Light Entertainment: Can You Identify These Vehicles With Near-identical Taillights?

Corey Lewis
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light entertainment can you identify these vehicles with near identical taillights

We came up with a little design element identification game today, involving the four near-identical taillamps you see above. This collage is compiled from four different vehicles. Can you tell which is which?

Get your image search fingers ready.

It’s true, designers have limits. However, after looking at the images above, one can only conclude someone drew Landwind levels of inspiration from another car’s design. Either that, or all designers have a limited “vocabulary.”

Give us your guesses for vehicles 1 to 4, and in the near future the answers will appear; your burning curiosity sated. Do your research and make your choices carefully.

Corey Lewis
Corey Lewis

Interested in lots of cars and their various historical contexts. Writing things for TTAC since late 2016 from a home base in Cincinnati, Ohio. You can find me on Twitter @CoreyLewis86, and I also contribute at Forbes Wheels.

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  • Marko Marko on Jul 26, 2017

    The comments have spoiled it, but I recognized 1-3. I honestly thought 4 was some type of French car, since I can't remember the last time I was behind an Amanti.

  • Gass-man Gass-man on Jul 26, 2017

    The bigger question is why do so many automotive designers all play "me too" at the same time? This is a good example of that, as is the proliferation of hideous ground-to-hood grilles on VW, Audi, Lexus, etc.

  • Kc1980 Kc1980 on Jul 26, 2017

    1 Lincoln Mks. 2. Kia rio 5 3. Hyundai xg 350 4 Chrysler 300????

  • KOKing KOKing on Jul 26, 2017

    I thought this game woulda been more fun using 4 cars that use the ACTUAL same taillight, like the Hella one that was on Diablos, Saleen S7s, and I think some Spykers and early Paganis among others. And that comes with the benefits of looking at ass ends of exotics and not Kias.