Carmakers love creating special editions, almost as much as they love giving them ridiculous names.
My X-type is too a real Jaguar prefers iOS:
It is a car not a version of Windows.
Scion used the god of gods to sell you this:
Suggested By: My X-type is too a real Jaguar, Photo Credit: Toyota
Introduced in late 1992, the Almighty slotted between the J's and Q's, offering options not available on J's, but not including all the standard features of Q's. So in this sense "almighty" meant "exactly mediocre." They did have a cool badge you can grab for $20, though.
Suggested By: PanchoVilleneuve: Model Citizen, Zero Discipline, Photo Credit: Nissan
This would be a great name if it was the Final Zonda F. Of course, that's not quite true...
Suggested By: McLarry, Photo Credit: Pagani
Minivans + kids + cartoons = profit. I get it, GM.
These came with a VHS player and integrated LCD screens.
Suggested By: Vertec, Photo Credit: General Motors
I must say, stupid name or not, it's still kind of cool...
That two-tone wonder was sort of the end of the PT Cruiser, and it says it all.
Suggested By: Kate's Dirty Sister, Photo Credit: Chrysler
Suggested By: MisterPuk, Photo Credit: Jeep
This is another case of a name that would be good if it were true. When these cars were sold they were speed-limited, meaning that you spent a ton of money for a World Record Edition that couldn't set a world record. Bugatti eventually fixed this.
Suggested By: Kookanoodles, Photo Credit: Bugatti
It was the Comanche Eliminator. Eliminating Comanches since 1986! Who thought this was a good idea? What about the "trail of tires" edition?
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