101 Cute Car Names for Girls

Updated on February 5, 2017
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What’s not to love about cars with some personality? Some look sleek and you would never hear them coming while others roar and make their presence known.

Giving a car a name can also complement the car’s visual appeal while giving the owner a more special way to reference it and connect with it. Often times, people will name their car when they first purchase it or complete their projects on a fixer-upper.

5 Tips for Picking a Car Name

Getting a new car or restoring an old one are exciting events and should call for a name! People name their cars after various things, such as:

  • Color: There’s lots of great and fun names that come from colors. It’s very appropriate to incorporate the color in the name somehow, if the color of your car is something you’d like to emphasize. After all, you picked your car in that color likely because you enjoy the color, right? Right.

  • Make and model: These can easily be turned into a befitting name for your car. Driving a Toyota Camry or a sassy new Camero? "Cammie" or "Cam Cam" would be cute and totally fit your sweet wheels!

  • Type: A sun, sporty car or a smokin’ hot classic, the type of car you own should ultimately influence the name. Say you have a luxury car, it wouldn’t make much sense to name it “beater,” nor would it compliment its luxury appearance.

  • Special features: Is it a convertible? Does it have a hydraulic system or a sweet sound system? Turbocharged? How about a cute pair of those car lashes around the headlights?

  • What they love: What exactly do you just love about your car? Perhaps it’s that it’s as quiet as a whisper or that it’s low to the ground. Whatever it is, it’s always good that you focus on what it is that you love about your car!

When someone names their car, it gives them a sense of pride in ownership. A lot of guys name their cars, but what about girls? If you are a girl looking for a car name or anyone simply looking for girl car names, read on!

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Girly Car Name Ideas

There’s many reasons why someone would give their car a female name, one being that it gives them a feeling of dominance, that they have a total feeling of control (feeds the ego kind-of-thing).

Not only that, but some females are downright gorgeous and if a female is gorgeous and has a beautifully feminine name, it makes her even more appealing, much like that sexy car at that car show you went to a while back that just had the perfect name! Or, maybe they are a female in the feminist bunch, who knows?

Whatever reason it is that you’re looking for girl car names, We have a whole bunch of ‘em!

Alexa
Highway Diva
Racing Rocket
Alexus
Holley Shiftwell
Rally Sally
Betsy Sue
Honda Honey
Rainbow Rider
Betty
Honeybee
Red Riding Hood
Black Beauty
Hubcap
Road Runner
Bobbypins
Ivy
Roadpunzel
Bonbon
Jellybean
Rosebud
Bubbles
Juicy
Rosie
Cabby
Karma
Ruby
Cammie
Kid Mover
Sadie
Carla
Kisses
Sally Carrera
Carly
("Purrs like a") Kitten
Sassy
Chardonnay
Lexy
Sassy Sedan
Cheetah
Lizzie
Savannah
Cherry Bomb
Lovebug
Shelby
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Madamoiselle
Shiela
Chrome Queen
Magenta
Skulls N Bows
Cinderella
Magnolia
Starburst
Claire
Mama's Mercedes
Stella
Classy Sass
Man Eater
Sugar Rush
Cosma
Matilda
Sweet Street
Couper
Merida
The Royal Carriage
Covergirl
Merlot
Tiddlywink
Daffodil
MOMobile
Twinkle
Darling
Nova
Umicar
Diamond
Pearl
Vanellope
Duchess
Pippa
Venus
Eleanor
Piston Pony
Vixen
Eve
Pokey
Vroom Vroom-Mobile
Evie
Ponypower
Wicked Witch
Fiona
Poppy
Wonder Woman Wagon
Flo
Porsha
Xena Warrior Prius
Foxy Ford
Princess
Zooma
Goddess
Queen Bee
 
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Well since you already know that your car is a “she,” all you really have left to do is name her, right? And always remember: When dealing with a female car, keep her looking her showroom best by keeping her nice and detailed. Girls like to be pampered and pretty, and you’ll feel even better driving her around town, too!

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      • Nell Rose profile image

        Nell Rose 

        2 years ago from England

        Hiya, well that was different! lol! and something i wouldn't have thought of, great idea though! I have a bike called betsy, does that count? great hub!

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