30 Little Known Facts About Sports Cars
by Steven Symes
Doug DeMuro

Do you enjoy cars that can really move? Sports cars are about more than just flat-out acceleration, even though many of them boast plenty of capability in that area. They're also supposed to serve up tight handling, so you can really carve through a twisting road without much difficulty. 

The term "sports car" wasn't even created until after the close of World War I. The first two sports cars were made in 1910. One was the Prince Henry or Prinz Heinrich Vauxhall. The other was the 27/80PS Austro-Daimler, which was designed by none other than Ferdinand Porsche himself. Both cars would be considered laughably underpowered, slow, and not great handlers by today's standards. 

Are you a sports car nut? Can you pick out the different makes and models, or even better, the model years, of sports cars as they drive by? Can you identify a sports car just from the exhaust sound? This quiz is designed to really test your knowledge of obscure facts. See just how many you know by taking the quiz right now! 

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