Car companies have had to compete with each other for decades now, and with more automobile brands than ever to choose from, it can be difficult to tell which brand is which, especially since lots of the design elements are similar. But if you're a car expert, you'll know the subtle curves and lines that belong to a particular company. You'll be able to see what others won't because you have such a keen eye when it comes to automobile design.
And we want you to try to apply that today, in a quiz where we pit Chevrolet against Ford. We're going to give you a mix of the two brands and it'll be your job to study each picture to try to determine whether you're seeing something from Ford or one of Chevy's offerings.
Sure it'll be easy to identify the classic Model T and the iconic Impala, but will you be able to guess the right answer if we show you the everyday Fusion or Silverado? Not every car on this list is a smooth and shiny Lincoln or a speedster like the Camaro -- can you tell us which ones are Ford and which ones are Chevy?
Despite being highly criticized for its cheap interior, the 2018 Chevy Corvette is recognized as one of the best sports cars on today's market and is available as a coupe or a convertible. The Chevrolet Corvette has been manufactured through seven generations and was first unveiled in 1953 as a concept show car.
The Ford Mustang GT is an American pony car characterized by its long hoods and short rear decks. Now into its sixth model generation, this American car has undergone several transformations since its introduction in 1963
The final generation to be sold under the Cavalier nameplate, the 2005 Chevy Cavalier did not receive any significant upgrades from its 2003 predecessor. This series of small cars, which made their debut in 1981.
This subcompact crossover SUV has been in production since 2003 and is currently in its second generation. The Ford EcoSport was originally manufactured in Brazil.
The Ford Anglia is a front-engine compact car of which 1,594,486 units were built throughout its 28 years of production. This car made an appearance in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets;" it was the flying car that was smashed by the Whomping Willow.
Despite its car-like appearance, the 1959 Chevy El Camino, the first generation of its kind, was considered a utility/pickup truck. It is coupe utility/muscle car/pickup which was manufactured and marketed from 1959 to 1960 and 1964 to 1987, over five model generations.
After its introduction in the 1960s, the Chevrolet Malibu took a fall in style and sales. Its 2015 model, however, made an impressive comeback with new technological features and a physical redesign. Currently in its ninth generation, this mid-size car was initially sold exclusively in North America before being marketed globally in 2012
Sold under one of Chevrolet's most successful nameplates, the 1970 Chevy Chevelle made use of a sheet metal body and was available in several body styles.
Since the unveiling at the 2006 Detroit Auto Show, this mid-size crossover SUV has gone on to win five awards during its first generation. This compact crossover SUV is one of the relatively recent models having only had two generations so far.
This mid/full-size automobile has been in production for seven generations since the launch of the 1986 model year. The Ford Taurus has remained in a near-continuous output since its start.
Chevrolet's most expensive sedan during its reign, the 1964 Chevy Impala was redesigned to have a more rounded appearance.
This compact car, which was released in 1998, is now in its third model generation which began in 2011. This car has remained in near-continuous production for almost 20 years since its introduction.
The Ford Fiesta is a front-engine, front-wheel-drive supermini which has been manufactured since 1976. It has been marketed globally across seven generations since its launch.
This economy car produced 16.5 million units, and, together with its affordability and innovation is considered to be one of the most influential cars of the 20th century.
The only American car to make use of a rear-mounted engine, the 1968 Chevy Corvair Monza was not designed with any upgrades. Instead, it was stripped of its AC unit and four-door body style option.
First built in 1990, the Chevy Lumina came as a coupe, sedan and minivan based on the GM-W body. The vehicle became Disney-MGM Studios' official car.
Ford Model A is the name attached to more than one Ford model. Two variants of the Ford Model exist; one manufactured from 1903 to 1904 and the other and more successful one built from 1927 to 1931.
This mid-engine, two-passenger, sports car was produced during two generation models from 2004 to 2006 and then from 2016 onward.
One of the best-selling small cars in the United States between 1975 and 1980, the 1978 Chevy Corvette saw redesigns to its front grille. It is a front-engine, rear-drive subcompact which was produced and marketed for 12 years. The car was also offered as a new four-door hatchback
Manufactured as a replacement to the Chevrolet Nova, the Chevy Citation was the first Chevrolet to make the use of a front-wheel drive. In 1985 the model was offered only as a hatchback with a fuel-injection engine. This series of compact vehicles were manufactured from 1979 to 1985.
The Ford Thunderbird is a personal luxury car which was produced across eleven generations from 1955 to 2005.
After the success of its first model, the Fairlane 500, the Ford Galaxie went on to produce four generation models for 15 years.
Prior to its discontinuation, this personal luxury car was intermittently produced and marketed for six model generations from 1970 to 1988 and 1995 to 2007.
The Lincoln Continental is a range of luxury cars which was built by the Lincoln division of the Ford Motor Company over 10 model generations.
This five-door hatchback was rebadged for marketing and sold under various names including Buick Velite 5, Holden Volt, Opel Ampera and Vauxhall Ampera.
Also marketed as the Chevrolet Veraneio in Brazil, this full-size extended SUV has been in production since 1935 and is currently into its 11th generation.
Production for the North American Ford Escort lasted 23 years during which three model generations were created.
This American pony car/muscle car was manufactured from 1966 to 2002 and then revived in 2009 for the fifth and current sixth generations.
The Ford Explorer, a wide range of SUVs, has built five model generations since its initial introduction in 1990.
This car is the Chevy Cobalt. This compact car was sold for the 2005 to 2010 model years and was later on succeeded by the Chevrolet Cruze and Buick Verano in 2008 and 2012 respectively.
Since its debut in 2004, the Chevrolet Equinox was produced as a mid-size compact crossover SUV up until 2017 and then as a crossover SUV from 2018 and onward.
The Ford Edge has been a popular car. It gets 29 mpg on the highway, and it has been in production since 2007!
Currently in its second generation, the Chevrolet Cruze has been in production since 2008 and is also referred to as Daewoo Lacetti Premiere and Holden Cruze sedan.
The Ford Escape is a compact crossover CUV model which has been produced across three generations since 2000.
This subcompact vehicle was manufactured and marketed for the 1971 – 1977 model years in a two-door hatchback, wagon, notchback and panel delivery body styles.
Introduced in 1999, the Chevrolet Silverado is a line of heavy duty/ full-size pickup trucks which is set to begin its fourth generation in 2019.
The Ford Fusion is a four-door, five-seater mid-size sedan which has been built and marketed over three generations since 2006.
Officially known as the Model 18, this 1932 model was frequently known as the V-8 due to its engine which bears the same name.