Trivial Pursuit: Auto Edition

Think you know everything about cars? Guess again! See if you know the answers to these car-related trivia questions!

Questions:

  1. What is Henry Ford most famous for?
  2. Which city was the first to use three-color stop lights?
  3. What car does Steve McQueen drive in the movie Bullitt?
  4. What American city was General Motors founded in?
  5. Which car appeared simultaneously on the covers of Time and Newsweek?
  6. In which year was the first Corvette introduced?
  7. What was the first Japanese car to be produced in the United States?
  8. What was the first car?
  9. How quickly can the Lamborghini Urus get from 0-62 mph?
  10. Which city was the first one to use parking meters?
  11. What was the first official White House car?
  12. What does the acronym of BMW stand for?
  13. What car did Clyde Barrow of Bonnie and Clyde drive?
  14. What is the world’s largest automaker?
  15. What is the official fastest car in the world?

Answers:

  1. He created the first mass-produced car (the Model T) via assembly line in 1908.
  2. Detroit, Michigan in 1919
  3. McQueen drives a green 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback
  4. Flint, Michigan
  5. The Mustang
  6. In 1953 300 Corvettes were built, making it the rarest Corvette.
  7. The Honda Accord was produced in Ohio in 1982.
  8. Karl Benz developed the first gasoline engine. In 1886, he patented the Benz Patent-Motorwagen which is now recognized as the first internal combustion automobile.
  9. 6 seconds
  10. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1935
  11. President William Taft ordered a 1909 White Steamer
  12. Bavarian Motor Works, or Bayerische Motoren Werke in German
  13. Ford V-8
  14. The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling car in the world.
  15. The Koenigsegg Agera RS at 278 mph!

How many did you get right?! Let us know which questions had you stumped!

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