Granted I did not buy a new car while in school, you can pull off a used older one if you really must have one. It would serve your itch for a few years. I, personally, had a car that was already paid off but it was pretty old at the time, like 7 years old. Served me well until about 1 to 2 years of real world work after graduation under my belt then I got myself the car I really wanted (that I could afford) at the time. Like they say, live like a student now and live like a doctor later...or live like a doctor now and live like a student after you graduate (piss poor).
2015 M4 Mineral Grey with SO
2013 Tesla Model S, 2010 RR Phantom, 2014 S550, 2014 BMW X5, 2015 Cayenne S platinum edition