Look Back Quotient (LBQ)

1987 BMW 535is E28 "Vlad"

Look Back Quotient (LBQ) is a measure of how attractive a car is to the car’s owner. A car with a high LBQ will increase the car owner’s propensity to look back at their car after parking it.

Examples of cars with high LBQ:

Examples of cars with low LBQ:


  1. Chuck Lyons says:

    Corvettes. However, the front wheels have to be slightly angled…

  2. Andrew says:

    LBQ applies to software just as much as cars…Or anything else.
    20 years after first glance, LBQ on my wife of 10 years remains extremely high.

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