Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries

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Ten Vehicles Which Have Different Names in Different Countries

If you have traveled the world, then it is likely that you have come across some cars which have different names than what you are used to in your country. There are many reasons why cars have rebadged very differently in various countries. The basic reason is that nothing is lost during the translation process. Also, various countries have different languages which can be interpreted differently in another country. The following cars have different names in their countries.

 

1. Chevrolet Spark or Opel Karl

These automobiles are not identical in style, Opel Karl shares overall design, and underpinnings with Chevrolet Spark. However, the subcompact is solid under the name Vauxhall Viva in the United Kingdom. The main reason why the name is different is that to sound more appealing to the people in that region.


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2 thoughts on “Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries”

  1. You forgot to mention Mitsubishi Pajero (Asian version) and Mitsubishi Montero ( American version). FYI, Pajero is considered derogatory word, meaning “someone who je*ks off” so it was renamed Montero.

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