Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries

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2. Opel Ampera-e/Chevrolet Bolt

The opera Ampera-e is the German twin of Chevrolet Bolt. It has only minimal changes to meet its aesthetics to fit the brand name of Opel. The nameplate Ampera is also used to represent the European name of the Chevrolet Volt, and its original model takes Vauxhall brand in the United Kingdom.


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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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