First, thanks to rodcollins.com for the pic. Spooky.
Now, I always thought those animal congregation names are so evocative. I mean, murder of crows, it is perfect. But how about a Troop of Apes, a Charm of Finches, a Kettle of Hawks, Cackle of Hyenas or Bloat of Hippopotami? All are great. Many more here.
But no car equivalent exists. Until now.
So, for future reference to gatherings of three or more of a single marque I suggest:
A Fetch of Ferraris
I mean, Ferraris are fetching. And they fetch quite a bit of cash. So, perfect. Start using it.
A Miasma of Lotuses
Lotuses are light. Airy. Their design is fleeting and so is their durability.
A Yoke of Porsches
Porsches are the hardest working exotics. Period. They are also rather brutal cars, especially the turbo variants.
A Club of Bentleys
Obvious. Clubby British car. Clubby owners. Just plain Clubby.
A Bonfire of Corvettes
Polarizing. Just like Corvettes. Some would like to see them burn in a bonfire. Others would like to use theirs to turn their tires into bonfires.
A Jury of Jaguars
The whole JCNA 100 point scale and condescension of many owners has this one going down a more serious, as opposed athletic, path. Remember, I own a MK2 so I mock myself.
An Obstacle of Rovers
They can go over most obstacles. As well as most turn into an obstacle in the owner's driveway with their repetitive breakdowns.
More to come. Please send me your suggestions.