Test your motoring knowledge with our new game app for iPhone and iPad
8 April 2014

Think you know a lot about cars? Take our Car Name Game challenge and find out what you really know. 

Using extreme close-ups of cars from the early days of motoring through to the latest launches we’ll challenge your knowledge. Only the very best can claim bragging rights and a place on our leaderboard.

Car Name Game brings Autocar’s 119-year history of car photography to your iPhone in this quick-to-play game. 

Select from easy, medium, hard or expert levels and let us know how many you get right by sharing your score. Also, check out how you fared against others on the game centre's leaderboard.

The app is currently available for iPhone and iPad; an Android version is planned.

Download the free Car Name Game app from iTunes.

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8 April 2014
While you are at it, do a Windows Phone version along with the Android. It is the 3rd most popular platform and growing. Oh and can you make it harder please? I got 10 out of 10 at the expert level already lol

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