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

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