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For example, take the Dodge Viper (especially the generation 1 version) which looked remarkably reminiscent of this venomous snake species without looking too tacky.
Before your eyes wander towards the complete list of cars with animal names below; test yourself and see how many cars that you can think of that have animal names.
Everyone loves disco, it's Italian for "flying saucer," and it's fun to say.
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Barracuda (Plymouth) Beetle (Volkswagen) Bison (Chevrolet) Blackhawk (Stutz) Bluebird (Datsun) Bobcat (Mercury) Bronco (Ford) Cavelier (Chevrolet) Charger (Dodge) Cheetah (Chevrolet) Cobra (Shelby, Ford) Colt (Mitsubishi) Cougar (Mercury) Eagle (AMC) Firebird (Pontiac) Fox (Audi, Volkswagen) Gazelle (Singer) Honey Bee (Datsun) Hornet (Hudson, AMC) Impala (Chevrolet) Jaguar Lark (Studebaker) Leon (Seat) Marlin (AMC) Mustang (Ford) Pinto (Ford) Puma (Ford) Rabbit (Volkswagen) Ram (Dodge) Raptor (Ford) Road Runner (Plymouth) Robin (Reliant) Sable (Mercury) Scorpian (Grinnall) Skylark (Buick) Spider (Alfa Romeo, Mc Laren, Ferrari, Fiat) Stag (Triumph) Stingray (Chevrolet Corvette) Sunbird (Pontiac) Super Bee (Dodge) Thunderbird (Ford) Tiger (Sunbeam) Viper (Dodge) Wasp (Hudson) White Eagle (Kissel) Wildcat (Buick) 1.
And while it’s unlikely that any automotive marketer has ever bestowed a name on a car with the express intention of scaring buyers, here are five that are, well, kinda scary.
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