- This car's name means 'don't know' in Czech, but that could be massively misleading. Or even untrue.

Marques out of 10

Can you name the manufacturer? At least one of these is a bit tricky.

3y ago

Cars covered in brightly coloured question marks is the latest craze to sweep the on-line automotive quiz world. In this, their latest manifestation, they indicate that you have to look at the picture of the car and identify the manufacturer from the four options written below.

Some of them are easy. The car above, for example, is an old Renault, I'll tell you that for nothing. But one of them at least is pretty tricky to most people. Let's put it this way: I scored 9/10, and it's my own quiz.

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  • Actually, "Škoda" means "pitty" or "damage" in Czech (but of course it's really named after the founder Emil Škoda)

      3 years ago
  • Škoda has many meanings, but “don’t know” is not one of them. Get your facts straight.

      3 years ago
  • 9/10 the hummer Toyota got me!

      3 years ago
  • That'll teach me to trust you. 3 out of 10. Better than I expected, frankly.

      3 years ago
  • Toyota. Why o why.... Now I have to live with 9/10. Sigh.

      3 years ago