Are you a Blue Oval kind of person, or do you prefer a bow tie badge on your car? Many people have an undying allegiance to one of these two brands, and a sworn hatred of the other.
Ford has been a main fixture in the U.S. automotive industry since the early 20th century. Henry Ford pioneered the use of assembly lines to make cars, which cut costs and allowed people who previously couldn't afford an automobile the chance to ditch the horse and buggy. Still based in Dearborn, Michigan, the company continues to be a force to be reckoned with worldwide.
Chevy began as an independent brand in the early 20th century before it was acquired by General Motors, which still owns it. With its international headquarters still in Detroit, GM has the hearts of many Americans, as well as a fair number of people in other countries. The company has claimed the spot as the largest automaker in the world multiple times in recent history.
Whether you favor Ford or Chevy, you'll need knowledge of both to ace this quiz. Are you ready to test your knowledge? Take the quiz now!