10 cars named after birds

AMC Eagle

The 1980 Eagle was similar to the AMC Concord but had a higher ride height and four-wheel drive.


Buick Skylark

The Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta, Cadillac Series 62 Eldorado, and Buick Skylark were General Motors' three pricey and showy halo convertibles of 1953.


Ford Bantam

Ford built two Bantam versions for South Africa in the 20th century, one based on the Escort and the other on the Mazda 323.


Ford Falcon

The 1960 Ford Falcon was made in Australia and North America. After US production ended 10 years and three generations later, Ford Australia used the brand until 2016.


Ford Thunderbird

From 1958 onward, Ford added four seats to the Thunderbird, which was originally a two-seat convertible.


Toyota Tercel

The original Tercel, along with the Corsa, was Toyota's first front-wheel-drive production automobile.


Plymouth Road Runner

Plymouth's 1968–1980 Road Runner muscle vehicles. The most interesting variant was the Superbird.


Pontiac Sunbird

From 1976 through 1994, the Sunbird was a tiny automobile that was briefly known as the J2000 between its first and second iterations.


Simca Aronde

Simca's first post-war model was the Aronde. Aronde is occasionally rendered as "dove" in French, probably because a dovetail junction is called a queue d'aronde.


Suzuki Swift

Since 1977, Suzuki has used the Swift name. It was initially used on 1983 Cultus hatchback exports.


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