Ciao bella! Try our tricky quiz for Italian car fans

by Hagerty
9 July 2021 1 min read
Ciao bella! Try our tricky quiz for Italian car fans
Photo: RM Sotheby's

Admit it. The Italians have made some wonderful cars. And, ahem, some not-so wonderful cars. Full of brio and, sometimes, rust, they are never not characterful. So in celebration of all that is good, interesting and unusual about Italian cars, get stuck into our quiz and see how much you remember about some of Italy’s greatest hits.

#1. What does the "A" stand for in Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA?

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#2. Who designed the Fiat "Nuova" 500?

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#3. It looked great but what was the novel feature about the Lamborghini Countach?

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#4. Which Ferrari driver won the final Mille Miglia?

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#5. What was the claimed top speed of the Ferrari F40?

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#6. When did Fiat launch the Multipla?

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#7. During Carlo Abarth's preparation for speed records, driving an Abarth 1000 Monoposto in 1965, how did he diet to lose weight?

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#8. What was the engine capacity of the original Pagani Zonda C12?

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#9. Name this Italian two-seater!

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#10. What was significant about the Maserati BiTurbo?

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Bravo! You speak fluent Italian.

Non bene! You don’t speak much Italian.

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