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Discussion in 'Land' started by LJ74, May 1, 2020.
I know, right? My reaction to this post is lmao.
Any of these?
I think no, because these names sounds cute, but this car needs some agressive name.
What about Ibishu Ikigai?
fyi, Ikigai means "reason to live"
ooh i like that name
Okay obviously people care about the name, but I think we should wait for the car to be finished first before we think about names, well just be here all day otherwise.
I don’t mind what it’s lore name is because either way I’m only downloading the Silvia version, with real name aftermarket parts, which I cannot wait for, so I’m happy with whatever
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Okay, just an idea, I don’t mind if it’s not called this at all, I just thought of it before,
Raitoningu is Japanese for lightning, which is what the logo of the S15 is supposed to resemble.
Please don’t question the name of the Silvia again lol, it was designed to be a feminine car, however it ended up appealing more to men, which is even better
yes. very much yes.
i mean silvia doesnt sound agressive as well lol
imo camilla is good
But it's not an aggressive death machine car it's a sports car. As F2YS said, it should be more in the "sphere of suggestive seduction" which I agree with or it should be less sweet sounding. For example Scarlette sounds a bit more sporty than Camilla imo.
Kinda agree so i'll stick with it if I can't find anything else to use instead
I totaly agree with you.I think camilla sounds good.
Btw your pufferfish´s in profile pics are so funny,I cant stop laughing.
I plan to use the Ibishu Swiftsure but if you want to use then I don't mind.
what kind of name is that
"Raitoningu" is not "lightning" in actual Japanese, it is just how it would be pronounced written in Katakana.
But I like your idea and the actual translation of "lightning", which is "Inazuma", sounds even better in my opinion.
That does sound good actually. Maybe there could be little inscriptions of the katakana on the fenders. Might make a neat touch
LJ actually made a Valid pont: I could not name a japanese car that has a japanese name. Its almost always english...
First one that came to mind quickly was the Mitsuoka Orochi, that and a bunch of other Mitsuokas.
But it is very rare, yeah.
we need more hirochi's
soooo Hirochi Starlight