2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
There is nothing that is not there. Nicknames for cars are also not uncommon. The name Baby is at the top of the list of the most popular names.
When a "pink carrot" stands side by side with a "passerati", it just so happens that two extremely creative drivers found a parking space next to each other. Because the two terms are nicknames that German drivers give their coasters. But only twelve percent of those who give their car a name are so imaginative.
According to a survey by "Autoscout24", 40 percent of all women and 24 percent of all men name their vehicle, almost a third of them with a popular nickname such as "Baby", "Schnucki" or "mein Dicker". "Baby" is the most common nickname and is preferred by men. Ten percent of the namesake prefer a woman's name like "Susi" and "Emma" for their car, six percent refer to their vehicle with a male first name like "Hugo" or "Helmut".
Eleven percent name the car after the brand like my "VW" or the model name like my "Golf" and eight percent name the car with derogatory terms like "scrap truck", "Olle Dreckschleuder" or "ugly duckling ". (mid)
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