Can You Name These Chevy Models from an Image?

By: J.P. Naomi
Image: Jon Stopak via youtube /// By NaBUru38, from Wikimedia Commons /// WorldAutoMotors via youtube /// By simenon from Chile, via Wikimedia Commons

About This Quiz

Since 1911, it's been non-stop "Baseball, Hotdogs, Apple Pie  & Chevrolet"! Thanks to Louis Chevrolet and William Durant, Chevrolet has been thriving for more than 100 years, reaching nearly every corner of the world. So we want to know ... how well do you know these Chevys? Enough to pick them out of a lineup? It's time to find out with this ultimate Chevy quiz!

Headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, with divisions and factories all around the globe, Chevrolet has produced a wide variety of vehicles for decades. From city cars to medium-duty commercial trucks and everything in between, Chevy puts millions of vehicles on the road each year. With its newest slogan, "Find New Roads", it seems the company doesn't intend to stop anytime soon either! 

Whether you drive today's hottest Silverado, or you inherited your Dad's 1967 Camaro, there's no denying your love for Chevrolet!  

So we want to know, how much? Think you can name all of the Chevys in this quiz? Will you be Like a Rock? Or will you run out of gas a mile from the station? Well, buckle up and let's hit the road, it's time to see how well you know one of America's favorite brands, Chevrolet!

The Chevy Impala is now on its tenth generation! It has consistently been one of the best-selling automobiles in the United States throughout the years.

Did you know that the El Camino was adapted from a two-door station wagon platform that integrated the cab and cargo bed into the body? Chevy introduced it in 1959 in order to compete with the Ford Ranchero coupe utility.

The Chevelle was one of Chevrolet's most successful nameplates. Its body styles included coupes, sedans, convertibles and station wagons. It was available in 3- and 4-speed manual and 2- and 3-speed automatic transmission.

Did you know that the Monte Carlo was named for the city Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco? GM manufactured this vehicle from 1970 - 1988 and then revived it from 1995 - 2007.

By 1962, General Motors discontinued the Chevrolet Parkwood wagon nameplate. The new series of names which followed would be known as Biscayne, Bel Air and Impala.

The Chevrolet Brookwood was a series of full-size station wagons produced between 1958 - 1961, and then again from 1969 - 1972. When it first debuted, it was considered a mid-range model - in between the less expensive Yeoman and the more expensive Nomad.

The Chevrolet Astro was manufactured by General Motors from 1985 - 2005. Did you know it was also known as the GMC Safari and assembled at the Baltimore Assembly in Baltimore, Maryland?

Did you know that the first Chevy Camaro went on sale on September 29, 1966 for the 1967 model year? It was designed to compete with the Ford Mustang, and it actually shared its platform and major components with the Pontiac Firebird.

The Corvette has been produced through seven generations! Did you know it was first introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car? It is now the official sports car of the state of Kentucky.

Produced between 1981 - 1990, the Chevrolet Celebrity was sold in two-door and four-door sedans and a five-door station wagon. It was based on the GM A platform, the Chevrolet Celebrity was produced alongside the Buick Century, Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera, and Pontiac 6000.

The Chevrolet Silverado, and its mechanically identical cousin, the GMC Sierra, are a series of full-size and heavy-duty pickup trucks manufactured by General Motors. They were introduced in 1998 as the successor to the long-running Chevrolet C/K line! They are still in production today.

The Chevrolet Chevair in South Africa featured the grille of the Opel Manta and a four-door body. Did you know that a Chevair driven by Tony Pond won the 1979 Duckhams Rally?

The Chevrolet Opala was a Brazilian executive car sold under the Chevrolet brand in South America from 1969 to 1992. General Motors do Brasil is the largest subsidiary of General Motors in South America.

The Chevy Cobalt made its debut in 2004 for the 2005 model year. It replaced the Cavalier and was available as both a coupe and sedan. It is still available today in South America and the Middle East.

The Chevrolet Monza was available between 1974 - 1980. It was closely related to the Pontiac Sunbird, Buick Skyhawk and Oldsmobile Starfire.

The Cruze was manufactured by Suzuki from 2001 - 2008. Since then, it has been produced by General Motors. As of August 2014, more than 900,000 have been sold in the United States.

The Chevrolet Omega A was produced from 1992 - 1998 and came in a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. Its wheelbase was 107.5 inches while its curb weigh was 2,535 pounds.

The Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid car manufactured by General Motors. Designed by Jelani Aliyu and first introduced in 2010, the Volt is still in production today.

The Greenbrier name was actually used by Chevy for two different vehicles: the Corvair Greenbrier Sportswagon and the Chevelle Greenbrier. The name was strong for nearly 12 years.

Did you know that the Chevy Tahoe is named for the rugged and scenic area surrounding Lake Tahoe in the western United States? The name Yukon, of course, comes from the Yukon territory of Northern Canada. Both vehicles are still available from GM today.

The popularity of the Chevy Equinox is on the rise. Its sales have increased nearly every year since its introduction in 2004. In 2017, Chevy sold more than 290,000 Equinox models!

Did you know that the Isuzu Gemini was sold as the Chevrolet Gemini in Chile and Argentina from 1985 - 1990? It was also known as the Holden Gemini in Australia and New Zealand around the same time!

The Chevy Malibu had a long run from 1964 - 1983. It made a comeback in 1997 and has been around ever since! It is named for the coastal city of Malibu, California.

The Chevrolet Bolt is a front-motor, five-door all-electric subcompact hatchback marketed by Chevrolet. Did you know that it was developed and manufactured in partnership with LG Corporation?

Did you know that the Chevy Traverse is built on the GM Lambda platform? In fact it is the same platform used by the GMC Acadia and the Buick Enclave. The Traverse has been in production since 2008.

The Chevy Agile was in production by GM from 2009 - 2016. It was actually assembled in Santa Fe, Argentina and came available as a 5-door hatchback and a 2-door coupé utility.

The Chevy Colorado is counterpart to the GMC Canyon. These vehicles were introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevrolet S-10 compact pickups.

Known in Germany as the Opel Senator, the Chevrolet Senator was available between 1978 and 1993. Did you know it was also known as the Daewoo Imperial in South Korea!?

The Chevrolet Celta was a low-cost supermini car produced by Chevrolet for the Latin American market from 2000 until 2015. Its wheelbase was just 96.3 inches with a width of 63.4 inches and a height of 56.3 inches!

Also known as the GMC Brigadier, the Chevy Bruin was a Class 7-8 truck that had a ladder frame. Following its 10-year run, there was no successor... the line was discontinued completely.

Produced by GM from 1980 - 2009, the Chevrolet Kodiak was a medium duty truck commonly used for work trucks, cargo haulers and dump trucks requiring medium duty torque and towing capacity. it was succeeded by the Silverado!

Did you know that the Chevrolet Aveo has been marketed in 120 countries around the world under many different brands? These brands include Daewoo, Holden, Pontiac, Ravon and Suzuki!

The Geo Prizm was available between 1990 - 1997. Chevrolet took over in 1998 and produced the vehicle until 2002. Its successor was the Chevrolet Cobalt.

Since 2002, the Chevy Aveo has been known as the Sonic. It was recently reported by the Wall Street Journal that Chevrolet will end its production of the Sonic after the 2018 model year. The company cited declining sales and a moving market in the United States.

The Chevrolet Cavalier was a line of small cars produced for the model years 1982 through 2005 by Chevrolet. Built on the General Motors J platform, the Cavalier achieved its highest sales in 1984. It was revived by Shanghai GM in 2017.

The Chevrolet Beretta was a front-wheel-drive coupé produced by Chevrolet from 1987 - 1996. It was designed by Jerry Palmer and assembled in both Delaware and New Jersey.

Since 1998, the Chevrolet Spark has been available as a five-door hatchback. An all-electric version, the Chevrolet Spark EV, was released in the U.S. in selected markets in California and Oregon in June 2013!

Did you know that the Venture name was first used on a 1988 Chevrolet concept car? Designed by Wayne Cherry in 1993, the Venture was available for purchase between the years 1997 and 2005.

The Chevrolet Trax is a subcompact crossover SUV manufactured by Chevrolet since 2013. The car is based on the GM Gamma II platform, which is shared with the Chevrolet Aveo/Sonic, as well as the Opel Mokka/Buick Encore.

The Task Force Series was manufactured by General Motors from late 1955 through 1959. The 1955 second series offered standard options and add-ons such as 12-volt electrical systems, the first V8 and fleet-side six-, seven- and eight-foot beds.

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