Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'European Cars' started by Phanofmuzik, Jan 24, 2007.
when they run out of numbers?
Numbers are infinite my friend.
start naming them. Example;
They'll always have a 911 model, from now until they are no longer in existence. But the internal designation is no big deal. So what if they call it a 1000 when they've used up 998 and 999.
Porsche 999 sounds sexy.
The world will implode.
Sounds like Ducati should sue them.
they'll call it a 911
They still call it 911. He's talking about the factory internal coding/naming...
oh really I had no idea he was asking that, thank you for enlightening me
they'd probably just call it a 911/2 or MY 2010 911 or maybe they'd refer to it by engine size/design? B38?
They could always go to decimal points... Such as 997.1, and 997.13, etc. It'd be just like software! Probably be a little more accurate too with how they always gradually evolve rather than making radical changes.
Shut the hell up men! They don't need specific names! They will still be the best! They will call them F430 killer, Enzo killer, 599 killer, 575 killer, Z06 killer an so on
They could also call one "Pocketbook Killer" on account of how much profit they rake in on every car sold <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
They will add a number in the middle, like Peugeot did.
Can't wait for the new Porsche 9111.
theyll all start driving flaming penises
now theres an awesome comment. how are we supposed to argue about this. they could call a car a 9018234098123049812430983 for poop sake. actually i find 911s kind of look like penises. (very ellegant, nice, non revolting penises). where as a lamborghini reminds me of a womans body.
Boeing is #$%#ed too
I agree. But the name should go to a supercar.
don't know yet
993 gt3, 996 gt3, 997 gt3.
Hahahaha .. but id rather have 997 5.7 turbo deluxe
this is probably what will happen