In the mid-20th century, Vauxhall, one of the biggest vehicle manufacturers in Great Britain, merged with the German company Opel. Nevertheless, all cars produced for the British market are sold under the Vauxhall brand name.
Throughout its history, Olay, a popular cosmetics brand by Procter & Gamble, had many names. Among others, it was called Oil of Ulay, Oil of Ulan, and Oil of Olaz. In 1999,
the company introduced a united global name for its products: Olay. However, even after that, in the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, and Belgium, it’s still known as Oil of Olaz or simply Olaz.