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  The Trabant and Other East German Cars    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz about the ultimate car from the former Eastern Bloc - the Trabant or 'Trabbie', with some questions about other East German cars for a bit of variety.
Tough, 10 Qns, Jim_J, May 01 24
May 01 24
35 plays
  Who Made That Supercar?   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
All you have to do is match the description to the model and manufacturer of the car.
Average, 10 Qns, Lord_Digby, Feb 12 24
Lord_Digby gold member
Feb 12 24
144 plays
  Car Brand Badges   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
All you need to do is match the manufacturer of the car with the badge description. Would you be able to identify the make of an automobile based just on its badge if someone tried to describe it to you?
Easier, 10 Qns, Lord_Digby, Jan 31 24
Lord_Digby gold member
Jan 31 24
657 plays
  Nissan Xterra    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I drive a 2005 Nissan Xterra 4x4 and I absolutely love it! Please enjoy this quiz that I created for it.
Tough, 10 Qns, nealio302, Dec 22 23
Dec 22 23
300 plays
Take This for a Spin
  Take This for a Spin   popular trivia quiz  
Photo Match
 10 Qns
I love fast cars: the way they look, the purr of the engines, the feeling of speed. Some hypercars have a very distinctive look. Can you identify these cars from the pictures?
Average, 10 Qns, LeoDaVinci, Sep 29 23
LeoDaVinci editor
Sep 29 23
175 plays
SixCylinder Australian Classic
  Six-Cylinder, Australian, Classic   best quiz  
Photo Match
 12 Qns
In the classic age of automobile manufacturing in Australia 1955-1995, the market was dominated by three Australian manufacturers: Holden, Ford and Valiant. All you need to do is to attach the correct name to each classic Australian car.
Tough, 12 Qns, 1nn1, Nov 10 23
1nn1 gold member
Nov 10 23
56 plays
Automobile Models One Animal at a Time
  Automobile Models: One Animal at a Time   best quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Animals feature heavily in automobile model names. Your job it to work out what model is depicted by each photo and then match it to the correct manufacturer. Of course car fans will not need the picture...
Average, 10 Qns, 1nn1, Feb 02 24
1nn1 gold member
Feb 02 24
631 plays
  Driving Inventions editor best quiz   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I doubt if King Charles II (the English king from 1660 until 1685) would understand a car as known by King Charles III (the British king since 2022). Which inventions have made a difference?
Easier, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Dec 04 22
JanIQ gold member
Dec 04 22
419 plays
UnClassic Cars
  UnClassic Cars   best quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
With today's automobile manufacturing focusing on function and safety, there is a tendency for all cars to look the same. Here are a few cars that were "different" yet were either commercially or critically unsuccessful or both.
Average, 10 Qns, 1nn1, Oct 29 18
1nn1 gold member
Oct 29 18
447 plays
Driven To Distraction
  Driven To Distraction    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Car manufacturers have used so many names for their models over the years. Some stick in the memory and some don't, so what about these ten?
Easier, 10 Qns, 480154st, May 27 19
480154st gold member
May 27 19
474 plays
trivia question Quick Question
What year did the "Cup" model make its debut?

From Quiz "Renault Clio Sport 172 MK2"

Automobile Insignia Of The World
  Automobile Insignia Of The World    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Motor car manufacturers have insignia to identify their vehicles. From the photographic clues, identify these 10.
Average, 10 Qns, darksplash, Mar 22 23
Mar 22 23
309 plays
  A Korea in the Car Game   best quiz  
Classification Quiz
 10 Qns
These car models were all created by Korean car manufacturers. All you have do is work out which of the three options - Hyundai, Kia or Ssangyong - was responsible for them.
Easier, 10 Qns, Fifiona81, Jul 16 22
Fifiona81 editor
Jul 16 22
245 plays
  Zooming in on Car Badges   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Car badges indicate the identity of the brand. Some have fascinating history behind them. Follow Phoenix Rising as we delve into their story.
Average, 10 Qns, smpdit, Nov 16 20
Nov 16 20
479 plays
  International Car Makers & Models   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Match the model names with their makers.
Average, 15 Qns, MarcelMule, Aug 05 22
Aug 05 22
2733 plays
  Icons On Four Wheels    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some cars are more than simply transport, they are icons of the automotive world. Here are ten such examples.
Average, 10 Qns, 480154st, Apr 20 21
480154st gold member
Apr 20 21
329 plays
  Zooming In On Car Badges No.2    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Another foray by Phoenix Rising into the world of car badges.
Average, 10 Qns, smpdit, Nov 25 20
Nov 25 20
410 plays
  Driving Tata   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Tata Motors is one of India's oldest automakers. This quiz looks at some of their famous models and milestones.
Average, 10 Qns, zorba_scank, Mar 02 20
zorba_scank gold member
Mar 02 20
211 plays
  The Emerald Aisle    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Quite by chance I discovered that the "Emerald Aisle" is used in North America to rent mid-sized cars. From the available selection can you match the model to the manufacturer?
Easier, 10 Qns, gme24, Sep 30 19
gme24 gold member
Sep 30 19
453 plays
  A Collection of Car Questions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is just a very miscellaneous collection of questions about automobiles - in racing, movies, literature, and as transportation.
Average, 10 Qns, ArlingtonVA, Oct 16 21
ArlingtonVA gold member
Oct 16 21
345 plays
  Baby, You Can Drive My Car    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Cars have provided many musicians with inspiration. This isn't a music quiz, but it is based around songs that mention different makes of car.
Average, 10 Qns, Kankurette, Sep 26 18
Kankurette gold member
Sep 26 18
288 plays
  Porsche History    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Everybody knows the brand name Porsche. But what do we really know about its past?
Tough, 15 Qns, HerrieM, Jul 29 22
Jul 29 22
927 plays
  Koenigsegg, The Car    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A fast sport car and a technical ingenuity. If you think you know this car, or if you want to learn, then play this quiz. (Don't forget to enjoy yourself.)
Tough, 10 Qns, HerrieM, Jul 27 05
567 plays
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz about Jeeps. You should know them if you are a Jeeper.
Tough, 10 Qns, walrus186, Aug 04 21
Aug 04 21
1063 plays
  Volvo Cars    
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
About time someone did a quiz about the best cars on the road!
Tough, 20 Qns, becmic, Oct 11 11
748 plays
  Audi, German Motoring Brilliance!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
An historical look at the fantastic Audi motor car.
Average, 10 Qns, Veandercross, Dec 30 05
671 plays
  Renault Clio Sport 172 MK2    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The MK2 Renault Clio was introduced in 2001. The hot hatchback was priced to sell at just over £15,000. How much do you know about this fantastic car?
Average, 10 Qns, Lord_Digby, Mar 16 16
Lord_Digby gold member
278 plays
  Honda Civics    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is my first quiz as well as the first quiz on Honda Civics. I hope you enjoy it.
Difficult, 10 Qns, ebaben3, Jul 19 18
Jul 19 18
777 plays
  Nissan Sports Cars    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz about some of Nissan's most famous sports cars. Some of these questions are tricky so this isn't for those who aren't familiar with the brand.
Tough, 10 Qns, stormg95, Jan 22 18
Jan 22 18
167 plays
  The Quiz Full of Lamborghini Bull!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Excuse the pun in the title, it is just a reference to the Lamborghini logo, as it is a bull. :) Enjoy the quiz!
Average, 10 Qns, the_gunner678, Apr 06 24
Apr 06 24
363 plays
  The Classic Volvo Quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is about classic Volvos, one of the greatest car brands in history.
Tough, 10 Qns, Thomas_Magnum, Mar 05 16
153 plays
  Tata Nano    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The car everyone in the automotive world is talking about is a 100,000 rupee car from India. (Note, spelling shown may alternate between American and Indian forms).
Tough, 10 Qns, GoodVibe, Mar 13 18
GoodVibe gold member
Mar 13 18
352 plays
  Cutlass 442    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Hey Motorheads, this trivia will test your knowledge and maybe teach you something about the under-rated and street 'lethal' Cutlass 442.
Difficult, 10 Qns, mr.comfort, Aug 16 16
1508 plays
  BMW 3 series    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is all about the flagship model for BMW, the 3 series.
Difficult, 10 Qns, cherubrokker, Jun 05 09
708 plays
  Ferrari: The Legends of Italy    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is pretty much aimed at the Ferrari enthusiast as most of the questions are pretty technical. It should prove tough for all but the most hardcore of Ferrari fans.
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, DoctorEdgeWild, Apr 13 23
Very Difficult
Apr 13 23
1132 plays
  USDM Subaru WRX!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Enter the world of Subaru and the WRX, the most well known rally car of all time. See what you know about this legend.
Tough, 10 Qns, timman_24, Feb 04 23
Feb 04 23
553 plays
  Are you a Miura?    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Some questions about Lamborghini and his beautiful cars.
Difficult, 15 Qns, hexaChord, Feb 04 09
577 plays
  Kia Rio    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
All questions about the 2001 Kia Rio (automatic transmission).
Tough, 10 Qns, martinjk, Jan 17 22
Jan 17 22
498 plays
  The Honda CRX    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In the last two years I have had 17 Honda CRXs. This is a really basic quiz for all the other CRX lovers out there!
Tough, 10 Qns, PooDog, Oct 09 18
Oct 09 18
784 plays

Cars Trivia Questions

1. Which Belgian-French scientist patented in 1860 the first internal combustion engine that really was used to move vehicles without horses?

From Quiz
Driving Inventions

Answer: Etienne Lenoir

Etienne Lenoir (1822-1890) was not the first to patent an internal combustion engine, but he was the first whose invention was sold over 100 times. Some previous patents (almost unused) went to the British Thomas Mead (1794), the French Nicéphore Niepce (1807) and the Swiss François de Rivaz (1807), and the American Samuel Brown (1823). The internal combustion engine (abbreviated ICE) gets its power from the rapid burning of a gaseous fuel, which transforms the chemical energy of the combustion into kinetic energy. Many ICEs work according to the four-stroke cycle developed by Nicolaus Otto: intake of a mixture of air and fuel; compression of the gaseous mixture; ignition via a spark; expansion and expulsion of the rest gases. Most ICEs burn fossil fuel, which causes two different problems: on the one hand the fossil fuels are not renewable, and thus scarcity can be foreseen; on the other hand, the burning of fossil fuel causes air pollution and global warming. That's why many countries have announced measures to ban the sale of ICE powered vehicles, starting somewhere between 2025 and 2050. In these countries, all new cars should be equipped with electrical motors instead of combustion engines.

2. Which car, made between 1961 and 1975, did Enzo Ferrari describe as "the most beautiful car ever made"?

From Quiz Icons On Four Wheels

Answer: Jaguar E Type

So many cars produced in the late 1950s and early 1960s valued functionality above all else, and then along came the E Type with its sexy, curvaceous body. The car was based on the Jaguar D Type, a racing car which won the 24 Hours of Le Mans race for three consecutive years (1955-1958) and enjoyed some success on the track itself, finishing fourth and fifth at the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hours. Even though the engine was great and the car featured technical innovations like independent suspension and disc brakes all round, the E Type will always be remembered for its looks, and this iconic design was recognised by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, when in 1996, they added a 1963 E Type Series 1 roadster to their permanent display.

3. The two stand-out features of the Alfa Romeo badge are both the flag and the symbol of the city of Milan. The flag is represented by a red cross but what represents the symbol?

From Quiz Zooming in on Car Badges

Answer: A snake

Milan is the birthplace of the Alfa Romeo. The symbol of Milan is known as the Biscione. The Biscione is a large grass snake, which is also known as the vipera, that appears to be swallowing a human. Above the Biscione is a crown. These have been the symbols of the Milanese family, the House of Visconti for a thousand years. Legend has it that Ottone Visconti slayed Saracen Voluce during the Crusades in Jerusalem and then took Voluce's family crest as his own. Whilst Voluce's crest showed the serpent swallowing a man, the Visconti version indicates that it is a child emerging from the snake, renewed and purified, as a symbol of goodness. The Milanese flag has a white background and bears a red cross. Many mistake this to be the cross of St. George but, in reality, it shows the link between the city and St. Ambrose. The badge has endured numerous changes over the years including, at one time, having a laurel wreath around the edges of the badge to symbolise the car's victory in the very first Automobile World Championship. This question zoomed in from Phoenix Rising's pollucci19.

4. Nissan eventually switched up the motor used in the 240sx. They went from the KA24E to the KA24DE. What was the biggest and most notable difference in the two motors?

From Quiz Nissan Sports Cars

Answer: Double Over Head Cams (DOHC)

Nissan wanted to give drivers in America a more responsive feel to the car, so giving the 2.4L motor DOHC was the most cost effective way. It added significant torque and a bit more horsepower.

5. What type of Volvo did Roger Moore drive in 'The Saint'?

From Quiz The Classic Volvo Quiz

Answer: P1800

Roger Moore played Simon Templar in the television show 'The Saint'. He drove a white Volvo P1800 with the license plate "ST 1". Roger Moore liked the car so much that he bought one himself. The Volvo P1800 was manufactured between 1961 and 1972.

6. The ignition switches on Porsche vehicles are on the left of the steering column. According to possibly incorrect lore, for which automobile race was that placement designed to provide an advantage?

From Quiz A Collection of Car Questions

Answer: The 24 Hours of Le Mans

The commonly believed story is that in the early days of the "24 Hours of Le Mans" race, the drivers would start out across the track from their cars. At the starting indication (often, the dropping of the French flag) drivers would run to their cars, start them, and begin racing. By placing the ignition to the left, Porsche enabled their drivers to start the cars with their left hands while putting the transmission in gear with their right, resulting supposedly in a slightly faster start. In the year 2019, however, Porsche claimed that this common belief is a myth and that the company had merely been trying to save on costs by using less ignition wiring. Incidentally, the 24 Hours of Le Mans is the oldest endurance race for automobiles in the world, having started in 1923.

7. The stuff of dreams for schoolboys across the globe, this classic Italian maker produced models such as the Dino, Testarossa, Mondial and Maranello. Which is it?

From Quiz International Car Makers & Models

Answer: Ferrari

The name 'Ferrari' is synonymous with the idea of the ultra-desirable, super-fast, super-sexy super-car; preferably in red. Ferrari's 2008 models include the 612 "Scaglietti", 599 "Fiorano", and 430 "Scuderia". The famous 'Dino' wasn't strictly speaking a Ferrari at all, even though it is commonly known as such, but was intended as a distinct brand name to be used by Ferrari for cars with less than 12 cylinders. The name "Maranello" comes from the company's famous home in Maranello, Italy.

8. What does the 172 stand for?

From Quiz Renault Clio Sport 172 MK2

Answer: 172 bhp

The 172 stands for the engines brake horse power. The Clio 172 is powered by a two litre 16v engine with variable valve timing. Maximum power: 172 bhp DIN (at 6250 rpm). Maximum torque: 200 Nm ISO (at 5400 rpm). Maximum power kicks in at 6,250 rpm with little power loss beyond 6,250 rpm. With a weight of only 1035 kg the performance is unbelievable.

9. In what year did the Nissan Xterra make its debut?

From Quiz Nissan Xterra

Answer: 1999

The Nissan Xterra was introduced in May of 1999, but was called the 2000 model.

10. In what year was the first 3 series released?

From Quiz BMW 3 series

Answer: 1975

The first 3 series was the E21, and was released from 1975 to 1983. It was the first BMW to sell over 1 million worldwide. It came in a wide variety of engine sizes, from a 75hp 315 to the top of the line 143hp 323i.

11. What year was the first generation Civic introduced?

From Quiz Honda Civics

Answer: 1973

The Civic was Honda's answer to the 1973 oil crisis. It could achieve 40 mpg on the highway. There are eight generations as of 2008.

12. The Nano is known as the one _____ car, the Indian term for 100,000.

From Quiz Tata Nano

Answer: lakh

The US$2500 price tag did not include a 12.5% value-added tax or any other charges. The idea for the Nano originated in 2003.

13. The supersport car is a dream of which man?

From Quiz Koenigsegg, The Car

Answer: Christian von Koenigsegg

His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf is the present monarch of Sweden. David Craaford is the first head of design of the Koenigsegg. Ron Dennis is the leader of the McLaren Mercedes formula 1 racing team. Christian von Koenigsegg is the man with the dream for a racing car.

14. When was the first car bearing the brand name Porsche officially approved?

From Quiz Porsche History

Answer: 1948

Although Porsche has designed and created products and technologies for more than 100 years the first car was officially approved on the 8th of June 1948. This was the first 356 to see the light of day. The Porsche got the license plate "K-45286".

15. How much horsepower does the 02-05 WRX come with stock. (The US spec WRX)

From Quiz USDM Subaru WRX!

Answer: 227

222 is the amount of horsepower the NA 300zx has, 286 is for the RX-7, and I made up 216. If you chose 227, good for you! Easy one though...

16. Who invented the Audi automobile?

From Quiz Audi, German Motoring Brilliance!

Answer: August Horch

August Horch was an engineer with Benz, before moving on to build his own Horch cars. In 1910 after disagreements with the board, he left to form another car company, calling it Audi, a latin version of his name.

17. In what year did the Volvo company start building cars?

From Quiz Volvo Cars

Answer: 1927

The first car was the OV4, also known as "Jakob"

18. The 1992 Ferrari 456 GT had a 5,474 cc engine but how much horse power did it produce?

From Quiz Ferrari: The Legends of Italy

Answer: 442 hp

The 456 reached 100 kmh in just 5.2 seconds from a standing start. At first it was not a popular release as its lines were much less pronounced than popular favourites the F40 and the Testarossa.

19. The name "jeep" probably originated from...

From Quiz Jeeps

Answer: "GP" for general purpose

The exact origin of the name is still debated, but most people consider it to be a slang version of the army designation "GP".

20. In what year was the last Trabant built?

From Quiz The Trabant and Other East German Cars

Answer: 1991

The last Trabants left the production line in April 1991. The Zwickau factory was sold to Volkswagen AG. Volkswagen redeveloped the factory into a centre for engine production, but it also produces some Volkswagen Golfs and Passats.

21. What nationality is the Kia Rio?

From Quiz Kia Rio

Answer: Korean

93 percent of the parts are Korean.

22. What was the first year Oldsmobile offered the 442 option on the Cutlass?

From Quiz Cutlass 442

Answer: 1964

Oldsmobile was the first of the other GM corporations to respond to Pontiac's GTO.

23. All cars known in the era of King Charles III are equipped with pneumatic tyres. Who was the first to commercialize a patent on pneumatic tyres?

From Quiz Driving Inventions

Answer: John Dunlop

During the reign of King Charles II, wooden wheels were protected with steel "tyres", so as to reinforce the whole construction. But this type of tyre does nothing to muffle the unevenness of the terrain. In 1847 Robert Thomson patented a pressurized rubber tyre, but did not use it commercially. It was only in 1889 that John Dunlop (1840-1921) revived the interest for pneumatic tyres, although his first patent demand was refused. The advantage of a pneumatic tyre is that the rubber outside is filled with pressurized air, which smooths out the unevenness of the terrain. It improves the comfort of driver and passengers, but also provides a better continuous grip. Suppose a wheel without pressurized air tyre would roll over a bump of a few millimetres: it would fly for a limited time through the air. Everyone who has ever pushed a pram, will appreciate the advantage of a pneumatic tyre. Goodyear (1800-1860) patented vulcanized rubber. André Michelin (1853-1931) and his brother Edouard (1859-1940) came up with the idea of the removable pneumatic tyre. Pirelli (1848-1932) founded the eponymous tyre company, specialized in tyres for race cars.

24. Although not built since 1927, which car achieved icon status due to the sheer volume of them, thanks mainly to being the first car built on a moving production line?

From Quiz Icons On Four Wheels

Answer: Ford Model T

The Ford Model T began life as a hand built car, the same as all cars of the time, and in its first month of production in 1908, just 11 cars were made. By 1910 though, Henry Ford had perfected his ground breaking production line and Model T's were coming off the line every three minutes, with production time per vehicle down from over 12 hours to a little over 90 minutes. Henry Ford's most famous quote is probably, "Any customer can have a car painted any colour that he wants so long as it is black.", but interestingly, between 1908 and 1913, the only colours available to prospective buyers were grey, green, red and blue. Black Model T's were not available until 1914.

25. With the evolution of logos, which General Motors brand has used a stag, a cross, a shield and even a hawk on its featured logo?

From Quiz Zooming In On Car Badges No.2

Answer: Buick

Buick was named for its founder, David Dunbar Buick. He was an American born in Scotland and his family's coat of arms was the inspiration to one of Buick's logos, the shield. The shield started with a red background, gold stag, gold cross and a blue and silver diagonal line running from upper left to bottom right of the shield. In the 1960s and in honor of Buick's three models, LeSabre, Invicta and Electra, the shield changed from one to three. Buick started producing the Skyhawk in 1975 and began using a hawk on its logo. When "Happy" the hawk mascot retired in the 1980s, Buick reverted back to the tri-shield logo. Buick was the flagship of General Motors when it was first founded in 1908. Jaknginger's Buick Enclave has a tri-shield logo. It consists of three shields, red, silver and blue. The shields are outlined in silver.

26. The insignia of German automaker Porsche includes the name of which city the brand calls home?

From Quiz Zooming in on Car Badges

Answer: Stuttgart

The Porsche badge features the coats of arms of the Weimer-era Free People's State of Wurttemberg and its capital Stuttgart. The former is a quartered crest with a trio of black antlers at top left and bottom right signifying the region of Swabia in southwestern Germany and red and black stripes at top right and bottom left representing the Duke of Wurttemberg. The Stuttgart crest is a canting symbol of a black horse shown rampant and is situated in the middle of the logo as an inescutcheon (a fancy word for small shield within a larger one). 'Stuttgart' comes from 'Stutengarten' which translates to "stud [or horse] yard". This question brought to you by Phoenix Rising stud, JCSon. (Just horsing around).

27. 'You eat Cadillacs, Lincolns too, Mercury and Subaru.' - Blondie, 'Rapture' Which type of engine does Subaru most commonly use for its vehicles above 1500cc?

From Quiz Baby, You Can Drive My Car

Answer: Boxer engine

Boxer engines, also known as flat engines, are internal combustion engines with horizontal cylinders arranged in two banks with a crankshaft in between. Each cylinder is controlled by a crankpin. It gets its name from the movement of the pistons, which resembles the fists of a boxer. ('Rapture' is from the album 'Autoamerican'.)

28. The Nissan 350Z was a turning point for Nissan's sports car line up. The 350Z was released with trim levels such as the Base, Enthusiast, Touring and Track. What other trim level did I leave out?

From Quiz Nissan Sports Cars

Answer: Performance

The Performance trim level came with bigger wheels, a rear spoiler, the option for Brembo brakes, and VDC. VDC is a type of traction/stability control that stands for Vehicle Dynamic Control.

29. What was the rarest model made by Volvo during the late 1950s?

From Quiz The Classic Volvo Quiz

Answer: P1900

The P1900 was only built from 1956-57. The body of the car was made of fiberglass and the car was a convertible. This was the first sportscar Volvo made and it was also called the Volvo Sport. Only 68 cars were made, because the car wasn't safe enough according to the Volvo standards.

30. Lamborghini then moved on to manufacturing motor cars. Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. was officially incorporated on what date?

From Quiz The Quiz Full of Lamborghini Bull!

Answer: October 30th, 1963

Lamborghini set up his company in Sant'Agata because of an agreement with the city leadership that he would not have to pay tax on his profits for ten years. It was also agreed that he would get a 19% interest rate on those profits when they were deposited in the bank. As part of the agreement, all of his employees had to be part of a trade union.

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