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Throughout history, the automobile has evolved from a bulky and sometimes crude chassis to more sleek and elegant designs. Likewise, as the decades have gone by, countless manufacturers have been born, died out, or experienced unbridled success. There are dozens of car manufacturers in the world - from obscure companies with a few models to their name to multinational manufacturers that have a wide array of vehicles in their catalog. The manufacturing of vehicles is not limited to one part of the world as well; in fact, vehicle manufacturers can be found in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia.
In this high-octane quiz, we have taken a handful of well-known vehicles and put them all together to see if you have what it takes to match them to their manufacturers correctly. Shift gears at the right time put the pedal to the metal, and keep your eyes on the prize! Strap in and let's see if you have what it takes to prove yourself against this automotive quiz. Are you ready? Then let's go!
This is the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II, a luxury car manufactured by Rolls-Royce. It is a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive car and over 30,000 of them were produced.
This is the Lotus Esprit, a sports car that is manufactured by Lotus Cars. Giorgetto Giugiaro designed the original model; however, there have been subsequent models that have been designed by Peter Stevens, Julian Thomson, and Russell Carr.
This is the Sunbeam Alpine, a sports drophead coupé that is manufactured by the Rootes Group. Over the years it has had several notable appearances in film and television; including the romantic thriller film "To Catch a Thief," and the James Bond film "Dr. No."
This is the Lamborghini Murcielago, a sports car that is manufactured by Lamborghini. A total of 4,099 of them were produced during the production lifespan.
This is the Porsche 911, a sports car that is manufactured by Porsche. It was first introduced by Porsche in 1963 and is still in production to this day.
This is the Austin Healey 3000, a sports car that is manufactured by Austin Healey. It is one of the most iconic "big Healey" models and was introduced in 1959.
This is the Nissan Skyline GT-R, a sports car that is manufactured by Nissan. It has become somewhat iconic in pop culture; often being featured in media that depicts racing (especially street racing).
This is the Volkswagen Beetle, a rear-engine economy car that is manufactured by Volkswagen. It is one of the most easily recognizable vehicles in the world and was produced for over 60 years, from 1938 to 2003.
This is the Acura NSX, a mid-engine sports car manufactured by Honda. While it was originally introduced in the 90s, Honda revived the model in 2016 or a second generation after a decade-long gap.
This is the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione, a sports car that is manufactured by Alfa Romeo. It is notable for only having 1,000 units produced in its lifespan, a number that failed to match the overwhelming demand.
This is the Ferrari 365, a grand tourer manufactured by Ferrari. It was initially released for viewing to the public at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show.
This is the Maserati 3500 GT, a 2-door coupé manufactured by Maserati. It is notable for being the company's first successful attempt at both the GT market and series production.
This is the Jaguar E-Type, a sports car that is manufactured by Jaguar Cars. It has been praised for its elegant design since its inception, with even Enzo Ferrari calling it "the most beautiful car ever made."
This is the Volvo P1800, a rear-drive sports car manufactured by Volvo Cars. It debuted in 1961 and became popular when it was used by Roger Moore in the TV series "The Saint."
This is the BMW M1, a sports car that is manufactured by BMW. It holds the distinction of being the first mid-engined BMW to be mass-produced.
This is the Aston Martin DB5, a luxury grand tourer that is manufactured by Aston Martin. It is notable for being featured in James Bond films; arguably the most noteworthy appearance being in "Goldfinger."
This is the Tucker 48, a sedan that is manufactured by Tucker Corporation. The 48 in the name refers to the ear that it was introduced; however, it is also worth mentioning that it was often unofficially referred to as the Tucker Torpedo.
This is the Mazda Miata, a roadster that is manufactured by Mazda. The name Miata is actually derived from the Old High German word for "reward."
This is the Audi Quattro, a road and rally car that is manufactured by Audi AG. This model varied considerably across different markets, with some variants having features like larger impact bumpers.
This is the Lamborghini Miura, a sports car that is manufactured by Lamborghini. It is notable for actually being designed by the Lamborghini engineering team against the orders of Ferruccio Lamborghini, the company founder.
This is the Ford GT40, an endurance racing car that is manufactured by Ford. For four consecutive years (1996 to 1969) the Ford GT40 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
This is the DeLorean DMC-12, a sports car that is manufactured by the DeLorean Motor Company. This is the only car model that was produced by the company, and it was only popularized due to its appearance in the "Back to Future" films.
This is the Datsun 240Z, a sports car that is manufactured by Nissan. Debuting in 1969, the Datsun 240Z has solidified its place in history as one of the most successful sports car lines that have ever been produced.
This is the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, a grand tourer that is manufactured by Mercedes-Benz. It debuted in 1952 and featured very distinguishing gull-wing doors.
This is the Ferrari Enzo, a mid-engine sports car that is manufactured by Ferrari. It was released in 2002 and was actually named after the company’s founder, Enzo Ferrari.
This is the Porsche 959, a sports car that is manufactured by Porsche. It was introduced to the world in 1986 and there were only 345 units produced.
This is the Mini, an economy car that is manufactured by British Motor Corporation. While it may be small in stature, the Mini is without a doubt one of the most iconic cars in the world.
This is the Rolls-Royce Phantom II, a luxury car that is manufactured by Rolls-Royce. It is one of the most iconic Rolls-Royce cars from the first half of the 20th century and was the last of Rolls-Royce's 40/50 hp models.
This is the Acura Legend, a mid-size luxury car that is manufactured by Honda. It was marketed under the Acura name in North America, after being first introduced as the Honda Legend in 1985.
This is the Ferrari 250 GTO, a grand tourer manufactured by Ferrari. The production period was between 1962 and 1964 and during that time only 36 were produced.
This is the Toyota 2000GT, a grand tourer manufactured by Toyota. It debuted in 1967 and was actually a collaboration between Toyota and Yamaha.
This is the Citroen DS, an executive car that is manufactured by Citroen. It debuted in 1955 and was responsible for influencing the designs of cars for future decades.
This is the McLaren F1, a sports car that is manufactured by McLaren Automotive. It is notable for having previously held the Guinness World Record for the world's fastest production car.
This is the Dodge Viper, a sports car that is manufactured by the Chrysler Corporation. With over three-quarters of its parts being manufactured in the United States, it was rightfully hailed as one of the most American cars on the market.
This is the Bugatti Type 57, a grand tourer that is manufactured by Bugatti. Between 1934 and 1940, there were only 710 units produced.
This is the Volkswagen Golf, a compact car that is manufactured by Volkswagen. It is the second best-selling car model in the world and Volkswagen’s best-selling model.
This is the Bentley Blower, a racing car manufactured by Bentley. During its production lifespan between 1929 and 1931, only 720 cars were produced.
This is the Ford Shelby Mustang GT350, a muscle/sports car that is manufactured by Ford. It is notable for being introduced by Shelby and then built by Ford from 1969 onwards.
This is the Triumph Stag, a sports tourer that is manufactured by the Triumph Motor Company. It is notable for being styled by Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti.
This is the Lincoln Continental, a full-sized luxury car that is manufactured by Lincoln. It has had several generations, being first introduced in 1938 and being produced to this day.