Can You Identify These Cars Without Their Logos?

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VROOM VROOM! Today we're speeding around the world with this quiz! With all the car brands on the street, you might easily recognize them by their logo, but what if we remove that? From BMWs to Toyotas to GMCs, can you identify these cars without their logos?

German inventor Karl Benz is credited with the creation of the first automobile with an internal engine. As one would expect, when car brands began to form, one of Germany's first, Mercedes-Benz was named for the inventor. The country would go on to have a list of well-known brands such as Audi, BMW, and Volkswagen. 

Countries like Japan, Italy, and the United States are also well known for their brands. Japan dominates with Nissan and Toyota while Italy is filled with luxury cars like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati. The United States has their own classics of Ford and General Motors. Although these car brands are popular, they are usually instantly recognizable due to their logos. What if we remove them?

Could you recognize an Audi without its four connecting rings? Could you pick out a Honda if the "H" wasn't shining on the front and back of the car? Is a GMC recognizable without the large GMC letters? There's only one way to find out!

Can you master this car quiz and pick out all the vehicles without their logos? Are you ready to put the pedal to the metal and drive your way to a perfect score? Let's find out!

The second generation of the Tacoma is ranked among the top off-roaders available today. As with all Toyotas, the Tacoma is extremely reliable, an important part of any off-roading adventure. Many owners do choose to modify the stock suspension, however, especially if they take their vehicles off-road often.

The new generation of the Volkswagen Beetle, the A5, manages to retain the essence of one of the world's most famous cars, yet look modern at the same time. This version has been in production since 2011 and its available as a 3-door coupe and a 2-door convertible. It was designed by Walter de Silva.

The Kuga forms part of the very competitive compact crossover market. But it's not only in Europe where it is popular. Marketed under the name Escape, the vehicle is sold in the US as well. Other markets include South Africa and Australia. The Kuga is available as either a front-wheel or all-wheel drive.

Formerly Dodge RAM, this line of trucks dropped the Dodge in 2011. These are some of the most popular trucks in the United States, and models include the RAM 1500. In fact, in just one year (2016), RAM sold nearly 500,000 units in America.

After initially competing in the crossover mid-sized category from its introduction in 2004, the 2018 model of the Equinox will now feature in the compact crossover class. The Equinox is available with either 1500 cc or 2000 cc gas engine or a 1600 cc turbo diesel powerplant.

A luxury SUV, the Tesla Model X is an electric vehicle capable of traveling between close to 300 miles on a single charge. Sporting all-wheel drive and two motors, the top of the range P90D produces 193 kilowatts to the front tires and 375 kilowatts to the rear tires!

When you think of big luxury SUVs, certainly the Escalade pops into your mind. With its massive 20-inch rims, large tires and plenty of chrome, the Escalade is perfect for those who want to make an entrance.

First introduced in 1935, the Suburban has a legacy that is hard to beat. Current models have a range of powerplant options including a 5.3-liter V8 engine with a six-speed gearbox. The Suburban is a large vehicle. It is made for more open trails as opposed to narrow off-road sections should you choose to take it off the tarred roads. Luckily, with a ground clearance of around 8 inches, rocky terrain isn't a problem.

The H3 model of the Hummer was introduced in 2005 and is by far the smallest of the Hummer models. Three engine options were available for the H3, with the most powerful a 5.3-liter V8 which produced 300 brake horsepower. Sadly, General Motors discontinued the brand in 2010, but many Hummers remain on roads around the world.

Introduced by BMW in 1975, the 3-series is one of the German car maker's top-selling brands. In fact, worldwide, over two million of these vehicles have been sold in the last 60 months.

This popular executive car was introduced by the German auto manufacturer in 1994. The current mode, the B9, is the sixth incantation and offers a range of engine options from 1.8-liter to 3.0-liter. The top of the range S4 is a beast, capable of a 0-60 mph time of just over 4 seconds.

The Fiesta was exclusively designed for European and world markets, with the first produced in 1976. Currently in its seventh generation, the Fiesta forms part of the very competitive supermini class. The new 2017 model has a range of engine options from 1000 cc to 1500 cc gas-driven and 1500 cc turbo diesel.

A compact crossover vehicle (CUV), the Tiguan (a combination of tiger and iguana, apparently) was launched in 2007. Volkswagen immediately had a hit on their hands, with the car selling 700,000 units in four years. The Tiguan is now in its second generation.

Introduced in 1998, the Smart ForTwo is a niche microcar that weighs a mere 880 kg. It is also only 106 inches long and 65 inches wide. Now in its third generation, it is available as a 3-door hatchback or 2-door cabriolet.

The Silverado and the GMC Sierra share exactly the same mechanical build and configuration. Now in its third generation, some top end models are powered by a 6600 cc V8 engine which develops 397 brake horsepower. The Silverado remains one of the most sought-after pickups in the United States.

The Nissan Titan has a few different loadouts. One of these, the Pro-4x option, was a specifically designed off-road package that turned the Titan into a more than useful off-road vehicle. The Titan also has a very effective 5.6-liter V8 engine.

Subaru makes awesome performance cars noted for their incredible handling. So how does their semi off-roader fair? Well, it’s pretty awesome, in fact. Not only good value for money, the Outback offers symmetrical all-wheel drive, excellent ground clearance and an impressive power plant. The vehicle is currently in its fifth generation.

Introduced in 2000 by BMW, the Mini One kept the charm of the old Mini but upscaled it into a regular-sized car. They proved extremely popular, especially in the States where over 270,000 had been sold in the last half-decade alone.

The A-Class was introduced in 1997, and by 2012 had moved into the compact car segment. Only sold in Europe and other parts of the world, it has proved to be popular thanks to its versatility. In fact, in the past five years, it has sold around 500,000 units in Europe alone.

Although Volvo as a company has been in existence since 1914, they only produced their first car in 1927. The company is known as a purveyor of some of the safest cars on the roads including the Volvo V40 hatchback which is a real looker as well.

Introduced in 1977, the BMW is the flagship of the company's executive cars. It is currently in its sixth generation.

The Opel Mokka is the German car manufacturer’s current SUV offering. It was launched in 2012 and is available in a number of markets. Interestingly, this SUV is marketed in China and the USA, but as the Buick Encore. The Mokka offers both gas and diesel powerplants.

The Grand Cherokee, sold by Jeep all over the world, first came out in 1992. Now in its fourth generation, the Grand Cherokee remains in demand. In fact, around 277,000 of this model were sold in 2015 alone.

With a standard package of a two-speed transfer case, a rear locking differential as well as a boxed ladder frame, the Nissan XTerra is a brilliant off-roader. It is powered by 4.0-liter V6 engine which produces 265 brake horsepower.

This iconic German brand has continued to thrill motorists the world over since the first Golf Mk1 hit the roads over 40 years. Now in its seventh incarnation, Golfs remain extremely popular and have become top of the range, highly sophisticated cars, with the GTI leading the way.

The iconic Mercedes Benz company came about in 1925 with the merger of Benz & Cie and the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG) company. It has produced many cars over the years but the B Class is one of its newer models. It was introduced in 2005 and is classified as a sports tourer.

As part of the supermini class, the Corsa was first introduced into Europe in 1982. Marketed under the Vauxhall badge in the United Kingdom, this model has remained very popular and is currently in its fifth generation.

Over the years, the Land Rover has become a favorite of many, with the Defender one of the company's most iconic models. The first Defender rolled off the production lines in 1983 and remained in production till 2016. Land Rover is currently owned by the Indian company, Tata.

A hybrid sports car first seen in 2014, the i8 is not only good for the environment but it is possibly one of the best-looking cars on the road today. And for a hybrid, it is incredibly quick, going from 0-60 mph in just 4.4. seconds.

A Chevrolet global brand, the second generation of the Cruze is also available in the United States where it is a fairly popular model. It is powered by a 1400 cc gas engine that produces an impressive 154 brake horsepower.

The Escape forms part of the very competitive compact crossover market. But it's not only in the United States the Escape is popular. Marketed under the name Kuga, the vehicle is sold in Europe, South Africa and Australia to name a few overseas markets. The Escape comes standard with a 6-speed automatic gearbox and is available in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive.

A small off-road option, the Jimny has been produced by Suzuki since the 1970s with the third generation of the marque currently available. The Jimny offers either two-wheel or four-wheel drive and a range of power plant options with the 1.4-liter being the biggest.

Equally at home on a tarred or dirt road, the Touareg has a great pedigree and is built on the same platform as both the Dakar-winning Touareg racer as well as the Porsche Cayenne. One of its major plus points, especially when going off-road, is a diesel motor that produces loads of torque.

The Clio has been a very popular compact car option in Europe for the past two decades. Available in a range of configurations, the Clio sold over 310,000 units in Europe in 2016 alone.

Audi produce a range of modern vehicles including the A1, launched in 2010 in the super-mini class. The A1 has a number of powerplant options from 1.2-liter petrol engines to 2.0-liter turbo-diesels. This car is favored by drivers who want a sporty offering, but a relatively small car at the same time. Audi is currently a brand of the Volkswagen group.

First released in the United Kingdom in 1979, the Astra is exactly the same as the Opel version except it is a right-hand drive car. Currently in its seventh generation, this vehicle has proved a popular seller both for Vauxhall and Opel.

Like its smaller counterpart the Fiesta, the Ford Focus was designed for the European and world markets. The Focus is available in a host of models, with the top of the range ST a real boy racer!

Named after the founder of the company, the Opel Adam was launched in 2012. It currently competes for market share in the city car class. This three-door hatchback has three powerplant options from 1.0-liter to 1.4-liter.

Available as a two-door, four-door double and four-door crew cab, the GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado are effectively the same trucks. The Sierra is popular with customers looking for a rugged pickup capable of going the distance. Its ability to take a beating is one of the reasons the Sierra is used by the U.S. military.

The minivan market in the United States is fiercely competitive. The Pacifica from Chrysler is fairly new, but already has made an impression with impressive sales in its first year.

A famous brand for over 20 years, Chevrolet resurrected the name in 1997 and it is currently attached to a model in the mid-sized vehicle class. The top of the line model comes with a 9-speed automatic gearbox paired with a 2000 cc turbocharged engine pushing out 250 brake horsepower

The muscle car revolution of the 1960s brought about the iconic Dodge Charger. And still today, the Charger, in its seventh generation takes on its traditional rivals, the Corvette and the Mustang. The 2016 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat has a 6.2 liter supercharged engine capable of producing 707 brake horsepower. Can you just imagine how it sounds?

First released in 1948, without a doubt, the F-Series by Ford is the most iconic pickup in U.S. motoring history. Over the past 30 years, the F-150 has outsold every competitor each and every year. And it's not difficult to see why. Now a thoroughly modern brand, the F-150 keeps that incredible personality of its predecessors.

Still going strong today, the Dodge Grand Caravan was first introduced in 1984 and is considered to be one of the first minivans.

Introduced in 2002, the 1-series offered BMW fans a small car than both the 3 and 5-series. The first generation included a hatchback, not a model type often found in the BMW range.

Now part of the FIAT group, Chrysler has made some eye-catching models throughout their history. One of these, the PT Cruiser, is certainly a talking point. You either love it or hate it! Enough people loved it, however, with over 1 million sold between 2000 and 2011.

The Fusion, a mid-sized sedan model from Ford, first hit the market in 2006. Straight away, Ford had a winner on their hands and a range of models followed including a hybrid as well as a fully electric version. The Fusion is now one of the most popular models in the United States.

The Impala name is synonymous with Chevrolet. This iconic brand first hit the vehicle market in 1958. Now in its 10th generation, the Impala is still a well-loved brand for car enthusiasts in the United States. Well over a half-million Impalas have been sold since 2012.

Currently in its third generation, the Opel Zafira is the German automaker's entry into the MPV market. The Zafira was introduced in 1999. It is also produced in the United Kingdom under the Vauxhall badge.

The Tesla S was introduced in 2012. This all-electric five-door can travel 340 miles on one battery charge and is the most-sold electric car in the world after the Nissan Leaf.

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