Yeah, kinda... Bf and I are late 20s, no kids yet. Like the OP, I feel like our gender roles distribution was a bit accidental. He takes care of car issues because it's his car, and probably because he actually learned more about car maintenance growing up (my dad wasn't very handy and we didn't have a garage so he just took it to the dealership). Bf also loads the car for trips and does more driving (I'll help carry things of course, but I've found me giving suggestions on trunk-Tetris does not go well). He puts things in carport storage ave takes them down because he's taller/stronger. This is pretty rare.
I'm weird and actually kind of like washing dishes, so I do those. I also have more clothes I'm finicky about being laundered in specific ways (not washed together, not put on the dryer, hand washed, etc) so I do most sorting, but he'll take loads out to the laundry room, and fold with me (sometimes :/ ). We both grocery shop, usually together, and cook based on what we're making. Tacos, roasts, sometimes pasta, any soups/dishes he comes up with are on him. I make chicken, vegetables/sides, salads, baking. I've recently decided to not let him cook steaks or stir fry because he overcooks both, not sure if he's noticed yet. He vacuums, but doesn't always get the dust bunnies in the corners that bother me, so sometimes I redo it. ;)
Financially, we still keep it mostly separate, but I typically reconcile the household expenses and declare the totals every month. He does his taxes first, though, so I expect that will eventually become his job based on motivation.
We absolutely both believe we need to come to a consensus or compromise on household decisions.
If I have an issue with our spilt, it's primarily about initiative/awareness. Not every time, but frequently, him cooking requires me to say "hey can you make tacos/the roast/whatever tonight". I can't remember the reverse ever happening. Insert similar for most in-house chores. This really isn't a huge deal now, but I do worry about the dynamic going forward, with kids, house, etc. But I guess I know I'm not alone in this...a number of articles I've read come to mind, including one titled "Why I don't ask my husband to help anymore" (because it's not helping, it's fulfilling your responsibility as an adult in the household!)