Quiz: What Is This Car Most Famous For?
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What Is This Car Most Famous For?
By: Robin Tyler
Image: Rewe via Wiki Commons

About This Quiz

In the beginning, it was simple.

A car was a carriage, similar to a horse-drawn one, but without the horses. Well, it did have horses, but these were found in the engine!

Soon, cars began to change. As different companies started building their own models, designs changed. For instance, cabins got bigger, and cars could carry more people. A windscreen was added, protecting the driver from bugs and other nasties and then an enclosed cabin followed.

Designs continued to change - think convertibles, roadsters, tourers, and now in modern times, crossovers, SUVs, pickups, coupes... the list goes on and on.

Within all these different types of cars, some stand out. But what makes them famous? Well, a number of different things. For example, which was the first car to use a turbocharger? Or what is the heaviest production car ever made? What the heaviest SUV, convertible or pickup? And the lightest ever production car?

Which car was the first to be mass produced? Which car was the first to use a steering wheel? Which car used anti-lock brakes before any others?

Yes, there are many reasons why cars are famous. Let's see if you can work them out.

Good luck!

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The Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman Guard is famous for which of these below?
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The ever classic Volkswagen Beetle was sold between 1937 and 2003. Which of these facts below would it be most famous for?
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This is a Horch 853A Special Roadster. It was built in 1939. Recently, one was in the news. Why?
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The stunning Mercedes-Benz 300SL from the mid-50's introduced which of these below to the world?
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This Chrysler model from the 1960's is famous for what reason?
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Pictured here is the Goliath GP700. Which of these options below is associated with it?
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There is nothing quite like a Ferrari. Some consider the F40 to be the best Ferrari ever. Why is it famous?
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Electric cars are becoming more common on our roads. The Tesla roadster is exceptional, offering the performance of many gas driven sports cars. What is its claim to fame?
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One incredible piece of modern machinery, which of these below would you associate with the Bugatti Chiron?
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This is the Oldsmobile Jetfire. Why is it a famous car in motoring history?
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The Jensen FF shown in this image was the first road car to make use of what?
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The Oldsmobile Curved Dash, pictured here, was made in the early 20th century. Why is it a crucial part of automotive history?
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The beautiful Porsche 959 is the first car to make use of what?
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The Toyota Prius, one of the first modern hybrids introduced this to the world of motoring in 2003.
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The Lohner Porsche was designed by Ferdinand Porsche in 1899. For what reason is it a motoring first?
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