Remember times when you visit a country where English is not your mother tongue and when you laugh quietly at your translations or when you try to do certain things with a rough translation into English as appealing to mark? I have no idea what the guys from Subaru thought when they decided to launch a special edition of Forester for the Singapore Motor Show. They knew very well that English is one of the most important languages spoken in the small but globally influential Southeast Asian nation. As for auto acronyms, this is pretty uncomfortable at all levels.
With a name like Forester Ultimate Customized Kit Special, it's pretty obvious that it probably won't work in a market that speaks English. That is, if the intention was to even sell the thing in the United States. For those of you who have posed for this noisy forester in the U.S., don't waste time since The Drive received information from Subaru of America, Inc. (SOA) in the form of an apology and full hands the unique special edition. According to SOA, this is an "unfortunate situation" in which the company's dealer in Singapore is held responsible for the probably popular car that was specially made for the auto show. Then they say that; " We apologize for any negative feedback. The name of Subaru Corporation was removed from the car at the Singapore Auto Show. We are working very hard to build a strong brand image for this company and the name of this vehicle does not reflect in any way it reflects the values and standards that we believe to be true and we will always do our best to protect the integrity of our brand. "
You can read the whole letter through this link, basically, it said it; " It goes without saying that this car will not be available on the US market." I don't know anything about you, but it was the rather tasteless World Rally Blue and Red Wrap, the extremely questionable neon under-light and the strange, reduced stance that really scared me off. I think the people who designed this gave …