Quiz: Can You Name All of These JDM Cars from a Photo?
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Can You Name All of These JDM Cars from a Photo?
By: Robin Tyler
Image: Tennen-Gas/Alexander Migl via Wiki Commons

About This Quiz

What's not to love about Japanese cars?

Since the late 1950s, car makers such as Toyota, Subaru, Nissan, and Mazda have produced some amazing models.

The auto industry in Japan rose out of the ashes of a nation heavily defeated in World War II. Many of these companies had helped with the war effort and now turned their attention toward peacetime activities. As with most things in Japan, they certainly made a massive success of it.

Japanese cars started out small but soon, larger models were not only appearing on the streets of the country but were also being exported. That doesn't mean the small city class car disappeared. In fact, the Kei cars, as they are known today, continue to thrive. And some are truly bizarre looking. One thing you can be sure of, they are never boring. This is one class of car that is mostly found only in Japan. Not many Kei car models are exported.

That's just one type of vehicle you will find in the Japanese domestic car market.

There are many others and in this quiz, we will test your knowledge of both their names and their makers. Do you think you have what it takes to come out on top?

Good luck!

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An easy one to start. Name this stalwart of the Japanese domestic car market, please.
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Tell us the name of this vehicle, please.
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The vehicle in this image is a stalwart of the Japanese domestic market. It is a _______.
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A true Japanese performance sedan but can you name it?
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A true classic, this much-loved​ sports car is revered in Japanese auto folklore.
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What a car! Can you name this unbelievable performance sedan from a single image?
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A truly beautiful sports car. Can you name it?
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A classic beauty, name this Japanese vehicle, please.
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Name this Japanese vehicle that seems to have been around forever.
10.0 of 40
Identify this vehicle, please.
11.0 of 40
Any idea what vehicle is shown in this image?
12.0 of 40
Name this vehicle which forms part of the Japanese domestic market.
13.0 of 40
Name this station wagon sold in Japan, please.
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First released in 1997, this compact SUV is a ______.
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What a stunner! Name it, please.
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Any idea as to the maker and name of this Kei car?
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Are you able to tell us what this vehicle is?
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Can you name this Japanese truck?
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Name this vehicle that appears in the super-mini vehicle category, please.
20.0 of 40
A classic performance sedan from the '90s. Can you name it?
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This 4-door car competes in the compact segment and is only available in Japan. Do you know what it is?
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This mini MPV hit the Japanese domestic car market in 2004. Can you name it?
24.0 of 40
Are you able to identify this luxury MPV?
25.0 of 40
Pure luxury! Are you able to identify the vehicle in the picture which was first introduced into the Japanese market in 2013?
26.0 of 40
A car fit for the Japanese Emperor! Do you have any idea what the make and model is?
27.0 of 40
The vehicle in this image is a ______?
28.0 of 40
A Japanese only model, do you know the name of this minivan?
29.0 of 40
Are you able to identify this vehicle?
30.0 of 40
Any idea as to the make and model name of this compact crossover?
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Any idea as to the name of this vehicle which appears in the city car segment in Japan?
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Strangely enough, this car is a favorite with Japanese drifters. Can you name it?
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Pure luxury! Any ideas as to what vehicle this is?
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The vehicle in this image is a _______.
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Name the coupe seen in this image, please.
36.0 of 40
Related to the Toyota Rush, can you name this vehicle?
37.0 of 40
Can you name this compact executive car?
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How cute! Name this vehicle, please.
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The final question! Name this strange-looking Kei car, please.
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