Did you know that Pagani’s founder is actually from Argentina?
And do you know what most Lamborghini cars are named after?
From supercar makers to the iconic FIAT brand, how much do you know about Italian cars?
It’s time to put your knowledge to the test and find out.
Or perhaps we should say: “eccellente!”
Not great but not too bad either.
But hey, you can always go over the answers and take the quiz again.
#1. Which of these car companies was founded first?
Ferrari was founded in 1947, Lamborghini was founded in 1963.
Pagani was founded in 1992.
And Alfa Romeo? It was founded in 1910
#2. Pagani is an Italian supercar maker, but the founder is actually from...?
Pagani was founded in Modena, Italy by Horacio Pagani, an engineer from Argentina.
#3. What Italian manufacturer made the six-wheeled C6W?
The Covini C6W debuted in 2004.
It’s powered by an Audi-sourced V8 and, for some reason, it has six wheels.
#4. What is on the Abarth logo?
Abarth was founded by Carlo Abarth, an Austrian-born Italian designer.
The company is currently part of the Stellantis family and it is Fiat’s performance division.
The logo is a shield with a scorpion on a yellow and red background.
#5. Where did Ferrari open its first theme park?
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi opened its doors to the public in November 2010.
Located on Yas Island, it covers an area of 86,000 square meters and it includes five (!) roller-coasters.
#6. What does the 'FIAT' name stand for?
FIAT stands for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino.
As in, Italian Automobiles Factory of Turin
#7. What are most Lamborghini models named after?
Most Lambos are named after fighting bulls.
The list includes the Urraco, the Murciélago and even the Miura.
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