Let's get one thing out of the way, if your main photo is a picture of your vehicle, no one is swiping right for you.
There are many, many different types of guys out in the real world, but those types can be narrowed down when it comes to the types of guys on dating apps.
The first type, the stereotypical frat star. You know who I'm talking about. His bio says something like "University Name/State where he's from/Greek Letters" and then a couple of spaces down it says his height, just as long as he's over six feet tall. His pictures include him standing in front of an american flag pinned up on a wall with a bud light in his hand, a picture of him and his frat brothers holding up a "1" with their fingers while holding a budlight, and a picture of him from his formal where he's dressed nicely. This boy may be cute buuuut 10/10 times he's not worth your time.
The next type, the fisherman. His only pictures are him holding up a goddamn fish. You're outdoorsy and your bio also let's us know that, reading something like, "fishing is my number one passion. Message me if you like the outdoors and are down for a good time." This guy likes fishing more than he'll ever like you and probably only listens to country music in his pickup truck.
Another type is the military guy. First off, thank you for serving our country. We can tell that you're in the military because all of your pictures are you in uniform and your info says something along the lines of, "Murica, guns, beer, and tattoos." This boy may be a fuck boy, buuuuuuuut he's probably going to be polite about it, or just be super blunt in his first message and then you'll go ghost and he'll get offended.
Another one is the boy holding a blunt in his main photo. I see you, your future employer sees you. Your bio probably even reads something like, "4/20 friendly" with a maple leaf emoji, as if we couldn't already tell that from your pictures. Thank you for your bio, otherwise we would be lost. This guy probably messages you inappropriate pick up lines that he thinks are funny, but are actually offensive and degrading.
Then there's the artsy guy. His pictures can vary from an artsy out door pic, to a picture that's slightly blurry of him with a PBR can, to a picture of him sitting outside playing the guitar, to a picture of him taking a picture of something with a real life camera (this is my personal fav). His info probably includes some pop culture references or something about dad jokes. He probably won't offend you, so that's a plus.
The next is the guy who loves his abs. How do I know he loves his abs? BECAUSE HIS ABS ARE IN EVERY. SINGLE. PICTURE. The first picture is probably a mirror pic (classic) and the next could range from a beach pic, to more mirror pics, to him just with his shirt off in any environment. His bio probably reads something like "gym, EDM, repeat." If you wanna swipe right, don't. His abs aren't worth it.
Last but not least, is the boy with a dog. He has a dog, so you probably swipe right, and that's reasonable. His other pictures probably aren't as cute as the first due to the absence of the doggo, but maybe, juuust maybe you'll get to meet his dog if you suffer through his boring conversation for a couple of days.