The Full Wiki

Coupé: Quiz


Question 1: Targa top, or just 'T'-top models are a variation on the ________ design, where the roof centre section can be removed, in one or two sections, leaving the rest of the roof in place.
Car body styleConvertibleKarmannVolkswagen Beetle

Question 2: Through the 1950s opening-roof ________ automobiles were sometimes called drop-head coupés, but since the 1960s the term coupé has generally been applied exclusively to fixed-head models.
ConvertibleCar body styleVolkswagen BeetleKarmann

Question 3: ________ Coupé, a traditional four-door coupé.
Rover P5Jaguar XJRover P4MG MGB

Question 4: These fixed-roof models are described as a ________ or pillarless coupé.
HardtopCar body styleStation wagonBMW

Question 5: By this standard, the ________, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, and Mercedes-Benz CL-Class coupés are all two-door sedans.
Chevrolet MalibuChevrolet ImpalaChevrolet Monte CarloChevrolet Caprice

Question 6: Coupés generally have two doors, although automobile makers have offered four-door coupés and three and five-door ________ coupés.
Driverless carHatchbackStation wagonSedan (automobile)

Question 7: Some car manufacturers may nonetheless choose to use the word coupé (or coupe) to describe such a model (e.g., the ________).
Cadillac Sixty SpecialCadillac Series 62Cadillac Coupe de VilleCadillac Calais

Question 8: 1970s Sunbeam Alpine fastback coupé based on the ________.
Rootes ArrowHillman AvengerFord CortinaHillman Super Minx

Question 9: Similarly, a ________ saloon model came in a body style with a lower roof that was called a coupé.
Rover P4Jaguar XJMG MGBRover P5

Question 10: Today coupé has become more of a ________ term for automotive manufacturers, than a fact of the vehicle's design and technical makeup.
Business marketingAdvertisingMarketingMarketing management

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address