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Can You Recognize All of These Cars?
by Craig
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FASTEN THOSE SEAT BELTS AND ZOOM INTO THIS QUIZ! There are hundreds of different car manufacturers and thousands of different cars on the street. From foreign-made cars like the Volkswagen Beetle to domestic models like the Chevrolet Corvette, can you recognize all these cars?

The first car was invented in 1885 by German inventor Karl Benz. This innovation had three wheels and an internal combustion engine. The car industry would go on to grow from there. German manufacturer, Mercedes-Benz, would name their company after their German inventor and the country would go on to produce other popular companies such as Audi and BMW.

Car brands would continue to grow all over the world with Toyota and Nissan in Japan, Ford and GMC in the United States, and Jaguar and Land Rover in the U.K. With all the cars roaming the streets, can you recognize all of them?

Can you spot the unique look of a Volkswagen Beetle? What about a Mercedes McClaren? Could you pick out a Cadillac Escalade or a Dodge Charger? If you can, you might be ready to speed through this quiz!

From the thousands of different car brands on the street, can you recognize all these cars? There's only one way to find out!

Put the pedal to the metal and let's find out if you're really a car expert! Put this quiz in drive and let's go!

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