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Cars by Country Quiz

For each selected auto marque, name the country in which it originated.
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  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Sep 26, 2017
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For this quiz, the answer must correspond to the yellow box. You can move the yellow box by clicking the cell you want to move to, or by using the arrow or tab keys.

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Marque
Country
Toyota
BMW
Ford
Hyundai
Lamborghini
Honda
Chevrolet
Volvo
Suzuki
Porsche
Marque
Country
Fiat
Geely
Tesla
Rolls-Royce
Kia
Lada
Holden
Seat
Citroën
Nissan
Marque
Country
Ferrari
Volkswagen
Mazda
Chrysler
Tata
Peugeot
Aston Martin
Alfa Romeo
Dacia
Škoda
Answer Stats
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level 18
Sep 13, 2011
Got 'em all. Once again my obsession with Top Gear pays off!
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level 18
Apr 20, 2015
same here
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level 16
May 16, 2016
Same here
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level 4
Dec 1, 2011
Never heard of Geely, although I have the Austrailian V8 Supercars to thank for knowing Holden. 100%, though.
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level 57
Dec 12, 2011
surprised holden is below geely
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level 64
Aug 3, 2014
Don't be too surprised. I got Holden thanks to Jeremy, Richard and Captain Slow (Mr. Slowly in Italy), but once my knowledge was exhausted I just started guessing high population/demand nations. I suspect many fellow quizzlers did the same.
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level 55
Feb 7, 2018
No.
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level 72
Feb 7, 2018
Yes.
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level 8
Feb 7, 2018
Oh ok his mistake
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level 15
Feb 7, 2012
It's funny how many of these are Japanese
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level 50
Aug 10, 2014
Welcome to reality, where the Japanese are the technology kings. Holographic pop stars, cars, phones, EVERYTHING, and they still manage to keep their history with ryokans and old quarters.
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level 40
Feb 7, 2018
How is it funny?
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level 52
Feb 7, 2018
Congratulations, you replied to a comment exactly six years after it was posted....
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level 7
Apr 2, 2012
Surprising to see Tesla that low on this list.
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level 73
Feb 7, 2018
Well, if you're like me and knew that Nikola Tesla was from Europe, you would guess every European country you could think of and never make the leap to try USA.
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level 15
Apr 9, 2012
LOL, I thought Porsche was Italian
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level 72
May 23, 2013
Me too
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level 4
Dec 21, 2015
wow... just wow. xD
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level 10
Apr 16, 2012
When in doubt, think Japan... Also, I have to thank my obsession with Top Gear. 100% woot
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level 20
May 17, 2012
Um...if Tesla is made in America, how come I've never even heard of them till this quiz?
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level 72
Aug 11, 2014
Because it's a $100K electric car for the super elite. A pretty impressive piece of technology though.
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level 27
Aug 12, 2014
Or maybe because you don't know much about cars?
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level 72
Feb 8, 2018
Tesla score up to 74% as of today. Clearly a lot more brand recognition than just a few years back.
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level 22
May 22, 2012
Tesla's actually makes great cars, because theyre electric. I never heard of Holden before but when uk and usa didnt work i tried australia. 2:22 and i don't know much of non european cars :D
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level 27
Aug 12, 2014
Hybrid (that means it uses petrol engine to the power electric engine which in turn powers the car, increasing its range)
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level 20
Sep 19, 2017
Teslas are not hybrids
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level 22
Jul 21, 2012
Surprise!! Didn't know I knew that much about cars - also didn't know that China made cars
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level 52
Jan 4, 2013
China is now the largest car market. Geely and others make copies of others models, as in Chery models like Chevys! Buick still exists because of it's popularity in China.
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level 27
Aug 10, 2014
Yeah. Check out TG's china episode. They make the famous JDEGC 48257gP model there in China
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level 1
Sep 12, 2012
Too Easy! got all right in no time!
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level 20
Nov 24, 2012
100% with 1:48 to go! And I do not have a car :-D
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level 40
Dec 25, 2012
Holden! Yippee! Soo great to see an Aussie answer that isn't kangaroos n crap.
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level 49
Sep 24, 2015
So true. +1
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level 1
Dec 28, 2012
It might be notable to point out that Holden is actually just Chevrolet operating under a pseudonym, while they do most exclusively operate in AU it does not mean that they are any less a US company
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level 52
Jan 4, 2013
Holden is totally separate company. GM owns a large part of it, and uses some of their RWD cars re-badged as Chevy or Pontiac to revive hot cars, or to sell cop cars.
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level 48
Feb 8, 2013
Am pretty sure GM do own them, I was under the impresion GM operate as Holden in Australia, Opel in Europe and Vauxhall in the UK. All originally idependant firms, but all one and the same now.
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level 69
May 8, 2014
Holden is 100% owned by GM. Historically designed and built a few models exclusively for Australia with small sales to NZ, other Pacific and LHD countries. Some models have been configured for RHD markets and exported in limited quantities. Holden/GM have announced in 2014 that they will no longer manufacture cars in Australia (too expensive) but will keep the badge and their world class R&D department
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level 65
Jan 7, 2015
Holden started out after WW2 as a wholly Australian owned car manufacturer but eventually was taken over by GM.
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level 58
Dec 1, 2015
Yes, Holden is a subsidiary of GM. See their website: http://www.holden.com.au/corporate/inside-holden
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level 28
Dec 30, 2012
100 percent with 2:15 left...haven't drove a car yet... WOOT!
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level 32
Jun 4, 2013
never heard of a Geely or a Tesla
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level 60
Aug 10, 2014
Tesla cars are great. Saw one not too long ago on the highway, wanted it straight away!!
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level 27
Aug 10, 2014
Really? Where? I've never seen one apart from on the tv
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level 72
Aug 11, 2014
There's a bunch here in the Midwest, seem to see one about once a week, even up here in the tundra! I've seen plenty when traveling out to the Bay Area as well. They're around most major metros now.
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level 27
Aug 12, 2014
Might go to the US just to see one then :)
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level 20
Mar 31, 2017
Or just go to the Netherlands, you can't miss them
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level 41
Jul 9, 2013
Just missed Holden. Great quiz!
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level 49
Aug 10, 2014
I don't know much about European or American car, but I never miss Japanese and Korean one!
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level 71
Aug 10, 2014
I got Dacia. Passed a lot of those on the roads in Romania. I was told that they sell for about $500 and have a top speed of 50 kph.
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level 27
Aug 10, 2014
In the UK they cost around 6000 pounds (making them the cheapest new car on the market) and they're not THAT slow.
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level 71
Aug 19, 2014
They may have improved the specs and raised the price since the early 2000s.
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level 43
Feb 11, 2018
500 USD It is the price for the oldest models, before 2000 or even oldest. In the last years, after Renault bought Dacia, the new models are really good
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
yeah, my anecdote is from quite a long time ago.
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level 10
Aug 10, 2014
97%
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level 10
Aug 10, 2014
Forgot Holden
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level 46
Aug 10, 2014
I got 98% but had to do some guessing! fun all the same
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level 73
Aug 10, 2014
Dacia is the least guessed? That's disappointing, really, given that Dacia is simply the old roman name of Romania...
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level 72
Feb 7, 2018
That would make another good quiz - former names of countries.
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level 8
Aug 16, 2014
The answer for Skoda is Czechoslovakia, not Czech Republic. It should at least accept both answers.
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level 22
Dec 5, 2014
What? Czechoslovakia does not exist for many years!! Czech Republic is correct
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level 70
Dec 29, 2014
No, the quiz asks for the country in which the brand originated. Skoda Auto certainly originated long before the Czech Republic was a country. Perhaps the instructions should say "modern-day country".
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level 45
Sep 23, 2015
And USSR for Lada than, I guess...
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level 56
Oct 6, 2016
Yes and yes. Those are the countries they originated in, regardless of whether they exist today.
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level 8
Aug 28, 2014
100% with 2:18 left.
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level 57
Oct 27, 2014
Made a Cars by City quiz inspired by this one, if you like this, check it out : http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/55128/city-by-car-brands
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level 33
Nov 13, 2014
never heard of Geely, Tata and Dacia. completely forgot about South Korea's very existance in car manufacturing. Scored 24 in the end.
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level 22
May 26, 2017
Tata is the biggest vehicle manufacturer of India and produces more buses and trucks than cars
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level 26
Feb 7, 2018
Tata also owns Jaguar and Land Rover, two "UK" car marques that are pretty well known internationally.
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level 43
Dec 4, 2014
100% with 2:55 on the clock. fun quiz
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level 14
Jan 5, 2015
21/30. Happy with that as I only have a car to get from A to B!
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level 65
Jan 7, 2015
I'd rather have a car that goes from A to Z.
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level 66
Feb 27, 2015
It's great that you accept Korea without South. How about Czech without Republic?
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level 18
Apr 20, 2015
100% with 2:34 left! :D
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level 21
Jun 8, 2015
Volvo is actually an excellent car and will soon be bought by VW.
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level 72
Feb 8, 2018
Well, actually part of Geely now.
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level 49
Sep 24, 2015
Is it just me, or is Tesla South African. Also, I thought Porsche was Austrian. :(
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level 72
Feb 8, 2018
Tesla is definitely American, though Elon Musk is South African-born.
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level 57
Mar 11, 2016
Who are the 9% that didn't know where Ferarri comes from?!?!
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level 23
Apr 13, 2016
100% with 2:55 left...
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level 11
Jul 4, 2016
Suzuki sounds like it comes from South Korea
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level 39
Aug 25, 2016
All done, except Dacia.
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level 21
Sep 15, 2016
22 lol
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level 32
Feb 24, 2017
finished wotyh 2 : 14 lefgt
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level 17
Apr 25, 2017
Very nice quiz. Just guessed the exotic ones as there are not that many countries with actica car-marking industries. Also notable that quite a lot of those brands are actually owned by other´s on the list, as Seat, Skoda and Porsche are owned by Volkswagen and Rolls Royce is owned by BMW.
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level 2
Jul 12, 2017
every correct
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level 45
Feb 7, 2018
Land Rover, Subaru, and Renault are notably missing. Also a bunch of the luxury brands, like Audi, Jaguar, Maserati, Bentley, Lexus, Acura, Infiniti, Cadillac, etc. but I guess you could say that those are covered by their parent companies, which are on the list.
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level 55
Feb 7, 2018
The quiz isn't a definitive list. I never really understand why people say such-and-such is missing from particular quizzes, as if they think that a quiz is testing you on everything in a category.
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level 72
Feb 7, 2018
Just thinking of additional ones that might have been forgotten. Occasionally QM will add something new from those comments. Why is it a problem?
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level 65
Feb 7, 2018
easy one...100% 3.19 left
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level 53
Feb 7, 2018
I'm surprised more people know where Tata (or Geely) comes from than Dacia. It is named after the ancient Roman name for the geographical area where present-day Romania is located.
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level 72
Feb 8, 2018
Perfectly reasonable that more people might be familiar with the largest car maker in the country with 1/5 of the world's population than they are about an ancient Roman name for the area containing modern Romania.
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level 44
Feb 7, 2018
Answer counts: Japan - 6 USA, Italy - 4 Germany - 3 Other - 12 Variety Please?
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level 71
Feb 7, 2018
Why don't you message all the other countries of the world and tell them that they should build up their automotive industries so you can have more fun taking this quiz.
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level 44
Feb 7, 2018
Surprised not to see MINI in there
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level 50
Feb 8, 2018
Good quizz. What about Renault and Mercedes (2 big ones) ? :)
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level 37
Feb 9, 2018
100% with 2:59 remaining, motor sports obsessive here! :D
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level 22
Feb 10, 2018
Never even heard of Tata or Dacia...
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level 71
Feb 11, 2018
I saw a lot of Dacias driving around Romania. You could also guess this if you knew your Roman history. I saw a few Tatas in Saudi Arabia and more in India. Though the most impressive tatas I ever saw might have been in Munich during Oktoberfest.
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level 21
Feb 11, 2018
Dacia are regularly advertising on TV in the UK, last year reached 100k on UK roads (more than many others on this list). Tata built a new development centre in the UK last year, though figures on the road hardly reflect that.
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level 55
Feb 13, 2018
Tata now own a number of marques that started in other countries: Daewoo, Jaguar and Land Rover are examples.
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level 3
Feb 12, 2018
when you type in korea but not south korea :/
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