Why is it that the best cars come with the most boring names nowadays?
What should it be called instead? GT86, like in Europe.
We get it. The US has Scion, and the GT86 is the Toyota version's name. But damn it, it's the same bloody car, and while 86 actually has some retro callback meaning in Toyotanese, FR-S is just confusing.
What should it be called instead? The 2002. Everybody gets that.
BMW X6M50D. BMW M235i. BMW M666XYZ Gran Coupe. Just get over it.
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What should it be called instead? The Senna.
The horsepower+letter formula of the 650S is way too boring for such a car.
What should it be called instead? Impala.
This should be the Impala, the current Impala should be something else.
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What should it be called instead? Quoris, like it is in the rest of the world.
This whole letter+number scheme should stay in Germany.
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What should it be called instead? I guess a Lexus.
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What should it be called instead? F70. No nonsense.
What should it be called instead? Fleetwood.
Cadillac deserves better than alphanumerics.
What should it be called instead? Avoiding names of actual explosives would be a start.
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What should it be called instead? Go back to the G-series, or pick up the concept car names. Kuraza sounds cool, right?
You have no idea what all the Q-nonsense is, we have no idea, and Johan De Nysschen had no idea either. That's why he is at Cadillac now, cooking up more terrible names.
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