11 Car Names That You Can’t Pronounce In A Single Go

Are you pronouncing these names properly?


Sometimes car names can be as complicated as the mechanism of an engine. Often these car names are mispronounced by many people due to their tricky pronunciation.

I know it can be a bit embarrassing when you pronounce it wrong, and someone corrects you. However, there’s nothing to feel bad about it as all people at some point learn about them.

Anyway, here are some of the names of the most difficult and mispronounced automobiles. Today, we’ll discuss how to pronounce these names correctly.

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Most Difficult Car Names

1. Alfa Romeo Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde

alfa romeo Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde

The name is definitely going to be a tough twister unless you are fluent in Italian. This makes it a bit difficult to pronounce. There can be multiple ways of mispronouncing it. Anyway, here’s how you should vocalize it.

Correct Pronunciation: Al·fuh Roh·mei·oh Jew-lee-etta Kwad-reefoh-lee-oh Ver-day

2. Koenigsegg Gemera

Koenigsegg Gemera

You won’t be able to say the name of this Swedish hypercar in one go unless you are already familiar with it.

Most people who say it for the first time can’t speak it correctly due to its strange spelling. Anyway, here’s how you can say it.

Correct Pronunciation: Ko-nigs-eg J-eme-ra

3. Lamborghini Murcielago

Lamborghini murcielago

Next, we have a car from the legendary Italian sports car maker Lamborghini. Lamborghini Murcielago’s name is as fancy as its design, but only if you know how to say it.

Correct Pronunciation: Lam·baw·gee·nee Mur-see-eh-lah-go

4. Maserati Quattroporte

Maserati Quattroporte

Once again, an Italian automaker making its way to the list. It seems that Italians spend as much time naming their cars as they do in making them.

Correct Pronunciation: Ma·zuh·raa·tee Qua-tro-port-tay

5. Peugeot

peugeot prnunciation

Although the names of the car models of this french automaker are easy, the brand name itself is a tricky one.

We are quite sure you won’t be able to pronounce Peugeot correctly without knowing about it.

Correct Pronunciation: Puh-Joe

6. SsangYong Tivoli

ssangyoung tivoli

SsangYong Motor is a South Korean automaker and similar to Italians, Korean names can be tongue teasers too.

Correct Pronunciation: Sang·yawng Tiv-oh-lee

7. Volkswagen Scirocco

VW scirocco

Although Volkswagen discontinued Scirocco, you can still come across it on roads.

Most of you guys might be aware of the fact that V is spelled as F in Volkswagen. However, some people still don’t know about it and the same goes for its model Scirocco as well.

Correct Pronunciation: Folks-va-gn Shi-rock-oh

8. Pagani Huayara

Pagani Waira/huayra

Next on the list is the sibling of Zonda that woe everyone when it was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2007.

Pagani Huayara is as impressive as Zonda, however, its name is a real tongue twister.

Correct Pronunciation: Pa-gaa-nee Wai-rah

9. Porsche Cayenne

POrsche Cayenne

One of the most reputed brands among luxury automakers is Porsche. Even the name reveals a certain kind of premiumness.

When we talk about its luxury crossover SUV Cayenne, people often find it difficult to say.

Correct Pronunciation: Por-sha Kay-en

10. Renault

how to pronounce renault

Renault isn’t as easy as it looks. The last two letters l and t are actually silent that changes its pronunciation.

Correct Pronunciation: Reh-noh

11. Lancia

Lancia pronunciation

Lancia is an Italian automaker with a name that looks as simple as Ford. It stays the same until someone tells you the correct pronunciation and leaves you bewildered.

It isn’t pronounced simply as Lan-see-aa. Surprisingly, there’s a twist in it.

Correct Pronunciation: Laan-Cha

So these were some of the trickiest car names in the automotive industry. Which one do you think is the most difficult or weird?

Share your views in the comments section below.

Shaheer Anwar

Shaheer Anwar

Shaheer Anwar is an automotive enthusiast and writes about the latest trends happening in the industry. He covers topics related to electric and hybrid vehicles.
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