Jaguar can lay claim to the epithet of ‘big cat’ — quite a few other automakers named their cars after felines. Can you identify these?
Clues Across: 7. Studebaker’s last fling, the smartly styled coupé built from 1962–’3, and frequently replicated since (6) 8. Model name for Maserati’s classic GT 2+2 coupé built from 1966–’73, Giugiaro-styled while at Ghia, two more recent revivals of the name don’t have the same magic (6) 10. Maserati again, 1977–’83 under De Tomaso ownership, another GT coupé with Frua styling (7) 11. UK racing-car builder, active from 1970 in F1 after its 1969 founding by Messrs Mosley, Alan Rees, Coaker and Herd (5) 12. ---- Railton was a successful UK record-, racing- and sports -designer, active from 1917 through to WWII, when he disappeared into relative obscurity in corporate America (4) 13. VW’S late ’70s 4WD military vehicle, which achieved more fame from providing the 4WD technology in Audi’s classic quattro (5) 17. Italian carburettor and fuel-system maker, active from 1923 and noted for carburetion of high-performance engines (5) 18. Italian styling house and coachbuilder, active from 1915 and now part of Ford’s design and styling effort (4) 22. Standard’s forward-control light van built from 1958–’62 — its initial power unit of 948cc could barely drag it along despite a top gear ratio of 6.7:1 (5) 23. Us-based father and son automobile stylists, father active in the 1920/’30s and son from 1959, earning his fame with good work mainly for Ghia (7) 24. Isuzu’s originally Ghia-design coupé built from 1981 to 1992 in two generations — a rare car these days (6) 25. Minor-league Italian coachbuilder, remembered for some late 1950s Ferraris and a neat little Fiat 1500-based coupé, of which around 100 were made in mid 1960s (6).