Cars With Longest Name | Longest Name Cars | Cars That Have Names Longer Than A Limo


Naming something can be a difficult task sometimes. A lot of money and effort is spent while finding a good and suitable name for the car. To make the task a bit easy, most manufacturers use acronyms such as GT (Gran Turismo), EV (Electric Vehicle), SV (SuperVeloce) and others.

The base models always get a simple name. But as the cars get new features, facelifts or special editions; the names start getting longer. Sometimes these names are so long that it is not easy to tell someone which car you own. Today, we will see some cars that have the longest names ever:-

1. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 E-Capability 4×4 HSE Dynamic

Cars That Have Names Longer Than A Limo : Range Rover Evoque

We are starting off the list with the company that is infamous for cars having longer names. I mean there are so many range rover models with long names that there can be a separate list on that. As if a simple name wasn’t enough, the additions in the name make it feel more like a complex part than a vehicle. That’s why many memes have been circulating on social media which makes fun of it. Let’s hope Land Rover stops this soon…

Read More: 15 Things You Didn’t Know About Land Rover | Land Rover Fact

2. Mercedes- AMG GT63 S 4MATIC+ 4-Door First Edition

Cars That Have Names Longer Than A Limo : Mercedes

Mercedes-AMG is also a culprit for naming its cars longer. But this one is forgivable. The company had to do it as the model came with three different engines, plus the GT 63 is available only with 4Matic+ AWD. Thus, this big name was given to the launch edition.

3. Lincoln Continental Mark V Landau Four-Door Hardtop

Cars That Have Names Longer Than A Limo: Lincoln

This one is a blast from the past. The Lincoln Continental is one of the famous marques in luxury cars. The name isn’t as long as the other cars on the list, and the confusing abbreviations are absent too. But it was still a long car (by length), just like its long badge.

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4. Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo

The Second-gen Panamera is actually the first one to come with a plug-in hybrid powertrain. The total power it generates with its turbo V8 is 671 HP. It costs almost more than $200,000. The long name is the biggest (longest) attraction to the model. Thank God they haven’t put the model name on the tailgate.

5. BMW Individual M760Li xDrive Model V12 Excellence THE NEXT 100 YEARS

BMW must’ve seen the longest names on the market and decided to set a new benchmark. To celebrate the anniversary year of the BMW group, this special edition model was launched. Only 100 such models were made. Still, this is the second worst decision by BMW. The extended, huge kidney grills remain on the first.

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