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Vehicle Names I'd Like to See in Upcoming Years

Updated on October 4, 2012
It's no secret that names of most vehicles are designed to convey an image of macho, speed, or elegance. Such examples might include "Ram Charger." "Fury," or "Galante." I think the brainiacs who pick the names for new vehicles are ignoring the more dainty buyers, and have totally missed out on a market segement. Obviously, not many guys would drive a car called "The Pink Lady." but I am willing to bet that lots of women would (and they would never need to worry about their husbands or boyfriends driving their cars.)

MG Midget Spanner

This is a Spanner Wrench from a '69 MG Midget, which is a good example of an automotive name that is NOT traditional.
This is a Spanner Wrench from a '69 MG Midget, which is a good example of an automotive name that is NOT traditional. | Source

My Suggestions

So, you may be wondering, what great new car names might I think up for the upcoming model years. Well, I have some ideas that would be less fast, less macho, and less elegant. So: here is my list.

1. C***y Canary

2. S*****u Sissy Wagon

3. C********c Crumbsweeper

4. D****e Drag Queen

5. P*****c Powder Puff

6. R****s R****e Cranberry Compote Convertible

7. V********n Vanilla Bean

8. B*W Buzzard

9. J**p Junebug.

10. M*******i Mothball

Leave some comments with your own suggestions for vehicle names for the upcoming model years. Maybe some automobile marketing brainiac will see your idea and fall in love with it. You never know when one of those experts might go gaga over something un-macho like the P*****c Pickle Barrel or the C***y Curry Surrey.


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      John Fisher 4 years ago from Easton, Pennsylvania

      @greatstuff-Thanks for you comment. I doubt if automakers would every be so bold as to name cars that are geared toward a ladies market. But, who knows.

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      Mazlan 4 years ago from Malaysia

      These are 'brave' names for car makers to use & not sure if they dare use them. Japanese, Korean and Chinese car makers have the tendency to named their cars for the Asian markets with names like Nissan Latio, Cherry, Camry, City etc that are not so macho, as you had described earlier. Then you have the classic, VW Beetle!