Audi or Hyundai: 87% of People Can't Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?

By: Kennita Leon
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About This Quiz

When it comes to automakers, there are quite a few in the world. And knowing the differences between the brands in a world where almost everything looks the same is pretty difficult. So we understand if the average person doesn't know the difference between an Audi and  Hyundai. But you're no ordinary person- you're an auto connoisseur and you'll be able to ace this quiz with no problem. 

Audi is a German automaker that is known for creating luxury vehicles. The business was created by a man named August Horch under a different name in 1932. Audi was acquired by Volkswagen and really became a force in 1969 when the modern era of Audi was said to begin. Today, Audi vehicle owners are envied because the vehicles speak of status, money, taste and style. But do you know enough about Audi to identify their products?

Hyundai, on the other hand, is from South Korea and partially owns Kia, but owns 100% of Genesis Motors. They're the third largest auto manufacturer in the world and have over 5,000 dealerships worldwide. Can you identify a Hyundai vehicle from just a picture?  

So if you're up to the challenge of trying to figure out which automaker made which vehicle, take this quiz. Let's see how many questions you answer correctly! 

The Audi TTS Roadster is a two-door sports car manufactured by Volkswagen as a competitor to the BMW Z4 and Mercedes Benz SLK.

Referred to as the Hyundai Avante in South Korea, the Hyundai Elantra is a compact car produced in six generations since 1990.

One of Audi's luxurious sports cars, the S8 offers a horsepower of 520hp as well as a high-tech interior design.

Inspired by top fuel drag racers of the 1960's, the Hyundai Gator is built ideally for function rather than style.

Introduced at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show, the Hyundai Curb is a concept crossover car meant to rival the Nissan Juke.

Introduced in 1980, the Quattro Spyder is a two-door, coupe rally car which was showcased by Audi at the Geneva Auto Show.

Built with a fastback body and twin-turbo engine, the all-wheel-drive RS7 is a model of the RS series.

Comparable to a private jet, the Neos 3 is a luxury crossover SUV built by the South Korean company Hyundai. It features a new V-8 engine.

Manufactured by Audi Sport GmbH, the Audi R8 is a two-seater sports car that has been produced since 2006.

Currently, in its seventh generation, this car is a mid-sized car manufactured since 1985.

A concept supercar, the Audi Avus Quattro was built using an aluminum space frame, making it very light and safe.

Introduced as a concept car in 2012, the Hyundai Hexa Space is an SUV built with a spacious, eight-seat interior.

A hybrid car with a hydrogen plug-in, the A7 H-Tron, introduced in 2014, is designed with the body and features of the A7 series.

So-named after the Bernd Rosemeyer, the Audi Rosemeyer was built just for show as a concept car.

Replaced by the Verna in South Korea, the Hyundai Accent is a subcompact car produced and sold worldwide under different names.

Manufactured since 1998, the Audi TT is a two-door sports car assembled by the Hungarian company, Audi Hungaria Motor Kft.

Inspired by the tough exterior of a beetle, the HCD10 is a compact, three-door crossover SUV, the 10th installment in Hyundai's HCD series.

Showcased in 2001 and again in 2002, the Audi Avantissimo is a five-door Avant, rich in speed and luxury.

Short-lived, the Hyundai Lavita was an MPV sold as the Matrix in Europe and Elantra Lavita in Australia from 2001 to 2010.

Produced since 1996, the Audi A3 series are affordable subcompact hatchbacks.

Also known as the Hyundai Tuscani or Hyundai Coupe, the Hyundai Tiburon was produced from 1996 to 2008 as a two-door sports coupe.

Currently in its fourth generation, the Audi A8 is a full-sized sedan manufactured since 1994.

A compact executive car, the A4, first produced in 1994, has been manufactured for five generations.

Named after the city of Tucson, located in Arizona, the Hyundai Tucson is a compact crossover SUV manufactured since 2004.

A two-door coupe introduced in 2003 in Geneva, the Audi Nuvolari Quattro is also called the Audi Lisvina.

Named and built on the concept of using unconventional materials to create conventional products, the Hyundai QamarQ is a light, two-door SUV built almost entirely from recyclable material.

Styled after a concept car designed by Italdesign Giugiaro, the Audi Nanuk Quattro, the crossover was the brainchild of a collaboration between Audi and Italdesign Giugiaro.

Marketed worldwide with the exception of China, United States and Canada, the Hyundai Getz is a supermini car manufactured as a three-door and five-door hatchback.

Based on the Genus concept, the Hyundai Arnjes was designed by the Hyundai Design Center in Germany and is meant to feature gas, diesel and electric-hybrid engines.

Showcased at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, the Audi Prologue steps away from Audi's boxy frame and may be put into production as the luxurious A10.

First produced in 1999 and built under two generations, the Hyundai Equus is a full-sized limousine sold as the Hyundai Centennial in the middle east.

Built with an automated driving system, the Audi Aicon is one of two concept cars designed by Audi featuring artificial intelligence.

Named after Santa Fe, Mexico, the Hyundai Santa Fe is Hyundai's first SUV and has been produced since 2000.

Helping Audi take its first step into the luxury market, the Audi A5 is an executive car manufactured by Audi since 2007.

The second of Audi's future cars, the Audi Elaine is an automated SUV-sedan capable of driving itself at a maximum speed of 81 mph.

Known in Europe and Russia as the Hyundai ix55, the Hyundai Veracruz is a mid-sized crossover produced from 2006 to 2012.

Now in its second generation, the Hyundai Genesis is a full-size, luxury sedan which was introduced just over 10 years ago at the New York International Auto Show.

More of a frame than a car, the Audi Space Frame (ASF) was a prototype aluminum frame introduced at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1993.

First introduced as a concept in the 2005 Chicago Auto Show, the Hyundai Portico is a two-row, six-seater crossover.

A slight variation of the Audi TT and Audi TTS, the Audi TT-R is a two-door sports car ideally built for racing.

A replacement for the Hyundai Tiburon, the Hyundai Veloster is a coupe built with asymmetrical doors and targeted at young drivers in Korea.

A two-door, two-seater convertible, the Audi GT Cabriolet was a concept car introduced in 1986.

What later became the A2, the Audi AI2 was one of the most remarkable concept cars designed by Audi in 1997.

Competing with the likes of the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna, the Hyundai Entourage is a seven-seater, minivan with power-sliding rear doors.

Hyundai's first pickup truck, the Hyundai Santa Cruz was introduced in the United States as a concept at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

Manufactured by the Audi company since 2006, the Audi R10 is considered the best racing car.

Not designed after the Hyundai Genesis as declared by design overseer Peter Schreyer, the Hyundai Vision G is a coupe concept car introduced by Hyundai in 2015.

Formally the Hyundai HCD-11 Nuvis Concept, the Hyundai Nuvis was introduced as a concept car at the 2009 New York Auto Show.

Produced since 1986 and now in its sixth generation, the Hyundai Grandeur is a mid-sized car marketed as the Hyundai Azera in various countries.

Built specifically to compete in the 24hrs of Le Mans race, the Audi R8R LMP is a race car that was first manufactured in 1999.

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