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Re: Quattro Definition ?????
On Thu, 18 Apr 1996, Richard Davis wrote:
> Move 1 country to the right and you'll note that Quattro means four in
> Italian. The move was probably for the same reason Pontiac used the model
> name Fiero, which ~means pride in Italian. A little marketing panache never
> hurts, besides 4 in Germwn is hard to pronounce, hard to hear and probably
> has little recognition outside of Germany.
Doesnt fiero mean FIRE in italian? From what Ive seen of them, it does. :)
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