How Many of These Italian Cars Can You Identify from An Image?

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Kennita Leon

6 Min Quiz

This car is the successor of the Giulia, but production stopped in 1994. What is its name?

The Alfa Romeo Spider is a two-seater, front engine, rear-drive roadster and the successor of the Alfa Romeo Giulia. It was manufactured over four model generations spanning from 1966 to 1994.

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This Italian sports car was available in three body styles but was discontinued in 2017. Do you know its name?

The Pagani Zonda is a mid-engined sports car, which made its debut at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show and was discontinued in 2017. It was available in three body styles namely the two-door Berlinetta, two-door roadster and two-door Barchetta.

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Just over 750 units of this sports car were built between 1966 and 1973. What was its name?

The Lamborghini Miura is a sports car with a two-door coupé body style and a transverse Rear Mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout. It was manufactured from 1966 to 1973, with a total of 764 units built.

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While Italian, this car was designed by an American named Tom Tjaarda. Which of these was his creation?

The De Tomaso Pantera is a two-door coupe sports car designed by American-born designer Tom Tjaarda. Production for this car spanned from 1971 to 1992 and was eventually succeeded by the De Tomaso Guarà two years later.

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This was the car that succeeded the Berlinetta Boxer. What was it called?

The Ferrari Testarossa is a sports car with a two-door Berlinetta body style and a 12-cylinder mid-engine. This car was assembled in Maranello, Italy from 1985 to 1996.

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This car, designed by Ken Okuyama, was discontinued two years after its debut. Can you tell us its name?

Named after the company's founder, the Ferrari Enzo is a two-door Berlinetta sports car that made its first appearance at the 2002 Paris Motor Show and was discontinued in 2004, having sold 400 units.

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This beautiful devil was replaced by the Murciélago in 2001. What was it called?

The Lamborghini Diablo is a mid-engine high-performance sports car which debuted in 1990. The series was discontinued after eleven years and was quickly replaced by the Lamborghini Murciélago in 2001.

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Designed as a concept car by Marco Tencone, can you name this car which has not yet even hit the market?

The Maserati Alfieri, designed by Marco Tencone, is a 2014 concept car, which is set to hit the market in 2020. It derived its name from one of the five Maserati brothers, and includes design elements of the Maserati A6 GCS/54.

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This car made its debut in Geneva in 2017 and its name is Spanish for hurricane. Can you tell us its name?

The Lamborghini Huracán Performante is a track-oriented variant of the Lamborghini Huracán. It has been in production since its debut appearance in 2017 at the Geneva Motor Show.

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This was a concept car created to celebrate its company's 100th anniversary. Do you know what it was called?

The Bertone Nuccio was designed by Michael Robinson and featured swan doors.

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This Targa top car was only produced for two short years between 1995 and 1997. Which vehicle was it?

The Ferrari F50 is a two-door, two-seat replacement of the Ferrari F40. Introduced in 1995, only 349 were built throughout its production run.

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This Super Veloce Jota variant debuted in 2018. What is its full name?

The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ variant debuted at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The Aventador SVJ has a top speed of 217 mph and can accelerate from 0–124 mph in 8.6 seconds.

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Only 62 units of this limited-production car were made. Can you give us its name?

Fifty units of the Maserati MC12 were built for customers, another twelve were built for racing. The MC12 was built to compete in the FIA GT Championship.

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This vehicle succeeded the Zonda in 2012. Do you know what it was called?

The Pagani Huayra was introduced in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. It is a sports car with a mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout and was available in the two-door coupe and two-door roadster body styles.

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This hybrid sports car was limited edition and available in two styles. Can you tell us what it was named?

The Ferrari LaFerrari is a limited production two-seater hybrid sports car designed by Centro Stile Ferrari under Flavio Manzoni. It was available in two versions, the coupé (2013 - 2016) and the roadster (2016 - 2018).

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This vehicle features a turbocharged petrol engine. Do you know its name?

The Lancia Delta HF Integrale is a model produced within the first generation of the Lancia Delta. It is a small family car with a four-wheel drive hot hatch body style and a turbocharged petrol engine.

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This vehicle is a variant of an already-existing luxury sports sedan. What is it called?

Maserati has been making Quattroporte sedans since 1963. The Sport GT S is a variant that was introduced in September 2007 at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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Based on the design from a racing car, this car was made for two years in the sixties. What was its name?

The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a mid-engined sports car based on the Autodelta Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 racing car. It was designed by Franco Scaglione and was manufactured for two years from 1967 to 1969.

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This car was available with a convertible or hardtop and was a variant of the Ghibli. Which option is its name?

The Spyder is a variation of the Maserati Ghibli that went into production in 1969. It is a two-door convertible that had a detachable hardtop available as an option.

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It succeeded the Diablo in 2001. What did the company call it?

The Lamborghini Murciélago was produced from 2001 to 2010, and was available in the two-door coupé and two-door roadster body styles.

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This successful rally car was produced for six years. Which of the following options was it?

The Lancia Stratos won the World Rally Championship from 1974 to 1976. It was designed by Marello Gandini and produced for six years from 1973 to 1978.

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This five-door crossover hit the market in November of 2017. Can you tell us what it's called?

The front-engine, all-wheel drive Alfa Romeo Stelvio debuted at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.

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Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti, do you know the name of this two-door sports car?

The Ferrari 288 GTO, manufactured from 1984 to 1987, is an exotic homologation of the Ferrari 308 GTB. It is a sports car with a two-door berlinetta body style, and was designed by Italian automobile designer, Leonardo Fioravanti.

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This three-door grand tourer has been in production since its debut in Geneva in 2016. What name was it called?

The Ferrari GTC4Lusso is a 3-door shooting-brake grand tourer and the replacement to the Ferrari FF. It made its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and has been in production ever since.

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After being sold for eight years, this car, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, this sports car was discontinued. What did he call it?

The Maserati Bora is a mid-engined, two-door coupe sports car fitted with a V8 engine features a top speed of 171 mph. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, production for the Maserati Bora ceased in 1978, after eight years of being on the market.

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Unveiled at the Turin Motor Show back in 1966, do you know the name of this car?

The Fiat Dino is a two-door sports car, which was produced from 1966 to 1973. It's named after the Ferrari Dino V6 engine.

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This model was revived in 2004 after it was canceled in 1939. Which one of these cars is that vehicle?

The Alfa Romeo 8C was originally a series composed of Alfa Romeo sports, road and racing cars manufactured from 1931 to 1939. The name of the model was revived in 2004 for V8 mid-engined concept car which entered production in 2007.

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This car was discontinued in 2012 and was part of the GranTurismo series. Which of the options was its name?

The Maserati GranTurismo S is a model produced within the Maserati GranTurismo series. This grand tourer was introduced at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show and remained in production until its discontinuation in 2012.

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This vehicle was available in four body styles during the fifties. What was its name?

The Lancia Aurelia was produced from 1950 to 1958, and was available in four body styles, including the four-door saloon, two-door coupé, two-door spider and the two-door convertible. It was the first series to be fitted with the first series-production V6 engine.

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This small family car was very successful for its brand. Do you know its name?

One of Alfa Romeo's most successful models, the Alfasud sold over 890,000 units between 1972 and 1983.

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This vehicle, introduced in the '80s, is still in production today. What is this Italian car?

The Fiat Panda is a city car, which was introduced in 1980 and is currently in its third model generation. It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and is available hatchback and cabriolet body styles.

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This is another vehicle designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. It was sold for almost ten years, ending in 1974. What was it called?

The Iso Grifo, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, is a limited production grand tourer, which was available between 1965 and 1974. It featured a two-door coupe body style and a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout.

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Almost 1,300 units of this vehicle were sold between 1968 and 1973. Can you tell us its name?

The Ferrari Daytona is a two-seat grand tourer which was unveiled at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon as a replacement for the Ferrari 275 GTB/4. "Daytona" is actually the car's nickname. It's official designation is Ferrari 365 GTB/4.

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This sports car was assembled in the Bologna region of Italy. What was it called?

One of the most iconic Italian sports cars, the Lamborghini Countach was designed by Marcello Gandini. The car was produced from 1974 to 1990 and was succeeded by the Lamborghini Diablo.

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This car was introduced in 1962, along with the Spider and Sedan. What name was given to it?

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint is a model of the Giulia which, was produced from 1962 - 1978. It was an updated and rebadged version of earlier Giulietta models and was fitted with a 92 CV engine.

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This car premiered in Paris in 1947 and only 170 units of it was sold. What was its name?

The Cisitalia 202 was designed by Battista "Pinin" Farina, founder of famed design house Carrozzeria Pininfarina. The Cisitalia 202 was produced from 1947 to 1952.

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This is a rear-engine city car. Do you know what it was called?

The Fiat 500 was manufactured from 1957 to 1975 and was one of Fiat's most successful vehicles. Almost 4,000,000 units were built.

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This car was the high-performance version of the 458 Italia. What did its company call it?

The Ferrari 458 Speciale was a 2013 to 2015 model of the Ferrari 458 which made its debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. It was a high-performance variant of the 458 Italia and featured a vented bonnet, finned side sills, forged wheels, taller rear spoiler and redesigned bumpers.

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This car was produced for seven years in the sixties and was also known as the 3500 GTiS. What was its other name?

The Maserati Sebring, also known as the Maserati 3500 GTiS, was a two-door 2+2 coupé, which was produced and marketed by Maserati from 1962 to 1969. This grand tourer was based on the Maserati 3500 and was designed by Giovanni Michelotti.

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This convertible premiered in Germany in 2011 and was manufactured until 2015. Which car was this?

The Ferrari 458 Spider is the convertible variant of the 458 Italia, and featured a retractable hardtop. This sports car made its premiere at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show and was manufactured for five years until 2015.

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About This Quiz

When it comes to the automotive industry, the Italians have never been shy with their designs. They come out with some of the most beautiful, daring, innovative and — lest we forget — expensive vehicles in the world, and they show no signs of slowing down, even though their competitors may be catching up. With brands like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Fiat, Pagani and De Tomaso, the tiny country of Italy has managed to make a name for itself in the world of cars. Think you can identify these famous cars from just an image? We have a way to test just that in this Italian car quiz. 

So, we're going to start off by showing you some of the hottest and most well-known cars Italy has produced, and it'll be up to you to match the vehicle's name to the picture. We have the likes of the Miura, the Zonda, the Enzo, Diablo and Aventador, and we've even added some you may have seen, but aren't sure what their names are. If you get stuck, there are some helpful hints at hand. 

If you think you've got enough Italian car knowledge in your head, it's time to prove it to us in this quiz. 

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