Car Logos Quiz #2

Can you identify these car brands based on their logo?
The answer could be a company, make, or model
Some logos altered to remove letters that would give away the answer
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Last updated: May 29, 2019
First submittedMay 29, 2019
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+13
Level 76
May 30, 2019
I did not know of Scion.
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Level 70
Jun 1, 2019
Never heard of them either. Nor Acura. Lincoln and Mustang are American brands that have no presence in Britain so I was always gonna struggle with them.
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Level 43
Jun 20, 2019
Scion used to be a sub-brand of Toyota here in the US until they liquidated it last year and Acura is the luxury model of Honda.
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Level 82
Jul 20, 2019
I've seen Mustangs all over Europe. You always blame your ignorance on where you live I seriously see you do this on every quiz of this sort. here, buy a Lincoln in the UK.
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Level 56
Jul 22, 2019
Or Kalbahamut you could look at the figures and see that on the UKs most popular used car website (autotrader) there are 4 lincolns for sale out of a total of 479,435 cars, and 0 mustangs, so the likelihood of ever having seen one in the uk is unlikely. Just because you love to take every opportunity to tell everyone how well travelled you are doesn't mean that everyone else is, sheesh
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Level 62
Aug 26, 2019
To kalbahamut: living in Europe, here's the thing about Mustang: here, it's absolutely not considered as a brand, but barely a car series by Ford.

I actually had to think twice before I realised that was the answer.

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Level 82
Jan 25, 2020
so what? That's not the point. I got Skoda. Never seen a single one on the roads in the USA. Stop complaining so much and you'd have more time to travel.
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Level 48
Feb 1, 2020
I knew the ones not sold in the US, never traveled to a place that had em, if you know a little bit about cars then you should know them.
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Level 51
Jul 14, 2020
I have heard of both Scion and Acura.
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Level 74
Feb 27, 2021
Given the enormous cultural reach of US media, Mustang and Lincoln seem fair game to me. Acura - sorta. Scion - every day less so. Not many Americans really even remember Saturn, which was a significant brand of GM for two decades. Anyway, it's a quiz testing trivia knowledge, not a bigger rooster contest.
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Level 9
Aug 2, 2021
I've seed a Mustang in Italy
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Level 45
Sep 10, 2021
I don't really know Scion and I also believed Mustang to be a Ford model, but if they are car-brands they belong in this quiz.

I like how I always learn new things on jetpunk.

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Level 60
Sep 10, 2021
As far as I could see, rather than complaining Algernon was just making a point, and a valid one at that, stating that those US cars are rarely seen in the UK making those the most obscure answers for us. And whilst I have seen the odd Mustang in the UK, I have never seen a Lincoln here in my 54 years
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Level 82
Sep 12, 2021
It's not accurate. I've seen Mustangs in Britain and all over Europe in fact, in pretty significant numbers. So it's not accurate. He could have just said "I've never seen a Mustang in the hamlet where I live"... that may have been accurate. But he never phrases it that way. He always makes it sound like it's literally impossible anyone outside of the US would know about American things... which is bollocks... and then he goes and makes nearly identical complaints on dozens if not hundreds of other quizzes. Always complaining about American things, never about Japanese or Russian or French things. Always claiming (inaccurately) that there's no Earthly way anyone could know about these things if they weren't from America. And this is just silly and tiresome. Mustangs are literally everywhere. I've seen them in Romania, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, the Philippines.. they're everywhere. Much more than Skoda. But Skoda isn't American so no complaints about that.
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Level 60
Sep 13, 2021
There are approximately 40 million cars in the UK, of which around 4000 are Ford Mustangs, or one in ten thousand. I have seen a few over the years and have even known people who have owned one but to say that they are seen in significant numbers is not accurate either
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Level 51
May 30, 2019
Forgot about Volvo
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Level 85
May 30, 2019
I should have known them from all the racing games my boys play, but we don't see many Citroëns or Opels in the US. :-)
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Level 50
Jan 22, 2021
Never even heard of Opel till today so we don't have many in the UK either!
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Level 85
Aug 25, 2021
American here, never heard of Opel.
+2
Level 53
Sep 10, 2021
Opel is Vauxhall in the UK. The only thing different is the logo
+3
Level 68
Jul 20, 2019
Isn't mustang a ford?
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Level 82
Jul 20, 2019
Yes but that logo is not used on other Fords, only on Mustangs.
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Level 37
Jul 20, 2019
Mercedes is actually called Mercedes-Benz after Karl Benz and Mercedes Jellinek merged their companies together in 1926. It would be nice if you could correct this mistake.
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Level 29
Dec 5, 2019
does it really matter that much Rainbow Panda
+3
Level 66
Jul 20, 2019
Not ashamed to miss some American cars.. they are not real cars after all..
+7
Level 67
Jul 20, 2019
What?
+5
Level 78
Jul 21, 2019
No, they are so much more.
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Level 79
Jul 21, 2019
A history lesson appears in order.
+1
Level 56
Jul 22, 2019
go on then?
+2
Level 52
Sep 7, 2019
I'm American and I totally agree
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Level 73
Jul 23, 2019
I'm curious: why do you leave a single letter on two of the logos? It kinda takes a bit of the challenge away, especially on a quiz where almost all of the answers have been guessed correctly by over 50% of quiztakers...
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Level 71
Sep 13, 2021
I agree, if each logo was covered by a paper bag it would make the quiz much more challenging.
+2
Level 56
Sep 26, 2019
Do one with defunct brands! :-)
+3
Level 74
Feb 27, 2021
Open source here. Nobody stoppin ya.
+1
Level 21
Nov 10, 2019
Got all with 3 minutes to spare!
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Level 64
Nov 20, 2019
Now I feel dumb for not trying Mustang while closely looking at that horse.
+1
Level 63
Apr 8, 2020
Please accept Vauxhall for the Opel logo as that is what it is known as in the UK
+1
Level 79
May 4, 2020
Wouldn't Vauxhall have a different logo?
+2
Level 18
Jan 20, 2021
what is vauxall
+2
Level 63
Jun 2, 2021
Vauxhall shouldn't be accepted, the logo shown is for Opel only which is Vauxhall cars sold in Europe, the Vauxhall logo is completely different.
+1
Level 54
Jul 16, 2020
I thought Scion was relatively common at least in America, I never see Skoda or Opel much so I missed those and then somehow missed Volvo and Suzuki
+1
Level 61
Nov 9, 2020
How did I get Scion but not Lamborghini?
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Level 18
Jan 15, 2021
I'm sorry I live in the us but what the heck is a Bentley
+1
Level 74
Mar 12, 2021
One of the only 7/20 answers I got. (I don't drive)
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Level 56
Sep 10, 2021
Bentleys are in the ballpark of Rolls Royces. Over the top luxurious cars that are extremely pricey. Originally a British brand, German tech. Just like Rolls Royce. Except where RR has BMW tech, Bentley has Audi/Volkswagen tech.
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Level 25
May 24, 2021
Got it done in 38 seconds!
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Level 50
Jun 5, 2021
Scion is defunct. Replace it with another car brand.
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Level 57
Sep 10, 2021
Kind of confusing that Mustang is the only car-specific logo on the list (the rest are car manufacturers). Logo should probably just be Ford. Also Scion is not in production anymore... not saying it should be removed necessarily but it is a bit of a trick question considering they were rather obscure to begin with.
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Level 23
Sep 10, 2021
never heard of scion, citroen, or open in my life
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Level 27
Sep 13, 2021
Never heard of Skoda.
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