Can You Name These Dodge Models from an Image?

By: Kennita Leon
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If you didn't know, Dodge is an American automaker that happens to be a member of the Fiat Chrysler family. It was founded almost 120 years ago and has been going strong since then. Founded by the Dodge Brothers, the company was originally meant to supply parts and assemble other vehicles. It was sold twice and ended up at Chrysler when both of the Dodge brothers died in 1920. 

Today, under the name FCA US LLC, Dodge has a range of vehicles. We're guessing that being a car fan, or more accurately, a Dodge fan, has led you here. So, we want to test just how well you can identify and name some of the models we are about to show you. While the Viper, Diplomat, and Spirit may be easy to recognize, the others aren't so simple. Do you know what the Omni, Durango, Avenger, and Neon look like? If you don't, that might be a problem. 

So, are you ready to put your Dodge knowledge to the test in this screenshot quiz? Will you do the late Dodge brothers proud? Or do you need to go back to Dodge: 101? The only way to find out is to take this quiz. Let's get started. 

Manufactured as a sedan, hatchback and coupe, the Dodge Charger was introduced as a show car in 1964.

Currently,​ a rival of the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, the Dodge Challenger, which was first introduced in 1959, has since been produced in three generations.

Introduced in 1946, the Dodge Deluxe was manufactured as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan and two-door coupe with a three-speed manual transmission.

The Polara is a full-size Dodge model that carried over many design features from the late 50s. It was available as a convertible, hardtop, sedan, and station wagon.

First showcased as a concept car in the 1989 North American International Auto Show, the Dodge Viper is a two-seater sports car.

A front-engine, front-wheel compact car, the Dodge Neon is manufactured by the Chrysler car company and is also marketed under the Chrysler and Plymouth nametags.

A mid-sized SUV, the Dodge Durango is built using the same platform as the Jeep Cherokee.

First showcased as a concept car in the 1989 North American International Auto Show, the Dodge Viper is a two-seater sports car.

Also marketed under the Plymouth Sundance nameplate, the Dodge Shadow was manufactured for a brief period as a 3-door and 5-door hatchback.

Sold on the European market as the Fiat Freemont, the Dodge Journey is a mid-size crossover produced by Dodge since 2009.

A five-time winner of Motor Trend's "Truck of the Year" title, the Dodge Ram is currently sold as the Ram Pickup.

Built using the same platform as the Jeep Liberty, the Dodge Nitro is manufactured as a sub-compact SUV.

Produced from 1949 to 1952, the Dodge Wayfarer was manufactured as a two-door roadster, coupe, and sedan.

A full-size car manufactured from 1949 to 1954, the Dodge Meadowbrook was ranked between the Dodge Wayfarer and Dodge Coronet.

Seated at the top of Dodge's 1955 line-up, the Dodge Royal was sold as a 2-door coupe and 4-door sedan, both featuring V8 engines.

Currently in its fifth generation, the Dodge Caravan is a passenger minivan manufactured by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Designed in collaboration with Mitsubishi Motors, the Dodge Stealth was a rebadged Mitsubishi GTO sold in North America.

Originally designed based on Dodge's military trucks, the Dodge Power Wagon, a four-wheel drive light truck, has been in production since 1945.

The first-generation Mitsubishi Pajero, the Dodge Raider was a 3-door SUV produced from 1982 to 1991.

A light commercial van, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter adopted the Dodge name tag in 2003 in North America.

A rebadged variant sold under the Dodge brand in North America, the Dodge Conquest was a 2-door hatchback known as the Mitsubishi Starion.

Manufactured from 1989 to 1995 as a replacement for the Dodge 600, the Dodge Spirit was a mid-size sedan.

Debuted in North America in 1984 as a 2-door coupe, the Dodge Avenger was sold as a four-door sports sedan in its last generation.

Produced for the 1960 model year, the Dodge Matador was a full-size car manufactured as a hardtop, sedan, and wagon.

Showcased at the New York Auto Show, the Dodge SRT Demon is a variant of the Dodge Challenger and features an impressive 840 hp.

With a strong resemblance to the Chrysler Le Baron, the Dodge 400 was produced for a short stint between 1981 and 1983.

Manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors, the Dodge Colt was sub-compact car sold on North American markets by Dodge from 1971 to 1994.

A front-wheel drive, subcompact car, the Dodge Omni was also marketed under the nameplate Plymouth Horizon.

Manufactured solely as a notchback sedan, the Dodge St. Regis was designed using Chrysler's R-body platform.

The Coronet was a full-sized car originally released in the 50s. Stylistically, it is related to the Wayfarer and Meadowbrook lines.

Manufactured as a 4-door wagon, sedan, and 2-door coupe, the Dodge Aspen was sold simultaneously with the Plymouth Volare of the same make.

Succeeded by the Dodge Avenger in 1995, the Dodge Daytona was a front-wheel-drive hatchback built on the Chrysler G-body platform.

Many of Dodge's vehicles manufactured between 1978 and 2008 were sold using the Dodge Magnum nameplate. They ranged from station wagons to coupes.

A mid-size car sold as a coupe, sedan or station wagon, the Dodge Diplomat was sold under various nameplates such as Dodge Coronet, Dodge Cart, and Plymouth Caravelle.

A muscle car initially produced for the 1968 model year, the Dodge Superbee was reintroduced in 2006 at the North American International Auto Show.

Built as a 2-door and 4-door sedan, the Dodge 330 was a full-size car designed using the B-body platform.

Manufactured for model years 2007 to 2012 as a replacement for the Dodge Neon and Chrysler PT Cruiser, the Dodge Caliber was a compact hatchback.

Originally designed by Carrozzeria Ghia as a 1957 show car, the Dodge Dart developed into a mid-size car and then a compact car for its final generation.

Successor to the Dodge 400, the Dodge 600 was a mid-size car ranked between the Dodge Aries and Dodge Diplomat.

Chrysler's first "K-cars," the Dodge Aries was introduced in 1981 along with its twin counterpart, the Plymouth Reliant.

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