Reckon you can handle our car quiz? It's now a bit tougher, but just as much fun...
Jim Holder
21 January 2014

Can you tell a Toyota Aygo from a Citroen C1 in the dark? Could you spot an Infiniti FX from 100 metres? And how's your knowledge of obscure supercars?

If you think you know you cars, then take a look at the picture gallery above and let us know the name of each car.

To take part all you need to do is scroll through the ten pictures above, register to use our commenting facility, and post the answers below. We'll let you know the correct answers tomorrow and shout the winner's name (or winners' names) from the roof tops. The more accurate detail you include, the higher we'll mark you.

In this second installment we've aimed at what we consider a mid-ranking level of knowledge and taken away the multiple choice element to the answers, just to make your brains ache a bit harder. Feel free to use the commenting section to let us know if you'd like us to make it harder or easier in future.

And if this level is too hard for you, try the Autocar name that car quiz - easy level.

Our Verdict

The Alfa Romeo Mito is a usable, fun package, even if its DNA drive modes can prove frustrating

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Answers: BMW 4-series convertible, Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray, Ferrari 458 Italia, Jaguar F-type, McLaren P1, Smart Fortwo, Ford Galaxy, Fiat 500, MG 3, BMW i3

Congratulations to winners including Tdeamer33, Christian Galea and Honza SG8

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21 January 2014
1. BMW 6 Series Convertible 2. Corvette C7 Stingray 3. Ferrari California 4. Jaguar F-Type 5. McLaren P1 6. Smart fourtwo BoConcept 7. Citroen C4 Grand Picasso? 8. Fiat Panda 100hp 9. ?! 10. BMW i3


21 January 2014
1. 6-Series cabrio
2. Covette C7
3. Ferrari 458
4. Jaguar F-Type
5. McLaren P1
6. Smart BoConcept
7. Mercedes V-class
8. Fiat Panda 100HP
9. MG3
10. BMW i3

21 January 2014
1. BMW 4-series Convertible
2. Corvette C7 Stingray
3. Ferrari 458
4. Jaguar F-Type
5. McLaren P1
6. Smart fortwo BoConcept
7. Ford S-Max
8. Fiat 500 100hp
9. MG 3
10. BMW i3

21 January 2014
1. BMW 4er Convertible; 2. Chevy C7 Stingray; 3. Ferrari 458; 4. Jag F-type; 5. McLaren P1; 6. Smart Fortwo BoConcept; 7. Ford Galaxy; 8. Fiat 500L 1.4 16v; 9. SAIC MG 3; 10. BMW i3

21 January 2014
1. BMW 4 Series Convertible 2. Corvette C7 Stingray 3. Ferrari California 4. Jaguar F-Type 5. McLaren P1 6. Smart fourtwo BoConcept 7. Citroen C4 Grand Picasso? 8. Fiat Panda 100hp 9. MG3 10. BMW i3

21 January 2014
1. BMW 4 series convertible, 2. Corvette C7 Stingray. 3. Ferrari 458 4. Jaguar F-Type 5. McLaren P1 6. Smart fourtwo BoConcept 7. Ford Toureno Connect 7seat 8. Fiat 500L 9. MG 3 10. BMW i3

21 January 2014
1= BMW 6 Series Convertible
2= Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
3= Ferrari 458 Italia
4= Jaguar F-Type
5= McLaren P1
6= Smart ForTwo Passion BoConcept
7= Nissan NV200 (TfL Taxi Concept)
8= Fiat Panda 100HP
9= MG3
10= BMW i3

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21 January 2014
1.BMW 4 series convertible, 2.Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray, 3.Ferrari 458 Italia, 4.Jaguar F-type, 5. McLaren P1, 6. Smart Fourtwo Bo concept, 7. Ford Galaxy, 8. Fiat 500 1.4 sport, 9. MG3, 10. BMW i3

21 January 2014
1. BMW 4-Series Convertible (more specifically, the 435i Luxury Convertible Automatic)
2. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray
3. Ferrari 458 Italia
4. Jaguar F-Type V8 S Convertible
5. McLaren P1
6. Smart ForTwo Passion BoConcept
7. Ford Galaxy (possibly the face-lifted version, but not sure)
8. Fiat 500 (1.4 litre engine and Sport trim I think)
9. MG 3
10. BMW i3

Now that's more like it...I must admit, I would have replied much sooner if it weren't for Photos 7 and 9 :p

 

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21 January 2014
1 - BMW 4 Series Convertible, 2 - Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, 3 - Ferrari 458, 4 - Jaguar F-Type, 5 - McLaren P1, 6 - Smart ForTwo BoConcept, 7 - Ford Galaxy, 8 - Fiat 500, 9 - MG3, 10 - BMW i3

 

 

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Our Verdict

The Alfa Romeo Mito is a usable, fun package, even if its DNA drive modes can prove frustrating

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