We'll Give You Three Car Models, You Give Us the Make!

By: Steven Symes
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About This Quiz

Some were named after the planets in our solar system. Others were named after their founders, the men who built these massive auto manufacturers. Some were foreign and from far-flung places in Asia and Europe. While others yet formed part of the American motor industry, based in Motor City, Detroit.

Yes, you probably know quite a few of them but can you ace this race to name a host of car makers in this deceptive test. Of course, a car lover such as yourself will get the obvious brands. It's those lesser known ones that will throw a spanner in the works, so to speak.

But don't fret. With three models given as clues for you to guess the brand, there should be enough information for you to zoom from pole position to first over the line, accepting the checkered flag and the glory. Sorry, we can't give you any milk or champagne.

So what are you waiting for! This is a test of your memory, overall car knowledge with just a bit of luck thrown in.

BeFORD you start, make sure you are prepared in CHEVROLET!

Three, two, one, goooo! The light turns green. It's all up to you now! Best of luck to you!

Focus, Fiesta, Mustang. What American car manufacturer makes these models?

Started by Henry Ford, the Ford Motor Company is one of the big three American auto manufacturers. Through the years, they have produced some iconic cars, including the Ford Mustang, probably the most famous muscle car ever produced.

Which American manufacturer made the Nova, Camaro and Blazer?

Formed in 1911 by William C. Durant and Louis Chevrolet, Chevrolet is one of the big three car brands in America and sells models all over the world.

Testarossa, Daytona, F40 are all models of which Italian manufacturer?

Perhaps the most iconic sports car manufacturer on the planet, Ferrari produced its first model in 1947. Not only do they make road cars, they are involved in motor racing as well, particularly Formula One.

The DeVille, Eldorado and Escalade are manufactured in America by ____?

The second oldest automobile manufacturer in America, Cadillac formed in 1902. Today Cadillac sells luxury vehicles all over the world with primary markets in the United States, Canada and China.

4C, Giulia Quadrifoglio, MiTo Veloce. What Italian car manufacturer makes these models.

This classic Italian brand first formed in Milan, Italy, in 1910. It now forms part of the Fiat Chrysler group .

This Korean manufacture has a number of models, including the K900, Rio and the Sedona.

Kia began producing vehicles in Korea in 1952. They are the second oldest automobile manufacturer in the country after Hyundai.

Which British manufacturer's brands include the Defender, Discovery II and the Range Rover?

Now owned by Indian company Tata, Land Rover started out producing vehicles in 1948. The brand is known for its tough, uncompromising off-road vehicles.

This luxury Japanese brand has models including the LX, GX and LS400.

Lexus is the luxury division of Toyota. The company was first formed in 1989 and continues to make large, luxurious models with performance to match.

Aviator, Blackwood and Continental. This American auto manufacturer has some interesting names for its vehicles.

The Lincoln Motor Company was formed in 1917. It was purchased by Ford in 1922 and is considered to be the luxury division of the company.

This popular Japanese auto manufacturer makes cars such as the 6, RX-7 and the Miata?

Mazda formed in Japan in 1920 but only produced its first vehicle, an auto rickshaw, in 1931. The first official Mazda vehicle was the R360, first marketed in 1960.

C Class, SLK, SL500. These are all models of one of Germany's premier luxury brands.

Mercedes Benz has a long tradition of producing some of the finest luxury vehicles in the world. They are also involved in motor racing and were crowned the champions of Formula One in 2016 and 2017.

This Japanese auto manufacturer is the largest in the world. Its models include the Corolla, 86 and Tacoma.

Toyota is the biggest car manufacturer in the world. With a range of quality models as well as markets all over the globe, it's not difficult to see how they achieved this.

Makers of the iconic Beetle as well as the Golf and Jetta, this German manufacturer produces cars of the highest quality.

Volkswagen was responsible for one of the most iconic cars ever produced, the Beetle. During a production run that lasted from the 1930s until 2003, more than 21 million were made.

This Japanese automaker makes high-performance models as well as other passenger cars, including the Impreza, Forrester and the Outback.

Subaru has been making vehicles in Japan since 1954. Perhaps its most impressive is the Impreza, known not only for its incredible performance but handling as well.

Makers of probably the most famous luxury cars in the world, this British automaker's models included the Silver Spirit, Ghost and Phantom.​

One of the greatest car makers on earth, Rolls Royce is the epitome of luxury!

Combining luxury and performance, some of this German auto manufacturer's cars include the 320, i8 and the Issetta.

Formed in 1916, BMW initially made aircraft engines. They produced motorcycles in the 1920s and then their first vehicle, built under license from Austin in 1927. By 1932, they had designed and made their own vehicle.

This Korean company makes a range of models, including the i20, Equus and the Tuscon.

With a range of models on offer, Hyundai is the biggest auto manufacturer in Korea.

This American auto manufacturer has produced models such as the Crossfire, Concorde and Sebring.

Chrysler, along with Ford and Chevrolet is one of the big three car makers in America. Now part of the Fiat group, Chrysler was established in 1925.

Clio, Megane and Duster. These are some of the models produced by this French automaker.

Renault produces cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs to name a few. Established in 1899, Renault also takes a keen interest in motorsport.

This German sports car manufacturer has a large range of beautiful models, including the 911, Macan and the Cayenne.

Started by the legendary Ferdinand Porsche, coincidentally the designer of the Volkswagen Beetle, Porsche has been making rear-engine sports cars loved the world over since after World War II.

Altima, Sierra and Almeira. These are models for which Japanese vehicle manufacturer?

First formed in 1933, Nissan makes a range of vehicles sold around the globe. The Leaf, their electronic offering, is the top-selling car in its segment.

This posh British brand is famous for its hood emblem as well as models such as the F-Type, XJ200 and the X300.

Founded in 1934, Jaguar has produced some of the finest cars to come out of England. The company also has a very interesting racing history.

This American company makes a range of off-roaders that people like to drive in the city as well! Famous models include the Wrangler, Grand Cherokee and Liberty.

After success as a military vehicle during World War II, the first civilian Jeep was launched in 1945. And the rest, as they say, is history.

Countach, Gallardo and Centenario. This Italian sports car manufacturer has released some beasts over the years.

There is no doubt that Lamborghini makes some of the prettiest as well as most intimidating sports cars on the planet. With their iconic bull on a shield logo, the company formed in 1963.

This German brand was affiliated with General Motors until 2017 and has produced models such as the Corsa, Astra and Mokka.

Formed by Adam Opel in 1862, the company first produced bicycles but by 1899 had made its first car. Opel offers a range of models and is aimed at the man in the street.

No longer in existence, this American brand has some classic models, including the GTO, Firebird and Barracuda.

Formed in 1926, Pontiac was part of the General Motor stable until 2010 when it was closed down. Over the years, Pontiac was responsible for a number of notable models, including the legendary muscle car, the GTO.

Relatively new to the car market, this American company makes all-electric vehicles.

The brainchild of entrepreneur Elon Musk, Tesla currently offer three all-electric models. Their new roadster to be released will soon go from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.9 seconds, the company has claimed.

This defunct American company made vehicles such as the Pacer, Gremlin and AMX.

Now defunct, the American Motor Corporation made a range of vehicles in the '60s and '70s. Although not well received at the time, the Pacer became a cult classic after appearing in the movie, "Wayne's World."

This German manufacturer makes a range of luxury, high-performance vehicles such as the Quattro, A8 and Q5.

Other than producing incredible cars, Audi was also the first company to introduce all-wheel-drive to its vehicles.

Encore, LaCrosse and Skylark. These are all models of an American auto manufacturer.

Still going strong today, Buick is the oldest vehicle manufacturer in America and was established in 1899.

Charger, Dart and Daytona. These are just some of the models offered by this American automaker.

Dodge was formed in 1900 and has provided a range of vehicles to the American public ever since. In the 1960s, the company produced a fearsome muscle car, the Challenger, which is still in production today.

This Italian automaker has given us models such as the Uno, Strada and Punto.

Fiat formed in 1899 in Torino, Italy. They now own a range of different brands, including the legendary Italian sports car maker, Ferrari.

Accord, Civic, and CR-V. These are some of the models offered by this Japanese car maker.

Formed after World War II, Honda began by making motorized bicycles, moving onto motorbikes and then automobiles. Today they make a range of vehicle across all classes.

This Japanese brand's models include the Trooper, D-Max and KB

Isuzu is one of the oldest vehicle producers in Japan and in 1922, produced the first passenger car in the country under licence from Wolseley.

Part of the Ford group, this brand produced the Cougar, Capri and the Marauder.

Henry Ford's son, Edsel, was instrumental in starting Mercury in 1938. This division of Ford made a number of classics over the years but declining sales saw Ford cut the brand in 2010.

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