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BONNET A Bonnet
Well, using a tape measure on my 1986 Lincoln town car signature Series...the hood (from the chrome strip on its end at the windshield to the other end just before the h…ood ornament) is just shy of 54 inches long. It is 59 inches from the beginning of the hood, to the hood ornament (not attached to the hood, it is part of the grille) and 61.75 inches to the front of the grille. To go from the start of the hood (about 3 inches from the windshield) to the leading edge of the front bumper guards it is about 67.5 inches. Hope this is helpful
It is called a trunk in the U.S. It is called a boot in U.K. because that was the name given to the seat at the back of a horse-drawn coach where the coachman sat, which later… became a storage area.
In the USA we call it the hood, it covers the engine compartment.
Because people feel the need to differentiate their Land Rovers from other cars by calling it a "Bonnet" instead of just a "Hood," because they tailgate you with their high be…am LEDS and are better than everyone else.
The bonnet is what Americans call the hood of the car.
It is called the 'Scuttle panel' or the cowl.
Usually called the bulkhead.
In Asian Cars
pedestrian.... preferably a coon
The trunk was a built-in place in some types of horse-drawn coaches where the coachman could sit whilst at work directing the horses. It could be used for the storage of s…undry articles during a journey.