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MotorHeadline: Model names are part of the legacy and should be handled with care



Automotive model names are more than labels. They are titles that evoke emotion. They are an identifier of an experience that can sometimes be very personal. If you ask any car person what their favorite car is, a model name is normally what you get. 

Model names provide a legacy to a brand, be ...

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  1. The Corvette has evolved into one of the world’s best sports cars. I think it is number one when you consider the cost and extreme maintenance requirements for Lamborghini’s and Ferrari’s. The twenty three Corvette will be even more exciting. But unfortunately the days of high performance cars are numbered. I see where Dodge, which has been the performance leader for many years, is winding this market down to make way for EV’s.

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