QUIZ | Test your knowledge of car brands with these emojis

Great Emoji Quiz. Image: Select Car Leasing
Great Emoji Quiz. Image: Select Car Leasing

There are many cool games out there, from 'cards against humanity' to '30 seconds' and the classics such as Monopoly and Scrabble. 

But there aren't many that have cars at the centre of the fun, well, thankfully during this lockdown period we've got you covered with a cool game. 

It's a game that tests how well you know your cars, but also if you're au fait with emojis. Emojis are the icons we choose when texting and according to wikipedia "are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and web pages. Emoji exist in various genres, including facial expressions, common objects, places and types of weather, and animals."

The team at Select Car Leasing want to know if you can identify some of the world's biggest car manufacturers from their new emoji quiz?

Think about it, everyday you see cars, you drive them and watch them on your TV, phone and laptop. But can you make out which manufacturer is being described by the use of several emojis? Well there's only one way to find out. 

Challenge your family and friends and see who has the best score. Here are a few examples: 

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How does it work?

Do you find yourself with more time on your hands during the coronavirus lockdown? Decipher the clues from the emojis, and tell us which car manufacturers they signify by using the text box below each question. 

We'll help you out with the first one to get you started:
1. Lamb + Burger + Bikini = Lamborghini

Find the original article here 

Compiled by Sean Parker

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