012, the site released a similar report, which found BMW drivers to be the most adulterous on the road.
The most faithful motorists appear to be those who drive Peugeots and Renaults, according to the report.