We’ve noticed that many of us articulate car brands in a totally embarrassing way. Bad, indeed, but we’ve compiled a list of the common vehicle brands that many totally miss.   

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German

BMW – Beh- Em Vee

Mercedes Benz – Meya-SEYA-DES- Benz

Audi – Ah-Woo-dee

Opel- Oh-Pearl

Porsche – Pohh-she

VW – Folks-vah-gen

 

Italian

Alfa Romeo – Alfa-Rro-meh-yoh

Fiat- Fih-YAH-t

Lamborghini- LAM-bo-rrr-gini

Maserati- Mah-ZER-ati

Ferrari- Feh-RAHH-ri

Ducati – DOO-kha-ti

Motor-Guzzi – MO-toh-Gu-tsi

MV Agusta – MV-AU-goo-sta

 

French

Renault – Reh-Noh

Citroen – Si-Tru-yen

Peugeot – Poo-zho

 

American

Chevrolet – She-vroh-lay

 

Korean

Hyundai – Han-da-yi

Kia – Kee-Ya

 

Spanish

Seat – Seh-yah-t

 

English

Jaguar – Jeh-gyu-wah

Aston Martin- Ass-tin- Martin

Mini – Mee-nee

 

Swedish

Koenigsegg – Koh-neg-Zegg