Big car quiz of the year 2019 - answers

So how did you do? Here are the answers to our big car quiz of the year

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That was 2019

1          a) Ford2          b) 4003          b) 10 years of the R84          c) Fullback5          c) £211,5996          a) Ice cream van7          b) Moon buggy8          c) £98,0009          a) 812 Superfast10        b) 8th generation

Sporting chance

11       a) Jorge Lorenzo12       b) Six13       a) Estonian14       c) Simon Pagenaud15       a) Alexander Albon16       a) Toyota17       b) 38518       c) 2 points19       b) Vietnam20       a) Citroen


21       a) 4,180,00022       b) Red and blue23       b) 196524       c) Median strip25       b) 198526       a) 1427       2) Key West, Florida to Fort Kent, Maine28       3) BMW29       2) 197430       a) 1969 Dodge Charger


31       c) Kraftwerk32       a) Datsun and Buick33       b) It was good for his voice34       a) He shot it35       b) Peugeot 40536       a) I’m in Love With My Car – Queen37       a) Ferrari 250 GTO38       c) DeTomaso Mangusta39       b) 58mph40       c) Daft Punk

Our friends electric

41       a) SF90 Stradale42       a) GM EV143       b) The Boring Company44       a) Emit an artificial sound at speeds below 12mph45       c) Mirafiori, Italy46       b) Combined Charging System47       c) Tesla Model 348       a) Honda e49       c) Carbon fibre50       a) Volkswagen ID.3


51       a) Ott 19 (World Rally champions’ first names, plus the year they won)52       b) Consul Classic (Model evolution of Ford’s family-sized car in reverse order)53       c) E46 (BMW 3-Series model codes in chronological order)54       a) iPace (19) (Winners of the European Car of the Year title and the years that they won)55       c) Greening (UK’s Secretary of State for Transport in reverse chronological order)56       a) Blue (UK’s most popular car colours in 2018, according to SMMT)57       c) A6 (The UK’s longest A-roads, in descending order)58       a) Lotus Esprit Turbo 81 (James Bond cars and the years in which they appeared on screen)59       b) M27 J7 (M27 motorway junctions in ascending order; there is no J6)60       a) Keele (M6 motorway services heading northbound)

Say what? 

61       b) Walter Röhrl62       a) Henry Ford63       c) Mario Andretti64       a) Ralf Speth, CEO of JLR65       b) “I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered.”66       b) “If you ain’t trying to cheat a little, you ain’t likely to win much.”67       c) “Cars are the sculptures of our everyday lives.”68       c) Carroll Shelby69       a) “An expert is someone who tells you why you can’t do something.”70       a)  “If God had meant for us to walk, why did he give us feet that fit car pedals?”

What's in a name? 

71       b) It was trademarked by German company Krupps72       a) Road Rover73       c) Toyota74       c) Kauai75       a) It’s an acronym of Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili76       a) Electric77       b) Chrysler78       c) Morris Mini Minor and Austin Seven79       a) It’s the Japanese name for the star constellation Pleiades80       a) Winds

Nuts and bolts

81       a) Clutch82       b) Suspension systems83       a) Manifold Absolute Pressure84       c) Reduces body roll through fast corners85       b) It has two clutches86       b) Convertibles87       b) Worldwide Harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure88       c) In the engine, joining the piston to the con rod89       a) Pferdestärke90       a) Charging systems for electric cars

Spot the detail

91       Volkswagen ID.392       BMW X193       Fiat 500X Sport94       Ford Puma95       Honda Jazz96       Jaguar I-Pace97       Land Rover Defender98       McLaren 600LT Spider99       MINI Electric100     Vauxhall Astra

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