By Kennita Leon on April 30, 2018
Usually, when we do the Battle of the Car Brands quizzes, we pit brands from different nations against each other. Not because it makes it easier for you to guess the correct answer, but also because the countries are competing with each other. In the rare cases where we do take two brands from the same country, like Toyota versus Honda from Japan or Audi versus BMW from Germany, it makes for not only a more interesting quiz but a more challenging one. So, do you pay enough attention to what's going on in the U.S. (car-wise) to tell us which of these vehicles are Ford and which are Chevy?
Both Ford and Chevy are headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. But while Ford is its own stand-alone brand, Chevy is a division of the General Motors Company. Both automakers have more than 100 years in the business, but where Ford sells automobiles, Chevy does not. We can already tell that this one is going to be difficult, so are you ready?
If you want to test your knowledge and see whether you're one of those one out of 24 people who know the difference between Ford and Chevy vehicles, let's get started! Will you do the U.S. of A. proud or will you be kicked out in shame?