Unlike our previous Japanese brands, the two brands only have one dealer network which means that having multiple names in one car isn't a big chance. For a car to be counted on this list, the vehicle must have a different name using the same shell (exterior modifications are usually done) but sold under a different brand. And to avoid a super long list, we would limit vehicles which were launched from 1990s and above. Do take note the year range represents the entire vehicle line (including those of its twins) even if the original model was killed.
Let us check which of the two S brands had different names.