To the Editor:
I SAW THAT your magazine mentioned the new Peugeot concept, Two-Oh-Heart. Without any pretention to teach you French, I just wanted to mention that it should - in fact - be called the Twenty-Hearts.
In French, Twenty = Vingt and Heart = Coeur.
Together it makes Vingt-Coeurs. Written this way it does not make any sense, but with the same pronunciation and spelled VAINQUEUR, then it means WINNER! I realise now that 'vainqueur' doesn't sound that good in English! Is that why you called it the Two-Oh-Heart?
Parts and Service Manager,
North and West Africa
Ford Motor Co.