Kia done the Hindi - किया किऐ

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UploadedApril 22, 2013
TakenApril 21, 2013
ModelFinePix XP50
Exposure1/170 sec at f/4.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.2 mm
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Mitsubishi Pajero faced a cold welcoming in south America: "Spanish slang word meaning 'He who fiddles with himself for sexual gratification'.
Unknowingly used by a major automobile manufacturer who took the more academic translation of the word to mean 'Straw Dealer'"

But KIA, I assume, never considered the Indian market at the time of the company inception, had quite a remarkable, unintended success, for KIA (किया) means 'Done' in Hindi.

In Israel used to be a local manufactured fiberglass car fr the masses whose name was from it's inception the foreign word 'Duke' ( דוכס) but due to the connected letters (I guess as a practical solution for the aluminum casting/forging to hold together) and the squarish font it looked like the Hebrew word 'Smart/Wise' (חכם)

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