BONNET A Bonnet
The bonnet is what Americans call the hood of the car.
The same part the British call the bonnet.
A "Bonnet" is the British equivalent of a "hood". There are several differences between American and British automotive terms. Other translations include "boot" which we Americans call a "trunk", "propshaft" which we call "drive shaft", "drive shaft" which we call "axle", and "spanner" which we call a "wrench"
The British call a flashlight a torch.
Because the only reason you needed a car that large (or so the marketing people would have us believe) is that you have a country estate.
British Car Auctions was created in 1946.
British Car Auctions's population is 5,000.
British people call a faucet a tap.
In Britain the Saloon was a luxe lounge area for the wealthy on ships, when the car was invented the nice ones were called saloons to lend an air of luxury to the car and appeal to the wealthy.