Chevy and Dodge are as American as apple pie, but can you tell them apart? In this quiz, we'll explore the legends and set apart the true autophiles from the pretenders. Time for a joy ride.
Chevy was founded by the Swiss race car driver and engineer Louis-Josef Chevrolet. Funny enough, he never owned the company!
Chevy is famous for its bowtie emblem. It first appeared in 1914. Legend has it that one of the creators of Chevrolet saw the pattern on the wallpaper of a Paris hotel, but that legend is not true.
Dodge is famous for having many different logos in its time. The most famous one is the ram's head with the curving horns.
Dodge came out with the Viper concept car in 1989. It was the first car of the "New Dodge" strategy. There were two versions of the monster car.
Dodge is a division of Chrysler. When they were having a rough period in the '70s, they required government funding to keep from going bankrupt.
Chevy's first model was the Classic Six. This first model was not successful, but they persevered. In 1917, the Classic Six joined the GM lineup of cars.
Chevy began producing minivans in 1924. This was the same year that the General Motors testing ground began service.
Chevy came out with its famous Sport Roadster in 1932. The car cost a mere $445, which was a lot of money at the time.
Chevrolet really paved the way for extended length SUVs. The Chevrolet Suburban Carryall came about in 1935.
Dodge was founded by the Dodge brothers, Horace and John, in 1900. They were from Detroit, Michigan.
Dodge is not just famous for making automobiles, but also producing parts at the Dodge factory. Oldsmobile used Dodge-made one-cylinder engines.
Dodge had a famous partnership with Ford Motor Co. In 1904, John Dodge actually became one of the five executive directors for Ford Motor Co.
Chevy and Dodge are famous for discontinuing production for the civilian market in 1942. They made a tremendous contribution to the war with military vehicles and equipment.
In 1948, Chevy created its first sports car, the 48 Spilemaster Sinks. It represented the company's factory team at the Indianapolis 500.
Chevy offered the first affordable automatic transmission in 1950. The Powerglide was a two-speed automatic transmission. That was the same year the Chevrolet Bel Air came out.
Dodge not only contributed to the war effort, but they also were a top supplier of aircraft engines for the US Air Forces. They produced 18-cylinder Cyclone engines for the Boeing B-29 bomber.
The Dodge Power Wagon was a famous four-wheel-drive pickup. It was so successful that it was produced for military and civilian use.
These were three famous models produced by Dodge after the World War II. This was part of an updated line of cars from 1949.
Chevy had the first mass-produced sports car in the US. The Chevrolet Corvette was introduced in 1953.
Chevy is famous for their small-block engine, the Chevy V-8. This was introduced in 1955 and was one of the most successful in the company's history.
The famous 1955 Chevrolet was one of the most successful cars in their history. It changed America's idea of a car.
The famous Bel Air Nomad was produced by Chevy. This car epitomized the American dream.
Dodge was famous for producing parts, but they didn't produce a car till 1914. That was when the real legend began.
Dodge famously had its hands in the production of the Ford Model T. This was one of the most influential cars of the 20th century.
The Dodge Model 30 was an improved version of the Ford Model T. It included a 3-speed transmission and a 35 hp 3.5 litter engine.
The Chevy Impala was produced in 1958. This was a full-sized car that instantly became a best-seller.
Chevy produced the Corvette Sting Ray in 1963. It was considered the fastest and most beautiful vehicle of its time.
Chevy produced the Camaro in 1967. It made up 10% of all Chevy sales the year that it was introduced.
Dodge was the first U.S. auto company to found a factory in Europe. In 1922, they opened an assembly factory in London.
Today, Dodge is famous for being a strong muscle car brand. This reputation was earned in the '60s.
In 1969, Chevy released the SUV Blazer K. This was bigger, roomier and more powerful than its competitors.
“Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet” became an advertising motto for Chevy. The brand was immensely popular from 1950-1970.
Chevy is famous for their off-road vehicles. In the late 20th century, their SUVs were popular all over the world.
Frederick Haynes served as president of Dodge after the Dodger brothers passed away. During his time, the Model 30 evolved to become the Series 116.
The Dodge Challenger and Charger were incredibly popular in the 1960s and 1970s. These were known for their powerful V-8 engines with three double Six Pack carburetors.