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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by TheX, Apr 16, 2018.
Yes, there was a company that was literally called "Four Wheel Drive."
On the topic of unintentionally ironic car names, the Volkswagen Derby.
I'm just going to assume nobody said Le Car
Chevrolet Celebrity. Ironic name.
I'm not pulling your leg, it is actually called "Pistachio".
Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser
Slow as Windows Vista *Ba Dum Tss!*
Yes, it is a rebranded Beetle (well, not rebranded in terms of the manufacturer, but the model name).
Is it for a different market? That is usually where that kind of rebranding happens.
In some markets, the Beetle name is simply translated into a local language. Maggiolino is a version for Italy.
Nothing like a Dictator.
No. Honestly, this car is called Troll!
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Also, TH!NK city
Shuanghuan Noble (Pictured as a Wheego Whip/LiFe)
Though I prefer its secondary name: Shuanghuan Bubble
The Wikipedia article about the Noble refers to a 17.1 second 0-62 time as a "sprint" up to its 88MPH top speed.
Does this need explaining at all?
Miata is old high German for "reward". Quite a suitable name for the Mazda MX-5 IMO.
What the actual hell.