Others names of cars

Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Peterkragger_PL, Feb 9, 2017.

  1. Peterkragger_PL

    Peterkragger_PL
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    My idea is other names of cars

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    Ibishu Covet - Hirochi 1500 (luxury version) (Japan) Covet (USA)

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    Bruckell LeGran - Gavril LeGran (Europe)


    Hirochi Sunburst - Ibishu Pessima (budget edition)

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    Ibishu Pessima (old and new) - Hirochi Pessima (luxury version) (Japan) Sunburst (USA)

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    Ibishu 200BX - Hirochi 200BX (luxury version) (Japan and USA)
     
  2. Slammington

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    This is quite interesting, but I don't think it makes much sense: bruckell and gavril are two completely different brands (like GM to Ford), and so are Hirochi/Ibishu (I would say Hirochi is subaru/mitsubishi/toyota-esque while Ibishu is Nissan/Honda), it wouldn't make much sense to see the same car badged as a Ford and a Chevy, or the same car being sold as a Nissan and Mitsubishi, unless the car is made in collaboration from two brands such as the Subaru BRZ/Toyota GT86
     
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  3. rocksim

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    Gavril = Bruckell as Chevy = Buick if you're smelling what I'm stepping in
     
  4. DARGINEC

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    Ibishu elegant
     
  5. FX04

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    Maybe, Bruckell D-Series is more logically, because the D-Seriesis the '88 Chevy Silverado?
     
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