We’ve had a lot of fun on this journey through the topsy-turvy world of cars and their names, haven’t we? Sadly, all good things must come to an end. Before the automotive name of thrones rolls its closing credits, let’s take a look at the awkward bits and pieces swept off the cutting room floor. You’ve chimed in with some great suggestions in the comments, and it’s thanks to you (yes, you specifically) I’ve got a list of things that either didn’t fit into other categories or I simply ‘forgot’. Here, in no particular order, are a bunch of loose ends helping prove just how wobbly the practice of naming cars, sharing cars, or trying to force unsuitable cars to fit difficult markets can get. This week, we’re sweeping all the loose ends off the cutting room floor. One of the most important aspects of this project was the input and cooperation of carmakers in helping us tell their stories. It wasn’t possible for every brand to tell us its story, but I posed the question to plenty. Most didn’t respond to my requests for gritty details about their backstories. History, it seems, is something they keep in a basement… Read full this story
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