There’s an abundance of precedent in naming motor vehicles after ethnic groups. You have the VW Touareg, Indian Motorcycles, the Apache attack helicopter, Jeep’s Cherokee and Comanche, but you don’t often see an automobile named after a religion, if ever.
This is just an anecdotal reflection on my experiences. I’m not bringing facts or figures to bare, just my own experience such as it is.
I think I’ve got a bead on what you are looking for. I’ve compiled some cars and trucks for you to consider. I’ve limited myself to vehicles with dealerships located within 30’s minutes of your house. This limitation eliminates pretty much all of the luxury brands, but stealth wealth is always better when it comes to…
Like the Challenger Daytona, Plymouth Superbird and the Camaro Z/28 the Boss 302 and 429 were homologation specials. Their purpose was to satisfy the rules of racing series that required OEMs to actually produce and sell the motors they used in races.
I saw Jesus Diaz, to my mind the worst Gawker contributor there is, comment on a Jalopnik article tonight. Having flashbacks of how awful his 'reporting' was, so awful it made me quit reading Gizmodo after many years of reading, I responded to his comment with my lamentations over his work.
Saw this in my Facebook ad column this morning, and I can't make sense of it all. What does Omar Epps have to do with economical compact sedans?
The YouTube comments decry this as lazy. I'm going with "creative" and "a little awesome."