Author Topic: What about car names?  (Read 3815 times)

Mopower

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I think the American 2 could be called Detroit Automobile.

Maybe Detroit Pheonix, but that's really unimaginative.


The Phoenix one is a mothertrucking neat suggestion, but calling a car Automobile is the epitome of being unimaginative.

I really like this suggestion as well:
Hakosuka 1972 Coupé


My suggestions, based on the input of others:

AM1 = Detroit Superior ZS
AM2 = Chelios Impaler 0-5
AM3 = Sabre Chaser 68'
AM4 = Detroit Phoenix Reborn

EU1 = Torino Piccolo S
EU2 = Genk Sprint V6
EU3 = Lord Cavalier Mk III

AS1 = Yoko Hakosuka GT-x


And yeah, the name for the EU3 is bad, but I couldn't come up with something better at the moment...


Just add an e. Then it would be Lorde cavalier?

I mean, cavalier makes me think of a generic gm name.  (Who would've thought?) But lorde sounds like a fancy name for Euro cheap econobox lol
« Last Edit: May 13, 2016, 04:06:09 AM by Mopower »
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Zebulon55

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Just add an e. Then it would be Lorde cavalier?

I mean, cavalier makes me think of a generic gm name.  (Who would've thought?) But lorde sounds like a fancy name for Euro cheap econobox lol

How about Phord?

And I have referred to the cavalier as cadavelier.

the car sucked, the name sucked, but hey! they're running out of "C" names. Well, polite "C" names anyway. LOL

HyperXHyperX

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Just add an e. Then it would be Lorde cavalier?

I mean, cavalier makes me think of a generic gm name.  (Who would've thought?) But lorde sounds like a fancy name for Euro cheap econobox lol

Well, Ford is 'Murican. 'Lorde' kind of makes me think of the AAVE 'Oh lordy!' Then again, 'Lord', even more so then the rest of the list, is just a random blank filler.

Also, I just realised Cavalier is a name for an existing car.

And I have referred to the cavalier as cadavelier.

Not in this thread? Or am I getting blind in my old days?

Zebulon55

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And I have referred to the cavalier as cadavelier.

Not in this thread? Or am I getting blind in my old days?

No. Just in real life. Wasn't a fan of the Chevrolet Cavalier. lol