The true or false motoring quiz: Part 33
There’s never been a road-legal Lamborghini with a turbocharged V12 engine.
The ALFA in ALFA ROMEO is actually a short form of something.
Ferrari’s latest creation – the Portofino M – is a 2-seater coupe.
Kia Motors can trace its roots back to a bicycle manufacturer.
French carmaker Alpine came into existence after Hyundai Motor Company did.
There was once a Mini called the Paceman.
Presently, Smart only makes plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs).
Nissan was last to join the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance.
HTRAC is for Hyundai as xDrive is for BMW.
The 2021 F-Pace becomes Jaguar’s second PHEV.