Can You Guess the Model if We Give You the Make?

By: Craig
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About This Quiz

VROOM, VROOM! When it comes to cars, there's a lot you need to know. From the make and model to the horsepower, how can you even keep up? For all the car lovers ready to put their knowledge to the test, this is the quiz for you!

If we were to take a trip into car history, we'd have to go back to the 13th century, but who has time for that? Let's just go back to the car as we know it! German designer Karl Benz is credited with creating the first car with a gasoline engine in 1885. While we're used to four wheels, this automobile only had three! One year later, Henry Ford is credited with building his first vehicle in Michigan. We bet you can name the car brands that were named for these designers!

When you think about vehicle designers, it leads you to some of the most popular car brands in the world. There's the popular Japanese Nissan and Toyota. There are American classics like Ford and Chevrolet. Who could forget about the popular German BMW and Mercedes-Benz? When given all these makes, can you name the proper corresponding model?

Do you remember the iconic muscle car from Ford? Can you name the huge popular Cadillac SUV? If you can, you just might be an automotive encyclopedia after all!

Can you name all these models when given the make? Are you ready to put the pedal to the metal?

Seat belts on! Let's go!

Name the iconic muscle car from Ford.

First released in 1964, the Ford Mustang is one of the most iconic muscle cars ever built. Sales in its first year went well beyond the 100,000 number that Ford had imagined; the Mustang hit that target in its first three months and quadrupled it in its first year. In its first 18 months, sales topped 1 million.

This popular muscle car was first marketed by Chevrolet in the 1960s.

First manufactured for the 1967 model year, the Camaro is one of the most popular Chevrolet models ever. This muscle car has seen six different generations although there was a break in production from 2002 to 2010. The current Camaro offers four different engine configurations, with the ZL1 sporting a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 capable of producing 455 horsepower.

This Chevrolet model from the '50s is remembered for its epic pointy tail fins.

The Belair was one of the most iconic vehicles ever produced by Chevrolet. Manufactured between 1955 and 1957, the second-generation Bel Air will always be remembered for its fantastic trim and those beautiful pointy tail fins.

This model from Ford was made on a production line and priced so that the ordinary person in the street could afford it. More than 16 million were sold.

Without a doubt, the Model T from Ford is one of the most iconic cars ever built. Not only did Henry Ford make a car that was affordable to the ordinary citizens of the United States, but he was able to produce them at such a rate to be able to keep up with the demand. The Model T — also known as the "Tin Lizzie," "Leaping Lena" and "filvver" — was produced from 1908 through 1927.

Name this muscle car from Dodge

The muscle car revolution of the 1960s brought about the iconic Dodge Charger. And still today, in its seventh generation, it takes on its traditional rivals, the Corvette and the Mustang. As in the past, expect the latest model Chargers to have big V8 engines and large, spacious interiors. What you should not expect is finesse — these cars were born to run!

This Ford SUV gained notoriety when O.J. Simpson tried to evade the police in 1995 while driving one.

The first 4x4 Bronco hit the trails in 1966 and between that year and 1977, the first generation proved to be a more than capable off-roader. Blessed with a turning circle of just 34 feet, thanks to a wheelbase of 92 inches, later models also included a Ford V8 engine with incredible torque. The Bronco, which ended its run after five generations in 1996, is set to make a comeback in the 2021 model year.

This iconic Chevrolet model was first marketed in 1958.

The Impala name is synonymous with Chevrolet. This iconic brand first hit the vehicle market in the 1958 model year. Now in its 10th generation, the Impala is still a brand in demand in the United States. More than 800,000 impalas have been sold in the United States since 2012.

This model from Lincoln has been a staple of the brand for years.

An American classic, the Continental marque has adorned many Lincolns over the years. The 10th generation, released in 2017, offers modern conveniences that modern drivers expect, along with some new options, including a "Sport mode," which alters the suspension, power steering and transmission to provide a different driving experience.

This large Cadillac SUV is favored by rappers!

When you think of big luxury SUVs, certainly the Escalade pops into your mind. With its massive 20 inch rims, large tires, tricked-out interior and plenty of chrome, the Platinum edition Escalade ESV is perfect for those who want to make an entrance. This probably explains why it is loved by rappers!

A modern sedan from Nissan, this vehicle is a popular seller all over the world as well as the United States

In production since 1992, the Nissan Altima is a solid performer blessed with above-average gas mileage figures, a comfortable interior and spacious cargo areas. Now in its sixth generation, the Altima is available in five different trim levels (S, SR, SV, SL and Platinum) and offers a semi-autonomous driving option that supports braking, steering and accelerating.

This mid-sized luxury car was released by Infiniti, the luxury car division of Nissan.

As the luxury brand of Nissan, Infiniti offers top-quality cars but can be a little pricier than other vehicles in their respective segments. The Q70 is certainly not cheap but it does offer a host of onboard features, ample space for cargo and passengers and an excellent fuel-efficient hybrid engine.

This is one of the premier models from Audi, a respected German manufacturer. It is smaller than their other cars.

Despite its small back seat and minimal trunk space, the Audi A3 more than makes up for it in the fact that it is fun to drive with excellent handling and peppy acceleration — the latest version goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds. First produced in 1996, the A3 is currently in its third generation and got a design refresh in 2017.

This historic car was released by Chevrolet in the 1950s.

Since its inception in 1953, the Corvette brand is the jewel in the Chevrolet crown. One of the most recognizable models of the Corvette is the Mk II Stingray which was produced by the company between 1963 and 1967. This looker had either a two-speed automatic gearbox or three- or four-speed manual with a range of engine options, including small- and big-block V8s.

Can you name this famous muscle car from Pontiac, a popular model in the '60s?

Discontinued in 2010, Pontiac, a General Motors brand, produced some iconic names in motoring and perhaps none more so than its GTO. The first models, released in 1964, were available in as a convertible, hardtop and coupe.

This Chevrolet model has been a marque for the company since 1935.

The Suburban has an incredible legacy; it was first introduced in 1935. Now in its 11th generation, current top-of-the-line models are powered by a 6.2-liter V8 engine coupled to a 10-speed gearbox. This is a big vehicle, so it might struggle on tighter off-road sections but it has ample ground clearance — around eight inches — and can handle rocky terrain.

This lavishly named luxury car from Buick offers excellent value for money.

Probably least fancied by many as a luxury mid-sized car, the LaCrosse will surprise some. It has an excellent safety rating, very impressive gas mileage numbers, handles very well and offers a very comfortable ride. The LaCrosse is a real dark horse that should not be underestimated.

This is one of the most popular models from Germany luxury carmaker Mercedes.

The C-Class made its Mercedes Benz debut in 1993. Currently, the fourth generation (W205) is available in many countries across the world and was introduced as either a sedan, wagon, coupe and cabriolet in 2014.

An electric offering from BMW, this model is relatively new and certainly popular.

The i3 is an electric vehicle offering from BMW. Obviously, people buy cars such as these to have as little impact on the environment as possible but as you would expect from a BMW model, the i3 offers so much more. Performance and handling are both impressive and the interior is top class. The winner of two World Car of the Year awards, this is the perfect car for the environmentally conscious driver.

Can you name a popular current SUV from Chevrolet?

The 2018 model year saw a redesigned Equinox with many impressive features now standard on the vehicle. The Equinox offers excellent handling and a beautifully finished interior but a lack of cargo space might be a let down for some. For a car of this size, however, the gas mileage numbers are fairly impressive. It is one of Chevy's best sellers, with more than 1 million sold between 2015 and 2018.

Can you name this electric luxury SUV from Tesla?

A luxury SUV, the Tesla Model X is an electric vehicle capable of traveling up to 325 miles on a single charge depending on driving conditions. Sporting all-wheel drive and two motors, the top-of-the-range P90D produces 259 hp (193 kW) to the front wheels and 503 hp (375 kW) to the rear!

Built by Carroll Shelby, this vehicle is a legend of the '60s.

The brainchild of Carroll Shelby, the Shelby Cobra (also known as the AC Cobra) first revved in anger in 1962. It was based on a lightweight body that he imported from the AC Cars and bolted a Ford Windsor 3.6-liter V8 engine to it. And the rest is history! In the years that followed, Shelby bolted even bigger engines to the AC frame which brought about a car with nimble handling and lots and lots of power.

This '70s model from Pontiac was noted for the large phoenix on the hood.

With its four headlights, phoenix decal on the hood, massive air scoop and sleek lines, the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am certainly looked the part of a muscle car. And car lovers bought it in droves with more than 1160,000 sold in 1979 alone.

This car from AMC gained its 15 seconds of fame thanks to it featuring in the Hollywood movie, "Wayne's World."

The Pacer was not everybody’s cup of tea back in the day. But thanks to an iconic part in the Hollywood blockbuster, "Wayne’s World," this little car has developed quite a cult following — in 2009, 20 years after it was discontinued, there were more than 50 national and regional AMC automobile clubs in the U.S.

This muscle car from Plymouth was built from 1964 to 1974. Can you name it?

The two-door Barracuda was a muscle car from auto manufacturer Plymouth, manufactured between 1964 and 1974. The Barracuda was introduced before the Mustang, by a mere two weeks. The first generation was noted for its wraparound back window. Three power units were available for this model, a 2.8-liter straight-six, a 3.7-liter straight-six and a 4.5-liter V8 capable of producing 180 brake horsepower.

A Chevrolet global brand model, this modern-day sedan is popular all over the world.

A Chevrolet global brand, the Cruze, now in its second generation, is also available in the United States where it is a fairly popular model. It is powered by a 1.4-liter inline-four engine that produces an impressive 153 brake horsepower.

This modern Italian supercar was produced for 10 years up until 2013. What is its name?

Lamborghini makes incredibly beautiful cars and the Gallardo could be the best of all. Produced between 2003 and 2013, the second generation of the car was powered by a 5.2-liter V10. Lamborghini even released a convertible, the Spyder, with a fully automated soft top.

A hybrid supercar from BMW, this vehicle first appeared in 2014. What is it called?

First seen in 2014, BMW has produced a hybrid sports car in the form of the i8. Not only is it good for the environment but it one of the best-looking cars on the road today. The i8 can go from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.4. seconds, and in hybrid mode can get 91 miles per gallon.

Now produced by BMW, this classic model was first built in the late 1960s. The newer versions are bigger than the first models although the name remains the same.

With a responsive engine, comfortable ride and a surprising amount of passenger space, the Mini Clubman is a popular model. Cargo space is limited, however.

This Range Rover model certainly put the brand at the forefront of modern design.

This luxury compact crossover SUV was launched by Range Rover in 2011. It is available in three- and five-door versions and either as a two- or four-wheel drive. More than 600,000 were sold between 2011 and 2016.

This Buick model features a droptop and a navigation system, and its storage space isn't bad.

For a vehicle with a droptop, the Cascada — designed and manufactured by the German carmaker Opel and sold by Buick in the U.S. — has some impressive trunk space. It also offers a smooth ride that is relatively quiet, an important consideration in cars of this nature. The 2018 Cascada now comes with a navigation system as standard.

This Lincoln model was a luxury pickup from the early 2000s that just didn't sell.

Essentially a luxury Ford F-150, the Blackwood was Lincoln's answer to the pickup market. It only sold in America in 2002; due to a poor reception from the public, it was quickly dropped from the lineup.

Known for their very safe vehicles, this Volvo has the looks to match as well.

Producing their first car in 1927, Swedish carmaker Volvo is known as purveyors of some of the safest cars on the roads, including the Volvo V40 hatchback, produced from 2012 through 2019. The car was a real looker as well.

This model from French automaker, Renault, is very popular in Europe.

The Clio has been a very popular compact car option within Europe for the past two decades. Available in a range of configurations, the Clio has been voted European Car of the Year twice (in 1991 and 2006), a feat tied only by the Volkswagen Golf.

This vehicle formed part of Ford's models in the supermini class in the United States and proved to be very popular.

The Fiesta was exclusively designed for European and world markets and was first produced in 1976. Currently in its seventh generation, the Fiesta forms part of the very competitive supermini class. The new 2017 model has a range of engine options from 1000 cc to 1500 cc petrol driven and 1500 cc turbo diesel. The Fiesta has been discontinued in the U.S. because of the popularity of SUVs and pickup trucks but is still available in several other countries.

A city car, this model from German manufacturer Opel is popular in Europe.

Launched in 2012, the Opel Adam competes in the city car class. This three-door hatchback has three power plant options from 1.0 liter to 1.4 liters. Although the name may seem a little strange, the Adam is named after the founder of the company, Adam Opel.

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