There are some wonderful collective nouns used to describe groups of various animals. For example, a “murder” of crows or a “tower” of giraffes. They’re not official names, true, but language is adaptable, and if enough people adopt a word, then the term can stick. Plus, new collective nouns can be fun, and I envy those that get to coin new examples.
In that vein, I thought I’d come up with some of my own nouns that describe groups of certain cars.
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A collection of Rolls-Royce Phantoms and Ghosts as a haunt
A group of Jeep Wranglers as a corral
A grid of Porsche Caymans are a bask
A lot of Chevrolet Bolts is a charge
Notwithstanding the other comment, absolutely. And more than one Ford Focus are called Foci. This one is hard to spell but easy to say: a Prius next to a Prius are "Prii?"
A group of anything from Great Britain could be referred to as a "grief." And of course, anything equipped with either Lucas or Bosch electrics could be called a "darkness." I like to observe a gathering of early two-stroke motorcycles as a "smoke." Watching videos of cars leaving car shows only to meet with disaster could qualify as a "crash" of Mustangs. But all of these things have but a single definition: sponges of money.
I think we should go one more step with Corvettes...a "task force" seems OK too...all of the way from ZR-1 "destroyers" to the C8 "guided missile cruisers" and topping it off with the whopping L88 "battleship"...rare...expensive...conquering and feared by all would be combatants...