MILAN, July 26 (Reuters) - Gingo, the car that Fiat hopes will help speed it out of its worst crisis in a 100 years, has run into problems before even hitting the road. Small and boxy, the car was unveiled with panache at the Geneva car show in March, but French car maker Renault has thrown a spanner in the works by complaining that the Gingo is too similar to the name of its own small car -- the Twingo. "We are re-evaluating the name after a request from Renault," a Fiat spokesman said ...
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