Cars, Cars, Cars! Can You Name Them All?


By: Robin Tyler

7 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Can you imagine a world without the automobile? We certainly can't. Cars have become an integral part of our lives over the past 130 years or so.

Do you think those clever men that built the gas engine and then designed a car around it ever thought of the impact their invention would have? They surely knew that the car would be an important landmark in transport history.

In fact, way back in 2010, it was estimated that there were over 1 billion cars in the world, and that number would have grown even more a number of years later. Not only do they get us to our place of work, they help to transport our families in safety and for some of us, even contribute significantly to our livelihood and evening potential.

But the question we have for you today is - how good are you at identifying cars from the last 130 years? Do you think that you could see a single image and identify the correct car and model from just four options? Seems easy but it will test your auto knowledge to the limit.

So what are you waiting for! Let's see how many you can get right!

Good luck!

Pure muscle car! What make and model is it?

Essentially a modified Dodge Charger, the Daytona was first released in 1969. Other models were also built from 2006 to 2009, in 2013 and again in 2017. The first Daytona was intended as a NASCAR racer and won its first race. The latest Daytona, the 392, features either a 5.7 liter or 6.4 liter V8


Popular in Europe and the United States, can you name this make and model?

Initially introduced into the subcompact car market in 1997, Mercedes-Benz’s A Class moved to the compact car segment in 2012. Only sold in Europe, the Mercedes-Benz A Class is a very popular option in the compact car segment. In fact, in the past five years, it has sold around 100,000 units a year.


A popular modern off-roader. Can you name the vehicle in the image?

One of Jeep’s top-selling models, the Grand Cherokee was first introduced in 1992. It is currently in its fourth generation. Worldwide sales figures for the Cherokee reached just over 277,000 units in 2015.


Do you know the make and mode of the SUV shown in this image?

Available in the United States since 2006 and Europe a decade later, the Edge competes in the mid-size crossover SUV segment. Currently in its second generation, the Edge offers three-engine options on US models with the 3.5-liter Duratec V6 the largest available. It pushes out 280 brake horsepower.


Luxury and off-road capabilities combine with this vehicle. Do you know the make and model?

With its large interior, smooth ride and above-average off-roading abilities, the Range Rover is the perfect off-roader when partaking in the sport in a group. The stock Range Rover comes with a supercharged V6 but for a few dollars more, consider one of the two other supercharged V8 options.


Name the pickup shown in the image.

Based on the Chevrolet Silverado, the GMC Canyon was introduced into the US auto market in 2003. It is currently in its third generation.


This full-sized four-door sedan was produced for a 10-year period from 1994. Do you know the make and model?

A full-sized four door sedan, the Concorde was built from 1994 to 2004. Based on the Chrysler LH platform, two generations were produced during its production run. Second generation Concordes included a range of engine options, with the largest, a 3.5-liter V6. The Concorde was eventually replaced by the Chrysler 300.


Name this luxury car first marketed in Britain in the 1950s.

The bulk of the Rolls Royce models sold from the mid-'50s to mid-'60s were the Silver Cloud model - 7,322 in all. During that 11-year period, there generations were produced all available as either a 4-door saloon, 2-door coup or 2-door convertible.


Name this race car, please.

This race car was built by Cadillac to race in the American Le Mans series. The cars were built between 2000 and 2002 before General Motors scrapped the idea to focus on their Corvette racing program.


An expensive hypercar, this costs around $1.5 million. Can you name it?

Parting with around $1.5 million will see you get your hands on the Fittipaldi EF7. There are only 39 of this vehicle put into to production. The EF7 is powered by a V8 engine that produces 600-hp and weighs less than 1,000kg.


What a cool car! What make and model is the vehicle in the image?

Only 3 examples of this unique vehicle were made. The Rolls Royce V-8 was designed as competition for the electric cars of the day and so, even though it was gas driven, was designed to be quiet and have as little vibration as possible. It doesn't seem to have been much of a success, but the engine led Rolls Royce on a future design path for all their power plants.


What a beauty! Can you name this luxury grand tourer?

Released in 2017, this grand tourer takes the form of a two-door fastback coupe. Its development follows on from the 2012 LF-LC Concept first shown by Lexus in 2012. The LC is powered by either a 3.5-liter hybrid V6 or a 5.0-liter V8 gas engine.


One of the best selling cars for a popular American brand. Can you name it?

Although it was only produced in 1927, the AA Capitol series saw Chevrolet sell over 670,000 units and for once, break Ford's domination of the American motor scene. This series included eight different body types all based on the GM A platform.


What is the make and model of this supermini 5-door hatchback?

A supermini 5-door hatchback, the A2 formed part of the Audi fleet between 1999 and 2005. It offered two gas and two diesel engines, the largest of which, in terms of capacity, was a 1.6-liter gas engine. The A2 was constructed out of aluminum and based on the Audi Al2 concept car.


Can you name the compact SUV in the image?

A compact SUV, the Honda CR-V first hit the road in Japan in 1997. Currently, the fifth generation is one of the best-selling models in the United States with over 357,000 sold in 2016 alone. Honda recently opened a factory in Greensburg, Indiana that produces the CR-V for the American market.


An interesting look for this car from the '70s. Not many were made unfortunately, and ultimately, the project was a huge flop. Do you know what it was called?

The Bricklin SV-1 was the brainchild of Malcolm Bricklin. Simply put, there was never enough money to see the project off the ground properly, and although a few cars were made, they did not generate enough revenue for the project to continue.


It took a rich man to be able to afford this beauty from the 1930's. What is it?

A real looker, The SJ was only for the rich and famous. After all, it was produced during the Depression, so the man in the street was certainly not going to get behind the wheel. These cars had a supercharged motor and were capable of traveling at over 100 mph.


Name this supermini pickup.

This supermini pickup was first manufactured by FIAT in 1996. It is sold in Brazil, Mexico (where it is known as the RAM 700) and South Africa, among others.


Which vehicle features in this image?

Produced between 1973 and 1975, the Apollo from Buick was available as a 2-door coupe and hatchback and a 4-door sedan. The most powerful engine option available to the Apollo was a 350 cubic inch 5.7-liter V8.


This is an Australian version of an American car. Do you know the make and model?

Based on the Chevrolet model of the same name, the Holden Cruze was launched in 2009. It comes in three body shapes - sedan, hatch and wagon. The Cruze is powered by a range of engine options including 1.8-liter gas engine producing 139 brake horsepower.


Which estate car is shown in this image?

This 4-door mid-sized estate was first marketed by Korean manufacturer Kia in 2000. It is currently in its fourth generation and is a popular model in the United States with over 750,000 sold since 2012.


What a beauty! Can you name this sports car?

Although still operating from the United Kingdom, Jaguar is owned by the India company, Tata which acquired the marque in 2008. Interestingly, the iconic mascot which appears on the hood of most models is chrome plated and known as ‘The Leaper’. The Jaguar F type first hit the market in 2013. This sports car is available as both a 2-door roadster and fastback coupe.


A modern luxury car from the East, can you name it, however?

This executive four-door sedan was entered into the luxury car segment in 2015. The Aslan offers two powerplant options, with the top of the range model featuring a 3.3-liter V6 capable of producing 294 brake horsepower. The upmarket nature of the Aslan means it comes with many features as standard.


Name '70s muscle car shown in this image.

The Rebel, particularly the 1970 models, took AMC straight into the muscle car fight. This was a real looker, blessed with a muscle car stance. With “Up with the Rebel Machine!”, AMC's slogan for the car, they were certainly trying to buy into the younger market.


Not the prettiest of Italian models, but can you name it?

The Breadvan... yes, well look at it. It does look like a delivery van of sorts. This was a Ferrari 250 GT modified by a privateer, Count Giovanni Volpi, for his Scuderia Serenissima racing team. And it almost beat the Ferrari racing team at the 1962 Le Mans endurance race. While 4th overall and ahead of the 250 GT's of the Italian marque, the Breadvan suffered engine failure.


What is the name of the SUV shown in this image?

This front engine, front-wheel drive compact SUV was first released in 2011. It is the top-selling SUV in the Chinese auto market.


Another beautiful car from the 1930s (was there ever an ugly one), this vehicle is a ______?

In 2012, a Bentley 4½ Litre Le Mans Sports 'Bobtail' sold for $6.449 million at an auction in California. These cars set a number of records in the early '30s which just adds to their attraction.


A beauty from the early 1950s. Can you name this car?

Available in a 2-door as a coupe or convertible and as a 4-door sedan, the Cosmopolitan was produced by Lincoln between 1949 and 1951. Power came from a 337 cubic inch 5.5-liter V8 coupled to either a 3-speed manual or 4-speed automatic gearbox.


Name the pickup featured in this image.

Introduced by General Motors-owned Isuzu in 2003, the D-Max is built on the same platform as the Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon. The D-Max is available as a 2-door cab, 2-door utility, 4-door cab and 4-door utility. There have been two generations of the D-Max to date.


A German classic from the 1930s. Can you name the make and model?

A small family car, the 303 was manufactured by BMW from 1933 to 1934. This was the first of the maker's models to feature the grille that is so famous today as well as being the first BMW vehicle to have a six-cylinder engine.


Only one example of this car was built for a TV show. Can you name it?

Although made of plywood, it is inferred that the FAB1, the car of Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward, is a heavily modified Rolls Royce. That's good enough for us!


To reach the 186 mph this car is capable of, you will need to fork out $1.9 million to own one. What is this hypercar called?

Well, as you probably already know, if you want a Lamborghini, be prepared to fork out some serious cash. The Centenario, which can reach 186 mph in just 23 seconds, will cost you $1.9 million.


Which small compact car is featured in this image?

The 323, also know at the Familia in Japan, was a small compact car marketed by Mazda for 40 years from 1963. All in all, the Familia included eight generations, each with a range of body styles including wagons, hatchbacks and sedans.


A classic from the 1990s, this car was originally released in the 1970s. Do you know the make and model?

By the time 1996 rolled along, the Lotus Esprit had been in production for over 20 years. The V8, however, quickly became a firm favorite. It was powered by an aluminum V8 engine coupled to a 5 or 6-speed manual transmission. The V8 could reach a top speed of 175 mph and go from 0 - 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds.


This beautiful racer dominated the early years of Formula One. Can you name it?

Like all the Formula 1 cars in the '50s, the Maserati 250 had a cylindrical shape. Don't be fooled, however, this was a monster. In fact, at the 1957 German Grand Prix, Juan Manuel Fangio, driving a 250F was 48 seconds behind the leader with 22 laps left. He caught him and won the race!


Name this Italian beauty. Make and model, please.

This mid-engine, rear-wheel drive sports car was first marketed by Alfa Romeo in 2014. It features as a 2-door coupe and roadster and is powered by a 1.75 L turbocharged engine which produces 237 brake horsepower. The 4C's top speed is 160 mph.


Can you name the off-roader in the image?

The Patrol name has been associated with vehicles produced by Nissan from 1951. Early models looked very similar to Jeeps while now, the Patrol, currently in its sixth generation, is a typically large SUV by modern standards.


What a beautiful 4-door coupe from the 1930s. Can you name it?

Produced for a period of two-years between 1933 and 1934, the KN Magnette was a 4-door coupe. It was powered by a 1.2-liter engine capable of around 78 mph.


This crazy off-roader has a range of power options including a V8 motor! Do you know what it is called?

Built between 1998 and 2007, the Wildcat was made by Bowler industries using a range of parts, even those from Land Rover Defenders. This all-wheel-drive off-roader is particularly light thanks to its tubular construction. Wildcats had a range of engine options including three gas (4, 4.6 and 5 liters V8’s) and two turbo diesel (2.2 and 2.5 liters).


I feel the need for speed! You will need cash to land this beauty... it costs a cool $2.3 million. Can you name the make and model?

A V12 engine which produces 800-horsepower is the driving force behind the Aston Martin Vulcan. Not only does it cost $2.3 million to own one, but Aston Martin sends you on a special driving course before they hand it over to you.


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