As we were saying, Ford and Chevy are both American. Both of these auto brands have been ridiculously successful and have come to be known for certain cars. For Ford, those vehicles are the Mustang, the F-150, the Escape and, of course, the Focus. When it comes to Chevy, even non-car fans have heard of the Camaro, the Corvette and the iconic Impala. But could you tell us the difference between the two if we showed you a picture of one of them? That's the question we're going to answer today.
The way in which we're going to do that is by asking you a question, as well as show you what the vehicle looks like. It will be your job to glean as much as you can from both to make an educated guess as to which brand was responsible for that vehicle. Of course, if you're a fan, you won't need any help, but if you aren't, then take all the help you can get.
The time has come for you to pluck up the courage and see if you can tell the difference between these Ford and Chevy vehicles.
The second generation of the Ford Transit Connect was introduced in 2014. The model was launched solely in North American markets.
The 1955.5 Chevrolet Cameo was the brand's first high-style pickup truck. It featured chrome-style accents, fiberglass and full wheel covers.
The 2013 Ford Tourneo Connect was previously marketed as the Ford Transit Connect. It was built as a compact panel van and was the last model to be produced during the first generation.
The 1950 Chevy Black Widow was a popular car in the NASCAR series. A model of the Chevrolet 150, the Black Widow won 59 races.
The 2012 Ford Super Duty is also known as the Ford F-Series Super Duty. Introduced during the second model generation of Super Duty, the 2012 Ford Super Duty was a heavy/medium/light duty-truck.
The 1963 Chevy Corvette Coupe was the first model of the second generation of Chevy's sports cars. More than 20,000 units of the car were produced. The Corvette was available as a coupe and convertible.
The 2005 model year of the Ford Five Hundred was introduced in 2004. It succeeded the fourth generation of the Ford Taurus. It was built as a full-size car in a four-door sedan body style.
The 1968 Chevy Nova was a small automobile. It was one of the first models of the third generation of Novas. The 1968 Chevy Nova was available as a two-door coupe and four-door sedan.
The Ford Everest is a five-door wagon. The Everest has been in production since the introduction of its 2003 model year. It is marketed as the Ford Endeavour in India.
The 1971 Chevy G-van was introduced in 1970 for the 1971 model year. This was the first model of the third generation of Chevy G-Vans. The van was manufactured by General Motors.
The 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac was produced as a four-door pickup truck. It was introduced in February 2000 for the 2001 model year. The 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac was created in the first generation of its series.
The 1972 Chevy-LUV was the first model of the second generation of LUVs. It was launched in North America. The LUV was a light pickup truck manufactured by Isuzu.
The 2000 Ford Excursion is a full-size four-door SUV. It was introduced in 1999 for the 2000 model year and served as the replacement for the Centurion Classic.
The 1979 Chevy Corvette was a subcompact car. It featured a front engine and rear-drive. For the 1979 model year, the car received several modifications which included square headlights and a large chrome grille with the company's emblem.
The Ford Contour, alongside the Mercury Mystique, was a model of the Ford Mondeo which was introduced as a successor to the Ford Tempo. The Contour was produced as a mid-size car in four-door saloon, four-door hatchback and five-door estate styles.
The 1980 Chevy Citation was manufactured as a hatchback and a sporty x-11. Designed for the 1980 model year, the car was released in April 1979.
The Ford Crown Victoria is a full-size four-door sedan. The 1992 model was launched in March 1991 for the 1992 model year. The successor to the Ford LTD Crown Victoria, the Crown Victoria is commonly referred to as the Crown Vic.
The 1986 Chevrolet Celebrity was a mid-size car produced in only one generation from 1981 to 1990. The Celebrity was available as a sedan, coupe, and station wagon.
The 1989 Ford probe was designed based on previous Probe concept vehicles. It was the first Ford Probe to be officially launched for sale.
The 1988 Chevy Callaway Sledgehammer was a modified variant of the Chevrolet Corvette. The car featured a coupe body style which was fitted with a Callaway twin turbo engine. It was able to reach a maximum speed of 252 MPH.
The 1981 Ford Escort was classified as a small family car. It was marketed in several countries, including Europe, North America, New Zealand, Australia, Israel and Japan.
The 2002 Chevy Trailblazer was launched in 2001 as a mid-size, four-door SUV. It was the first model to be manufactured under the first generation of the Chevy Trailblazer.
The 1981 Ford Durango was classified as a compact car. It was built as a two-door utility coupe/pickup truck body style. The Durango has sold in limited production.
Introduced in 2004, the 2005 Chevy Uplander succeeded the Chevrolet Venture. The Uplander marked Chevrolet's entrance into the crossover sports van market. It featured a 200hp V6 engine and 4-speed auto transmission.
The 1980s' models for the Ford E-Series underwent a number of modifications throughout the course of their production. The E-series was a range of full-size vans that served as the replacement for the F-series vans.
The 2011 Chevy Aveo was a subcompact car. The last model of its generation, the Chevy Aveo was marketed under several brands, including Pontiac and Suzuki.
The 1976 Ford Gran Torino marked the end of the Torino series. The Torino was available in three body styles: a two-door hardtop, four-door sedan, and station wagon.
The 1987 model of the Chevy Corsica was a small car which was available as a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback. The first of its generation, the Corsica was built on an L-body platform and was initially sold as a fleet car.
The 1976 Ford Bronco was manufactured during the first model generation as a multi-purpose vehicle. It was made available as a roadster, station wagon, or pickup.
The Chevy Lumina APV was manufactured as a three-door minivan. The 1996 model was the final model manufactured following seven years of production. The minivan featured a transverse front-engine and front-wheel drive.
The 1973 Ford Maverick Grabber was built as a compact car. It was made available in a two or four-door sedan body style and was produced and marketed throughout the Americas, specifically North America and Brazil.
The 1997 Chevy Venture was the first model of a series of minivans produced by Chevrolet. The Venture was available as a three or four-door body style. It was succeeded by the Chevy Uplander.
The 1973 Ford Capri was a mid-size sports car. It was manufactured as a fastback coupe body style with an FR layout. The 1973 model featured a new dash, larger headlights, new grille and new interior.
The 1989 Chevy Beretta was a small automobile. It featured a two-door coupe body style with a transverse front-engine and front-wheel-drive layout. The car was designed by Jerry Palmer and manufactured by General Motors.
The 1963 Ford 300 was the only model of its kind to be built given that production lasted only one year. It was popularly used in police and taxi fleets. The Ford 300 was replaced by the Ford Custom series in 1964.
The 1985 Chevy Astro was the first model of its generation. A rear-wheel-drive minivan, the Astro was also marketed as the GMC Safari.
The 1962 Galaxie 500 Club Victoria was launched in 1961. The 1962 model offered a plush interior among several other luxury items. The car was manufactured as a full-size two-door, four-door, and convertible.
The Chevy Sprint is from a series of supermini cars. The 1988 model was the last of its generation. The vehicle was also marketed under the nameplates Suzuki Cultus and Pontiac Firefly.
The 1959 model year for this automobile was manufactured and sold by Edsel as a full-size, four-door station wagon. The Edsel was made for a brief stint from 1958 to 1960.
Production for the Chevrolet Cosworth Vega began with the 1975 model and came to an end one year later. The Chevy Cosworth Vega was a subcompact four passenger car.