Fiat Auto SpA announces it will call its new supermini car the Panda, instead of Gingo, a name used on the concept version of the car shown at the Geneva motor show earlier this year. The decision was made after Renault SA threatened legal action on the grounds that Gingo was too close to Twingo and would confuse the marketplace. But Fiat also says it decided to stick with the Panda name because of its rich history. The Panda moniker has been used by Fiat for more than 20 years and is ...

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