The popular image of concept cars is that they're not just leading edge, but bleeding edge: a little too "out there" to be viable, roadable vehicles anytime soon. But the concepts in this quiz show you can package innovative pizzazz with production-ready practicality.
Question 1 of 20
The 1963 Corvette model that was derived from the 1961 Mako Shark concept was the:
Question 2 of 20
The Chevrolet Camaro had a prominent "acting" role in what recent action blockbuster movie?
Question 3 of 20
The Camaro wasn't the first Detroit muscle machine on the block to receive a "retro" remake in modern times. Which re-styled competitor rolled off the assembly lines before the Camaro?
Question 4 of 20
The "TT" in the Audi TT's name stands for:
Question 5 of 20
Toyota's iQ is built in a body style popularly known as a:
Question 6 of 20
The Toyota iQ will also be available re-badged as the:
Question 7 of 20
The Volkswagen New Beetle was designed by the eventual creators of:
Question 8 of 20
The New Beetle is widely credited with kicking off the auto industry's trend of:
Question 9 of 20
The Acura NSX was Honda's:
Question 10 of 20
The next incarnation of the Acura NSX will likely be a:
Question 11 of 20
When the economy turns sour, automakers tend to build concept cars that are:
Question 12 of 20
The creator of the concept car concept was:
Question 13 of 20
The Chevrolet Volt production version looks:
Question 14 of 20
Ford's 1960s LeMans race car, the GT40, inspired what Ford vehicle four decades later?
Question 15 of 20
The Porsche 918 Spyder, in production form, is expected to cost around:
Question 16 of 20
The Porsche 918 Spyder has how many powerplants on board?
Question 17 of 20
The distinctive shape of the Audi TT could best be described as:
Question 18 of 20
Public reaction to the Camaro concept car when it debuted in 2006 was:
Question 19 of 20
One of the most notable things about the Nissan GT-R is that it:
Question 20 of 20