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The following data show the automobile manufacturers which produce or have produced automobiles, and some data on their relative sizes. Automakers or automobile manufacturers are companies that design and manufacture automobiles. ... Karl Benzs Velo (vélo means bicycle in French) model (1894) - entered into the first automobile race 2005 MINI Cooper S. An automobile (also motor car or simply car) is a wheeled passenger vehicle that carries its own motor. ...

Further information: List of cars

This page tries to show every car ever made by country and then manufacturer. ...

World motor vehicle production by manufacturer

Top 15 Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Companies by Volume 2005 [edit]
Car and Light Commercial Vehicle Production (1,000 units)
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000
General Motors (USA) 9,040
Toyota (Japan) 7,100
Ford (USA) 6,418
Volkswagen Group (Germany) 5,173
DaimlerChrysler (Germany) 4,319
PSA Peugeot Citroën (France) 3,375
Honda (Japan) 3,373
Nissan (Japan) 3,348
Hyundai-Kia Motors (South Korea) 2,853
Renault-Dacia-Samsung (France) 2,617
Suzuki-Maruti (Japan) 2,072
Fiat (Italy) 1,934
Mitsubishi (Japan) 1,327
BMW Group (Germany) 1,323
Mazda (Japan) 1,285
Total global production: 67,265
                                                                                                                                                                                                       
Reference:
  • World motor vehicle production by manufacturer: World ranking 2005. OICA (June 2006).
Notes
  • It is not uncommon for automobile manufacturers to hold stakes in other automobile manufacturers - e.g. Porsche Stake in VW Group. These ownerships can be explored under the detail for the individual companies. However there are 2 relationships between the "top 15" manufacturers listed in the table above:
  • The Renault-Nissan alliance involves two global companies linked by cross-shareholding, with Renault holding 44.3% of Nissan shares, and Nissan holding 15% of Renault shares.
  • Ford holds a 33.4% Stake in Mazda.

General Motors Corporation, also known as GM, is the worlds largest car manufacturer. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require cleanup. ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... Volkswagen Group (DE0007664005) (TYO: 7659 ) is a German automobile manufacturer and one of the largest automotive companies worldwide. ... DaimlerChrysler AG (ISIN: DE0007100000) headquartered in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA and Japan is a prominent automobile and truck manufacturer and financial services provider (through DaimlerChrysler Financial Services). ... PSA Peugeot Citroën (PSA) is a vehicle company that owns the marques Peugeot and Citroën. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Nissan Motor Co. ... The Hyundai Kia Automotive Group refers to the group of affiliated companies interconnected by complex shareholding arrangements, with Hyundai Motor Company regarded as de facto representative of the Group. ... Renault S.A. is a French vehicle manufacturer producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks. ... Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation company producing a range of automobiles (especially Keicars), a full range of motorcycles, outboard motors, and a variety of other small combustion-powered engine products. ... Fiat Grande Punto Fiat Group, or Fiat S.p. ... Mitsubishi Motors Corporation ) is the fifth largest automaker in Japan and the thirteenth largest in the world by unit sales. ... BMW AG (an initialism for Bayerische Motoren-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, or in English, Bavarian Motor Works; ISIN: DE0005190003), is an independent German company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles. ... Mazda Motor Corporation ) (TYO: 7261 ) is a Japanese automotive manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan. ... The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs dAutomobiles (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers), commonly called the OICA, is a federation of automobile manufacturers. ...

World's largest motor vehicle manufacturers

  • Reference: World motor vehicle production by manufacturer: World ranking 2005. OICA (June 2006).

The table below gives the world's largest fifteen automobile manufacturers along with their divisions and subsidiary companies. The table is ranked by "Holding Company" production volume (cars and light commercial vehicles), the largest producer appears at the top of the table, as for the table above. The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs dAutomobiles (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers), commonly called the OICA, is a federation of automobile manufacturers. ... Look up division in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... In business, a subsidiary is a company controlled by another company or corporation. ...

Marque Country of Origin Ownership Type of vehicle Main market
1. General Motors (United States) - 9,040,309 vehicles
Buick United States Division Near-luxury North America / China
Cadillac United States Division Luxury North America / Europe
Chevrolet United States Division Mainstream North America / Europe
Daewoo Korea Subsidiary Entry-level Asia / Europe (as Chevrolet)
Geo (defunct) United States Division Entry-level North America
GMC United States Division Truck North America
Holden Australia Subsidiary Mainstream Australia/New Zealand/China/UAE
Hummer United States Division Luxury Truck North America / Europe
Oldsmobile (defunct) United States Division Near-luxury North America
Opel Germany Subsidiary Mainstream Continental Europe
Pontiac United States Division Mainstream-Performance North America
Saturn United States Subsidiary Entry-level North America
Saab Automobile Sweden Subsidiary Near-luxury Europe / North America
Vauxhall United Kingdom Subsidiary Mainstream United Kingdom
2. Toyota Motor Company (Japan) - 7,100,167 vehicles
Daihatsu Japan Subsidiary Entry-level Global
Hino Japan Subsidiary Truck Asia
Lexus Japan Division Luxury Global
Scion Japan Division Entry-level North America
Toyota Japan Division Mainstream Global
3. Ford Motor Company (United States) - 6,418,416
Ford Motor Company United States Division Mainstream Global
Jaguar United Kingdom Subsidiary Luxury Europe/North America
Land Rover United Kingdom Subsidiary Luxury Truck Global
Lincoln United States Division Luxury North America
Mercury United States Division Near-luxury North America
Volvo Cars Sweden Subsidiary Near-luxury Europe/North America
4. Volkswagen AG (VAG) (Germany) - 5,173,351 vehicles
Audi Germany Division Luxury Europe, North America
Bentley United Kingdom Subsidiary Luxury Global
Bugatti France Subsidiary Performance Global
Lamborghini Italy Subsidiary Performance Global
SEAT Spain Subsidiary Entry-level Europe/Latin America
Škoda Czech Republic Subsidiary Entry-level Europe
Volkswagen Germany Division Mainstream Global
5. Daimler-Chrysler (Germany)- 4,319,399 vehicles
Chrysler United States Division Near-luxury North America / Europe
Dodge United States Division Mainstream-Performance North America / Europe
Eagle (defunct) United States Division Entry-level North America
Jeep United States Division Truck North America / Europe
Mercedes-Benz Germany Division Luxury Global
Maybach Germany Division Luxury Global
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation Japan Subsidiary Truck Asia
Plymouth (defunct) United States Division Mainstream/Entry-level North America
Smart Germany Division Luxury/Mini Europe/Canada/Mexico
6. PSA Peugeot Citroën (France) - 3,375,366 vehicles/
Citroën France Division Mainstream Europe/Latin America
Peugeot France Division Mainstream Europe/Latin America
7. Honda (Japan) - 3,372,924 vehicles
Acura Japan Division Luxury North America
Honda Japan Division Mainstream Global
8. Nissan (Japan) - 3,348,033 vehicles
Infiniti Japan Division Luxury North America
Nissan Japan Division Mainstream Global
Datsun (defunct) Japan Division Mainstream Asia
9. Hyundai (South Korea) - 2,853,436 vehicles
Hyundai Motor Company Korea Division Mainstream Global
Kia Motors Korea Division Mainstream Global
10. Renault (France) - 2,616,818 vehicles
Dacia Romania Subsidiary Entry-level Europe
Renault France Division Mainstream Europe/Latin America
Renault Samsung Motors Korea Subsidiary Mainstream/Entry-level Asia
11. Suzuki (Japan) - 2,071,707 vehicles
Maruti Udyog India Subsidiary Entry-level India
Suzuki Japan Division Entry-level Global
12. Fiat (Italy) - 1,934,476 vehicles
Alfa Romeo Italy Subsidiary Near-luxury/Performance Global
Ferrari Italy Subsidiary Performance Global
Fiat Italy Division Mainstream/Entry-level Global
Lancia Italy Subsidiary Near-luxury Europe
Maserati Italy Subsidiary Luxury/Performance Global
13. Mitsubishi (Japan) - 1,327,035 vehicles
Mitsubishi Japan Division Mainstream Global
Galloper Europe Division Trucks Europe
14. BMW Group (Germany) - 1,323,119 vehicles
BMW Germany Division Luxury Global
MINI United Kingdom Subsidiary Near-luxury/Mini Europe/North America
Rolls-Royce United Kingdom Subsidiary Luxury Global
15. Mazda (Japan) - 1,285,130 vehicles
Mazda Japan Division Mainstream Global

General Motors Corporation, also known as GM, is the worlds largest car manufacturer. ... Buick is a brand of automobile built in the United States, Canada, and China by General Motors Corporation. ... Cadillac is a brand of luxury vehicles, part of General Motors, produced and mostly sold in the United States and Canada. ... Chevrolet (IPA: ʃɛv. ... GM Daewoo Motors logo GM Daewoo Auto & Technology (GM Daewoo or GMDAT) was first established as National Motor in 1937 in Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, South Korea. ... Korea (Korean: 한국 or ì¡°ì„ , see below) is a geographic area, civilization, and former state situated on the Korean Peninsula in East Asia. ... Geo was a brand of small cars and SUVs marketed by General Motors and sold through Chevrolet dealerships throughout North America beginning in 1989 in the United States, and 1992 in Canada. ... GMC, formerly known as GMC Truck, is a brand name used on trucks, vans, and SUVs marketed in North America and the Middle East by General Motors. ... Holden is an Australian automaker based in Melbourne, Victoria, originally independent but now a subsidiary of General Motors. ... Hummer is a brand of sport utility vehicles (SUVs) sold by General Motors, also known as GM. They are based on the military High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or Humvee. ... Oldsmobile was a brand of automobile produced for most of its existence by General Motors. ... This article is about the European car manufacturer. ... This article concerns the automobile; for the Native American leader, see Chief Pontiac, for other uses see the disambiguation page. ... Saturn, founded by General Motors Corporation on January 7, 1985 as a wholly-owned subsidiary, is a brand of automobiles marketed in the United States and Canada. ... Saab Automobile AB is a subsidiary of General Motors. ... For information about the football team see Vauxhall Motors F.C. Vauxhall Motors is a UK car company. ... Toyota Motor Corporation (in Japanese: トヨタ自動車株式会社; Toyota Jidōsha Kabushikigaisha; TYO: 7203. ... Daihatsu is a Japanese manufacturer of cars, especially compact/small cars. ... Hino Motors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation. ... Scion is a brand of vehicles produced by Toyota Motor Corporation founded in 2003. ... This article is about the multinational corporation. ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... Jaguar Cars Limited is a British luxury car manufacturer, with headquarters in Browns Lane, Coventry, England. ... Land Rover was the name of one of the first British civilian all-terrain utility vehicles, first produced by Rover in 1947. ... Lincoln is an American luxury automobile brand, operated under the Ford Motor Company. ... Mercury is an automobile brand name of the Ford Motor Company founded in 1939 to market semi-luxury cars slotted between entry-level Ford and luxury Lincoln models. ... Volvo Cars, or Volvo Personvagnar, is a swedish automobile maker founded in 1927 in the city of Gothenburg in Sweden. ... Volkswagen Group (DE0007664005) (TYO: 7659 ) is a German automobile manufacturer and one of the largest automotive companies worldwide. ... Volkswagen Group (DE0007664005) (TYO: 7659 ) is a German automobile manufacturer and one of the largest automotive companies worldwide. ... Audi AG is a German automobile manufacturer with headquarters in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, and has been an almost wholly owned (99. ... Bentley Motors Limited is a British based manufacturer of luxury automobiles and Grand Tourers. ... See also Bugatti for an overview of the marque Bugatti Automobiles SAS is a French automobile manufacturer in Molsheim, Alsace, France. ... ... An old SEAT 600 SEAT is a Volkswagen subsidiary and one of the leading car makers in Spain. ... Å koda Auto ( (help· info)) is a Czech automobile manufacturer and one of the four oldest car producers in the world. ... Volkswagen AG (ISIN: DE0007664005), or VW, is an automobile manufacturer based in Wolfsburg, Germany. ... DaimlerChrysler AG (Xetra: DCX) , (NYSE: DCX), with headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany and Auburn Hills, Michigan, is a prominent automobile and truck manufacturer, formed in 1998 by the buyout of the Chrysler Corporation (USA) by Daimler-Benz (Germany). ... For other uses, see Chrysler (disambiguation). ... 1917 Dodge Brothers Touring car. ... Eagle was a marque of automobiles sold in the United States and Canada from 1988 to 1998. ... Jeep is an automobile marque (and registered trademark) of DaimlerChrysler. ... This page is about the Mercedes-Benz brand of automobiles and trucks from the DaimlerChrysler automobile manufacturer. ... Several Maybach 57 and 62 models at the 2005 Concours dElegance in Pebble Beach, CA. Maybach-Motorenbau GmbH (IPA: ), founded by Wilhelm Maybach and his son Karl, was a German manufacturer of engines for Zeppelins and later, large and luxurious automobiles. ... The Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (Japanese: 三菱ふそうトラック・バス株式会社) is a Japanese manufacturer of trucks and buses and is a subsidiary of German car manufacturer Daimler Chrysler. ... Plymouth sailboat logo used from 1996 to 2001. ... The correct title of this article is . ... PSA Peugeot Citroën (PSA) is a vehicle company that owns the marques Peugeot and Citroën. ... Citroën is a French automobile manufacturer, founded in 1919 by André Citroën. ... Peugeot is a major French car brand, part of PSA Peugeot Citroën. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Acura (アキュラ) is a brand name used by the Japanese car manufacturer Honda in the US, Canada and Hong Kong since March 1986 to market luxury automobiles and near-luxury vehicles. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Nissan Motor Co. ... Infiniti is Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissans luxury brand in the United States, Canadian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, South Korean (first dealership opened in July 2005) and Taiwanese markets. ... Nissan Motor Co. ... Datsun (ダットサン) is a former marque used by what is now Nissan Motor Co, in order to sell its automobiles in North America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. ... The Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) (KSE: 005380, LSE: HYUD), a division of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, is South Koreas largest car maker. ... The Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) (KSE: 005380, LSE: HYUD), a division of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, is South Koreas largest car maker. ... Motto: None (Unofficial: Broadly benefit humankind also translated as Devotion to the welfare of humanity) Anthem: Aegukga (Patriotic Hymn) Capital (and largest city) Seoul Official languages Korean Government Semi-presidential republic  - President Roh Moo-hyun  - Prime Minister Han Duck-soo Establishment  - Gojoseon October 3, 2333 BCb   - Liberation declared March 1... Kia Motors Company (hangul: 기아자동차) is a South Korean automobile manufacturer with headquarters in Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea. ... Motto: None (Unofficial: Broadly benefit humankind also translated as Devotion to the welfare of humanity) Anthem: Aegukga (Patriotic Hymn) Capital (and largest city) Seoul Official languages Korean Government Semi-presidential republic  - President Roh Moo-hyun  - Prime Minister Han Duck-soo Establishment  - Gojoseon October 3, 2333 BCb   - Liberation declared March 1... Renault S.A. is a French vehicle manufacturer producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks. ... Dacia (IPA: ) is a Romanian car maker which is a subsidiary of Renault group. ... Renault S.A. is a French vehicle manufacturer producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks. ... Renault Samsung Motors (Korean: 르노삼성 자동차) is a South Korean car maker. ... Motto: None (Unofficial: Broadly benefit humankind also translated as Devotion to the welfare of humanity) Anthem: Aegukga (Patriotic Hymn) Capital (and largest city) Seoul Official languages Korean Government Semi-presidential republic  - President Roh Moo-hyun  - Prime Minister Han Duck-soo Establishment  - Gojoseon October 3, 2333 BCb   - Liberation declared March 1... Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation company producing a range of automobiles (especially Keicars), a full range of motorcycles, outboard motors, and a variety of other small combustion-powered engine products. ... Maruti Udyog Limited is a publicly listed company in India. ... Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation company producing a range of automobiles (especially Keicars), a full range of motorcycles, outboard motors, and a variety of other small combustion-powered engine products. ... Fiat Grande Punto Fiat Group, or Fiat S.p. ... Alfa Romeo is an Italian automobile manufacturing company, founded as Darracq Italiana by Cavaliere Ugo Stella, an aristocrat from Milan in partnership with the French automobile firm of Alexandre Darracq. ... Ferrari is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. ... Fiat Grande Punto Fiat Group, or Fiat S.p. ... Lancia (Lan-cha) is an Italian automobile manufacturer founded in 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia and which became part of the Fiat group in 1969. ... Present Maserati logo A 1957 Maserati 200SI at the Scarsdale Concours Maserati Birdcage 1959 Maserati 5000 GT Coupe Maserati Sebring Maserati is a famous Italian manufacturer of racing cars and sports cars, established in 1914 in Bologna. ... Mitsubishi Motors Corporation ) is the fifth largest automaker in Japan and the thirteenth largest in the world by unit sales. ... Mitsubishi Motors Corporation ) is the fifth largest automaker in Japan and the thirteenth largest in the world by unit sales. ... Galloper was a brand name, used in some markets for vehicles made by Hyundai Motor Company between 1997 and 2003. ... This article is 150 kilobytes or more in size. ... BMW AG (an initialism for Bayerische Motoren-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, or in English, Bavarian Motor Works; ISIN: DE0005190003), is an independent German company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles. ... BMW AG (an initialism for Bayerische Motoren-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, or in English, Bavarian Motor Works; ISIN: DE0005190003), is an independent German company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles. ... MINI is the name of a subsidiary of BMW as well as that of a car produced by that subsidiary since April 2001. ... Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is a BMW subsidiary responsible for the manufacture of the Rolls-Royce Phantom. ... Mazda Motor Corporation ) (TYO: 7261 ) is a Japanese automotive manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan. ... Mazda Motor Corporation ) (TYO: 7261 ) is a Japanese automotive manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan. ...

World motor vehicle production by country

Top 15 Motor Vehicle Producing Countries 2005  v  d  e 
Car and Light Commercial Vehicle Production (1,000 units)
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000 12,000
United States 11,524
Japan 10,064
Germany 5,543
China 5,067
South Korea 3,657
France 3,495
Spain 2,677
Canada 2,624
Brazil 2,375
United Kingdom 1,783
Mexico 1,607
India 1,406
Russia 1,264
Thailand 1,110
Italy 996
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
References:
  • World Motor Vehicle Production by Country and Type: Cars 2004 - 2005. OICA.
  • World Motor Vehicle Production by Country and Type: Light Commercial Vehicles 2004 - 2005. OICA.

The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs dAutomobiles (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers), commonly called the OICA, is a federation of automobile manufacturers. ... The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs dAutomobiles (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers), commonly called the OICA, is a federation of automobile manufacturers. ...

Companies by country

This section contains around 2,300 auto manufacturers and companies.


Argentina

Andino was a small automobile manufacturer around 1967 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. ... Industrias Kaiser Argentina or IKA was an Argentine motor company established in Córdoba Province. ...

Armenia

ErAZ(Erevaniski Avtomobilniy Zavod, Yerevan Russian: ) is an Automobile Manufacturer in Armenia mostly known for its minivans used in the Soviet Union. ...

Australia

Alpha Sports is an Australian kit_car manufacturer. ... Amuza Motors Pty Ltd of Perth is an Australian automotive company which exhibited its Ford Falcon-based stretch limo at the 2003 Tokyo Auto Salon. ... The Ascort was an Australian automobile manufactured from 1958 to 1960. ... Bavariacars is among the leaders for aftermarket BMW performance in Australia. ... Birchfield Motor Company of Rockingham, Western Australia is a small Australian specialty car manufacturer, making replicas of the 1937 SS Jaguar model on individual orders. ... Please wikify (format) this article or section as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ... Dreamt up by John Bettini, the first Bullet prototype was built in 1996 on a Mazda MX-5 chassis with a powerplant from a Mazda RX-7. ... N H Buchanan Motor Co Pty Ltd was an Australian kit car manufacturer. ... Carbontech Replicas of Essendon Airport, Victoria is an Australian specialty car company. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... The Chrysler Valiant was a compact car introduced by Chrysler Australia in 1962 with production ceasing in 1981. ... The Valiant was an automobile product of the Chrysler Corporation in 1960. ... An Australian maker of Shelby 427 replicas. ... Daytona Motors Pty Ltd builds a car very similar to the Lotus 7. ... Designed by David Clash, the Devaux Coupe is a kitcar that resembles a 1930s era European sportscar. ... DRB Sports Cars produce Shelby Cobra and Ford GT40 replicas in Australia ... Elfin Cars Pty Ltd has been an Australian manufacturer of sports cars and motor racing cars since 1957. ... Founded by Ray Finch, his company builds 1939 SS100 Jaguar replicas and 1959 Ferrari Testa Rossa replicas. ... Ford Australia is the Australian subsidiary of Ford Motor Company and was founded in Geelong, Victoria in 1926 as an outpost of Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. ... G-Force Sports Cars was founded by Rob Grave over 10 years ago and they currently produce Cobra replicas. ... Sir Lawrence Hartnett had been very involved in the development of the first mass-produced Holden which was launched in the late 1940s. ... Holden is an Australian automaker based in Melbourne, Victoria, originally independent but now a subsidiary of General Motors. ... An editor has expressed a concern that the subject of the article does not satisfy the notability guideline for Companies. ... Ilinga was an Australian car manufacturer founded in Melbourne by Tony Farrell and his partner, Daryl Davies, in business from 1974 to 1975. ... The Joss Supercar is the first Australian built mid-engine supercar. ... Kraftwerkz is an Australian company that produces Porsche 917 replicas. ... Lightburn is the name of an Australia whitegoods manufacturer who briefly entered the passenger car market in the mid-1960s with the oddly shaped Lightburn Zeta sedan. ... Nota is an automobile manufacturer in Australia. ... Piper is an Australian maker of Cobra replicas. ... PRB is a Australian builder of Clubman-style sportscars (ie. ... Python is a Cobra replica company that was founded by George Vidovic. ... Robnell is an Australian manufacturer of replica AC Cobra cars. ...

Austria

The Austro-Daimler was an Austrian automobile manufactured from 1899 until 1934. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... Denzel is an uncommon given name. ... Grofri was the brand of cars manufactured in Austria from 1924 to 1927 under the licence of the French Amilcar. ... Magna Steyr (properly Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co KG ) is an automobile manufacturer based in Oberwaltersdorf, Austria. ... Puch is a manufacturing company in Graz, Austria. ... Steyr-Daimler-Puch was a large manufacturing conglomerate based in Steyr, Austria. ...

Belarus

Minsk Tractor Works (Russian: Минский тракторный завод, МТЗ) is a major industrial enterprise in Minsk, Belarus. ... BelAZ (Belarusian: , BieÅ‚aruski AÅ­tamabilny Zavod, Russian: , Belorusskiy Avtomobilny Zavod, literally Belarusian Automobile Plant) or Belarusian Autoworks is a Belarusian truck manufacturer located in Žodzina. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ...

Belgium

Apal Phase 1 -APAL - s. ... Edran is a Belgian automobile manufacturer. ... Excelsior, a Latin word meaning “higher,” can refer to any of the following: // “Excelsior!” the official motto of New York State, from the state seal. ... Gillet is a Belgian automobile manufacturer, started in 1994 by Tony Gillet, which produced the Vertigo sports coupe powered by a 3. ... Métallurgique were cars made by SA LAuto Métallurgique, Marchienne-au-Pont, Belgium between 1898 and 1928. ... 1928 Minerva that was owned by Gen. ... The Belgian firm Fabrique darmes Emile et Léon Nagant was established by two brothers: Émile (born 1830) and Léon (born 1833). ... The Springuel was a Belgian automobile manufactured from 1907 until 1910. ... Vivinus cars were made by Ateliers Vivinus S.A. of Schaarbeek, Bruxelles (1899 -1912). ...

Brazil

List of automobiles manufactured in Brazil 1956 - Romi-Isetta 1956 - Perua DKW-Vemag 1957 - Kombi - Volkswagen 1957 - Ford F-100 - Ford 1957 - Jeep Willys 1958 - Chevrolet Brasil 3100 - Chevrolet 1958 - Rural Willys 1959 - Fusca - Volkswagen 1959 - Simca Chambord 1960 - Aero Willys 1960 - FNM 2000 JK 1961 - Willys Interlagos 1962 - Karmann... Acha may refer to: Acha is another word for fonio Acha, the character that the 2nd player controls in Namcos 1986 arcade game, Toy Pop. ... Salvatore Adamo (born 1 November 1943 in Comiso, Italy) is one of the most commercially successful singers in Europe. ... Agrale is a Brazilian manufacturer of off-road vehicles, motorcylces, scooters, commercial vehicles, engines and agricultural tractors. ... AME is an abbreviation that can refer to: The African Methodist Episcopal Church Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (in Canada) Alternate Mission Equipment Aviation Medical Examiner (in the United States) AmE usually stands for American English This page concerning a three-letter acronym or abbreviation is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid... Andorinha is a football club from Funchal, Madeira, Portugal Categories: | ... The Oldsmobile Aurora was a luxury automobile made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors and launched in 1995. ... In J. R. R. Tolkiens fictional Middle-earth, Avallonë was the city on Tol Eressëa, the Haven of the Eldar. ... Beep may refer to: Beep (sound) BEEP, Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol, a framework for creating network application protocols Beep (SWBLW), a one-of-a-kind switcher locomotive built in 1970 by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. ... Bianco is a town of about 3000 located in the Province of Reggio Calabria Italy. ... British Racing Motors (generally known as BRM) was a British Formula 1 motor racing team. ... U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a bureau of the United States Department of Homeland Security, is charged with regulating and facilitating international trade, collecting import duties, and enforcing U.S. trade laws. ... CBT is: In psychotherapy, cognitive behavior therapy In education, computer based training In motorcycling, Compulsory Basic Training In law, criminal breach of trust In BDSM, Cock and ball torture This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Centaurus (Latin for centaur) was one of the 48 constellations listed by Ptolemy, and counts also among the 88 modern constellations. ... Chamonix is a Brazilian automobile manufacturer which has produced replicas of 1960s Porsche sports cars based on Volkswagen parts since 1987. ... British Airways Concorde G-BOAB. Concorde G-BOAD on a barge beneath Verrazano Narrows Bridge in New York City in November 2003, bound for the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. ... Dardo was a small two-seater sports car manufactured in Brazil by Corona S. S. Viatura e Equipamento of Diadema between 1979 and 1983. ... The Emme is a river in Switzerland. ... Engesa - Engenheiros Especializados S/A was a Brazilian company in the defense sector. ... The band in 1997. ... A Gurgel jeep Gurgel was the brand of Gurgel Veículos, a Brazilian automobile manufacturer, named for its founder, João do Amaral Gurgel. ... Lobini is a Brazilian automobile manfacturer. ... This article is about mirage, an optical phenomenon. ... Nissin Food Products Co. ... Pag (Latin Pagus, village, Italian Pago) is an island in northern Adriatic Sea, off the coast of Croatia. ... Beauty also refers to the bottom quark, a flavor of quark in particle physics. ... VW-engined Puma in California Puma was a Brazilian specialist car manufacturer who built cars between 1967 and around 1992. ... Look up short in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... TAC may refer to: TAC (software), open source AIM client written in Tcl, using the TOC protocol Tactical Air Command, a former command of the United States Air Force charged with battlefield-level (tactical) air combat. ... For the city in northern Morocco see Tangier. ... Troller logo Troller Veículos Especiais S/A (Troller) is a manufacturer of automobiles in Brazil. ... Uirapuru is a small town and municipality in northeastern Goiás state, Brazil. ... The idea and function of a villa has evolved considerably since its invention towards the end of the Roman Republic. ... Walking is the main form of animal locomotion on land, distinguished from running and crawling. ...

Bulgaria

Bulgarian coachbuilding company in Botevgrad. ... Between 1966 and 1990, the Balkan factory in Lovech, Bulgaria, assembled the Soviet-designed passenger car Moskvitch 408 (later replaced by the 412, 1500 and Aleko) from complete knockdown (CKD) kits. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Bulgaralpine was a sports automobile produced in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, and the result of a collaboration between Alpine (a French automobile firm) and ETO Bulet (a Bulgarian export trade organization). ... Pirin-Fiat was the trademark of several passenger automobiles produced in Lovech, Bulgaria, and the result of a collaboration between Fiat (an Italian automobile firm) and SPC Balkankar (a Bulgarian state production cooperative). ... Sofia was the trademark used for two passenger vehicles manufactured in Bulgaria in the 1980s and 1990s based on the designs of the engineer Velizar Andreev. ...

Canada

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Acadian was a make of automobile produced by General Motors of Canada from 1962 to 1971. ... This article or section should be merged with Bricklin SV-1 The Bricklin automobile was a futuristic gull-wing sports car with a unique acrylic body produced in 1973 and 1975 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. ... Brock Motors Ltd. ... Colonial Motors Ltd. ... Incorporated in 1925, the Chrysler Corporation of Canada gained complete control of a Maxwell-Chalmers plant that had been used to manufacture some Chrysler models in the previous year. ... Durant Motors Inc. ...

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  • Fargo
  • Fisher Motor Company. Ltd.
  • Frontenac
  • Galt Motor Company of Canada
  • Graham-Paige Motors Ltd.
  • Gray-Dort Motors Ltd.
  • Hudson Motors Car Company of Canada, Ltd.
  • Hupmobile of Canada
  • International Harvester

Fargo truck in Batey ha-Osef Museum, Israel. ... Two separate automobile manufactures have produced cars under the Frontenac name brand. ... Grey-Dort Chatham, Ontario, Canada 1915 - 1925 Gray-Dorts originated in the Chatham, Ontario, Canada carriage works of William Gray & Sons Company Ltd, founded in 1855 by William Gray. ... Navistar (formerly International Harvester) started in Chicago, United States, which produced agricultural machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. ...

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  • Leroy
  • Maple Leaf
  • Maxwell Motor Company of Canada Ltd.
  • McLaughlin
  • McLaughlin Buick
  • Mercury (Canada)
  • Meteor
  • Monarch
  • National Cycle and Motors of Canada
  • Russell Motor Car Company

The McLaughlin automobile company began life as the McLaughlin Carriage Company, a blacksmith shop in Enniskillen, Ontario, Canada. ...

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  • Two-in-One
  • Tudhope
  • Timmis-Ford

Chile

Chevrolet (IPA: ʃɛv. ...

China

BYD Auto is an automobile manufacturer based in Shenzhen, Guangdong in the Peoples Republic of China and part of BYD COMPANY LIMITED. With around 60. ... Beijing-Benz DaimlerChrysler Automotive Co Ltd is a 30-year joint venture between DaimlerChrysler and Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Corp. ... Brilliance China Auto is an automobile manufacturer based in Shenyang, Liaoning in the Peoples Republic of China. ... Jinbei is a car produced by the chinese minibus manufacturer Shenyang Jinbei Passenger Vehicle Manufacturing Co. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Changan Automotive Group (also called Changan Motors and Changan auto) is an industrial manufacturer in Chongqing, China. ... Changan Ford Automobile Co. ... Changan Suzuki is a joint venture between Changan Motors and Suzuki Motors in Chongqing, China. ... Changhe (昌河) is a car company based in Chongqing City. ... Chery Automobile (in Chinese: 奇瑞汽车) is an automobile manufacturer in Peoples Republic of China. ... Company name: Baoding Dadi Address: Highway No 107 East, 176 North Street, 072650 Dingxing, Hebei Tel: +86-312-692-1700 Fax: +86-312-692-1600 URL: www. ... Dongfeng Motor Company (Chinese: 东风汽车公司; Pinyin: DõngfÄ“ng QichÄ“ GõngsÄ«) is a Chinese automobile manufacturing firm. ... Dongfeng Motor Company Limited is a joint venture between the Dongfeng Motor Corporation and the Nissan Motor Company. ... Dongfeng Motor Corporation (Chinese: 东风汽车公司; Pinyin: DōngfÄ“ng QichÄ“ GōngsÄ«) is a Chinese automobile manufacturing firm. ... Dongfeng Nissan-Diesel Company is a joint venture between the Dongfeng Motor Corporation and Nissan Diesel. ... Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor Company is a subsidiary of the Dongfeng Motor Corporation. ... Dongfeng Automobile Company Limited is a joint venture between Dongfeng Motor Corporation and Cummins. ... Dongfeng Honda Automobile Company is a joint venture between the Dongfeng Motor Corporation and Honda Motor Company. ... Dongnan (South East) is a 1996 50/50 % joint venture between the Fujian Motor Industry Group and the China Motor Corporation (Mitsubishi Motors) of Taiwan. ... First Automobile Works is a manufacturer of automobiles in China. ... FAW seen near Peoples Square in Shanghai. ... Huali The Huali Dafa is an extreamly popular 3-cylinder automobile in The Peoples Republic of China. ... Tianjin Xiali is the fourth-largest automobile manufacturer in China. ... Volkswagen Group China is Volkswagen Groups subsidiary in China. ... Foton (or Photon) is the project name of two series of Russian science satellite programs. ... Geely logo Geely Automobile (吉利汽车, pronounced JEE-lee) (SEHK: 0175) was the first independent automobile manufacturer in the Peoples Republic of China, beginning in 1998, having acquired a minivan makers license. ... Great Wall Auto is a Chinese automobile manufacturer which produces 4x4 vehicles based on older Japanese designs. ... Harbin Hafei Motor Co. ... Heibao Group Co. ... Categories: Automobile stubs | Companies of China | Automobile manufacturers | Ford ... Jiangling Motors Landwind The Jiangling Motors Landwind or JMC Landwind is a Chinese-built SUV. It is also sold on some of the European markets, being the first Chinese vehicle that has ever been exported to Europe. ... Village in Jiangnan Jiangnan or Jiang Nan (Chinese: ; Pinyin: Jiāngnán; Wade-Giles: Chiang nan; sometimes spelled Kiang-nan) is a geographic area referring to lands immediately to the south of the lowest reaches of the Yangtze River, including the southern part of the Yangtze Delta. ... Lifan is the largest individually-owned motorcycle manufacturer in China. ... Dangdong Shuguang is located in the city of Dandong and is a part of Liaoning Shuguang Automotive Group. ... Lushan is famous for its villas. ... Miles Automotive Group is a Chinese manufacturer of electric vehicles based on Lithium-Ion batteries, and alternatives such as advanced lead acid batteries are also available. ... NACs logo The Nanjing Automobile (Group) Corporation (Yuejin Motor Group Corporation, Chinas oldest car maker, founded in 1947) is a state-owned enterprise with 16,000 employees. ... Taizhou Shake Ring motor components & Parts Co. ... Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) is one of the big 3 Chinese automakers. ... Categories: Automobile stubs | Automobile manufacturers | Companies of China | General Motors ... Volkswagen Group China is Volkswagen Groups subsidiary in China. ... Roewe is an automobile marque created by the Chinese firm Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC), to use on the cars it plans to build based on the MG Rover technology it has bought[1]. The marque will appear first on the companys new version of the Rover 75. ... Rover may refer to, A stereotyped name for a dog Rover bicycle, originating in 1885, that is usually described as the first recognizably modern bicycle Rover (car), a car marque, and historically a car company, Rover Ltd. ... The Rover 75 (codenamed R40 during development) is an executive car produced initially by Rover at Cowley in Oxfordshire, and later by MG Rover at their Longbridge site in Birmingham, England. ... Dangdong Shuguang is located in the city of Dandong and is a part of Liaoning Shuguang Automotive Group. ... South East (Fujian) Motor Co. ... Yema is a watchmaking company in Besançon, France. ... Zhengzhou Yutong Bus (郑州宇通客车) is one of Chinas bus manufacturers based in Henan Province. ... Zhongxing is a Chinese producer of SUV and pick-ups co-owned by the Chinese companies Hebei Tianye and Ningbo Huaxiang. ...

Cyprus

Kaisis Motor Company (KMC) is a vehicle manufacturer in Cyprus, in business between 1973 and the late 1980s. ...

Czech Republic

Successor to the Stelka, the Aspa was a Czech automobile manufactured from 1924 until 1925 at a small machine factory in Pribram. ... Jawa is a motorcycle manufacturer in the Czech republic, formerly Czechoslovakia. ... Laurin & Klement (1895-1925) was a bicycle, motorcycle and automobile manufacturer in Mladá Boleslav, Bohemia, then Austria-Hungary. ... MTX is an automobile that has been made in Czechoslovakia and now in the Czech Republic by of Prague since1969. ... Škoda can refer to: Škoda Auto - the leading automobile manufacturer in the Czech Republic, now part of the Volkswagen Group Škoda Works - the biggest industrial enterprise in Austria-Hungary, then Czechoslovakia and now Czech Republic Pity As an interesting aside, Škoda (i. ... Tatra (named after the Tatra mountains) is a vehicle manufacturer in the Czech Republic. ... Velorex Velorex is a small three wheeled car produced from the 1950s until 1971 in Czechoslovakia. ... The American Chocolate later known as Walter was an American assembled car manufactured by a noted vending machine company from 1903 to 1906. ...

Denmark

The Anglo-Dane was a Danish automobile manufactured by H. C. Fredriksen of Copenhagen from 1902 to 1917. ... The Thrige was a Danish automobile manufactured in Odense between 1911 to 1917 by the Thomas B. Thrige company (now T-T Electric). ... Kewet is an electric vehicle currently manufactured by Kollega Bil in Oslo, Norway. ...

Egypt

Arab American Vehicles is an Egyptian automobile manufacturer based in Cairo. ... The El Nasr Automotive Manufacturing Company is an African state company operating in Giza, Eygpt. ...

Estonia

ESTfield is a Lotus Seven-style car manufactured by RaceTech in Estonia either as a kit car or in key ready form. ...

Finland

ELCAT is an electric vehicle manufacturer based in Järvenpää, Finland. ... Finnish truck company. ... Valmet (originally Valtion Metallitehtaat - Governmental Metalworks) was formed in 1951, when the state of Finland decided to group their various factories working on war reparations for Soviet Union under one company. ...

France

A-H

Aixam 400 Aixam - Mega is a French automobile manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains. ... The Alcyon was a French automobile, manufactured between 1906 and 1928. ... The Alda was a French automobile created by Fernand Charron of CGV; it was manufactured between 1912 and 1922. ... The Alma was a French automobile manufactured in Courbevoie, Seine, between 1926 and 1929. ... Alpine was a French manufacturer of racing and sports cars which used rear mounted Renault engines. ... Alpine was a French manufacturer of racing and sports cars which used rear mounted Renault engines. ... The Alva Sport was a French automobile manufactured from 1913 to 1921 or 1923 by a company named Automobiles Alva in Courbevoie, Seine. ... The Amilcar was a French automobile manufactured from 1921 to 1939. ... Léon Bollée Automobiles Logo Léon Bollée Automobiles was a French company founded by Léon Bollée on Le Mans, for the construction of a first vehicle that denominated Voiturette. The Bollée, a family of constructors of vehicles created three brands: The vehicles to steam... Ardex A small French automobile manufacturer. ... The Arista was a French automobile which took its name from its founder, one P. Arista_Ruffier; the marque was manufactured in Paris from 1912 to 1915. ... The Arista was a French automobile with a fiberglass body, produced in Paris from 1956 to 1953. ... The Arzac was a small French cyclecar manufactured in Paris from 1926 to 1927. ... The Astatic was a French automobile manufactured from 1920 to 1922. ... Avions Voisin was an advanced French luxury automobile marque by Gabriel Voisin. ... Automobiles René Bonnet was a French automobile maker. ... Ballot was a French automobile manufacturer. ... Bédélia (in English usually written as Bedelia) was the archetype of the French cyclecars. ... Berliet was a French manufacturer of automobiles, trucks and other utility vehicles. ... Brasier was the successor of the early French Richard-Brasier automobile maker that had been in business since 1902. ... The Bucciali was a French automobile manufactured from 1922 until 1933. ... Bugatti is one of the fastest marques of automobile and one of the most exclusive Italian-French car producers of all time. ... Chaigneau-Brasier was a name given French Brasier cars marketed after 1926. ... Charles Deutsch, French aerodynamics engineer and automobile maker, founder of the brand DB with René Bonnet, and later of the CD. He later founded the SERA vehicle engineering Research and Development Company. ... Chappe et Gessalin (CG) was a French automobile maker. ... Chenard Walcker, 2003 Chenard Walcker is an collage & automatic writing activist working in Paris, France. ... Citroën is a French automobile manufacturer, founded in 1919 by André Citroën. ... Clément-Bayard was a French automobile manufacturer from 1903 to 1922. ... Dangel is a French specialist automobile company based in the Alsace region. ... Darracq poster ad, London, England Automobiles Darracq S.A. was a French motor vehicle manufacturing company founded in 1896 by Alexandre Darracq. ... DB was a French automobile maker between 1938 and 1961. ... A De Dion-Bouton from 1899, from a French museum in Paris [1] De Dion-Bouton was a French automobile manufacturer operating from 1883 to 1932. ... The Delage emblem The Delage Automobile company was established in 1905 in Levallois, a northwesterly suburb of Paris, France. ... The Delahaye automobile manufacturing company was started by Emile Delahaye in 1894, in Tours, France. ... Automobiles Delaunay-Belleville was a French automobile manufacturer from St. ... Facel logo Facel Vega was a French builder of luxury cars. ... Henri Farman on September 21, 1913 in France Farman Aviation Works was an aeroneutic enterprise founded and run by the brothers Henry and Maurice Farman. ... Ford SAF (Ford Société Anonyme Française) was the French subsidiary of the American automaker Ford Motor Company, which existed under various names between 1916 and 1954, when Ford sold it to Simca. ... The Georges Irat was a French automobile manufactured by engine builder Georges Irat from 1921 to 1946. ... Georges Richard (???? - 1922) was a Frenchman who ran a short lived automobile manufacturing firm from 1897 under his own name, copying Benz cars of the era. ... Gordini was a Formula One constructor and engine manufacturer from 1950 until 1956. ... Hispano-Suiza is a French engineering firm best known for their engine and weapon designs in the pre-World War II period, work that developed out of their earliest work in luxury automobile design. ... Hommell is a French Automobile manufacturer, started in 1994 by Michel Hommell, which produced a sports coupe powered by a 2. ... Hotchkiss cars were made between 1903 and 1955 by the French company Hotchkiss et Cie in Saint-Denis, Paris. ...

J-V

Léon Bollée Automobiles Logo Léon Bollée Automobiles was a French company founded by Léon Bollée on Le Mans, for the construction of a first vehicle that denominated Voiturette. The Bollée, a family of constructors of vehicles created three brands: The vehicles to steam... Ligier is a French automobile maker created by former racing driver Guy Ligier. ... Lorraine-Dietrich 8Be aircraft engine. ... Mathis was a firm founded by Émile Mathis in Alsace that produced experimental cars between 1898 and 1903. ... Matford was a car and truck manufacturer in France from 1934 to 1939. ... Mécanique Avion TRAction or Matra is a French company covering a wide range of activities mainly related to aeronautics and weaponry which today operates as the Lagardère Group. ... Monica Monica is a brand of luxury cars created in the seventies by Jean Tastevin. ... Central Automobile Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in New York, New York. ... Aixam 400 Aixam - Mega is a French automobile manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains. ... A Panhard-Levassor was the first automobile to be introduced in Japan, in 1898 A 1920s Panhard A VBL of the French Army Panhard, originally Panhard et Levassor, is a French automobile manufacturer. ... Peugeot is a major French car brand, part of PSA Peugeot Citroën. ... Problem-based learning (PBL) is a pedagogical concept of active learning in tertiary education, but is currently being adapted for use in K-12 education. ... Renault S.A. is a French vehicle manufacturer producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks. ... Richard-Brasier was the successor of the early French automobile maker Georges Richard from 1902. ... Lucien Rosengart (January 11, 1881, Paris, France - July 27, 1976) was a French engineer. ... Simca Rallye 2 Simca is a now-defunct French automobile manufacturer, which also produced cars in Brazil and Spain in the 1960s. ... Sizaire-Naudin was a French automobile manufacturer. ... 86 Semele is an asteroid. ... Talbot is an automobile brand, whose history is one of the industrys most complex. ... Talbot-Lago was a French automobile manufacturer at Suresnes, Seine. ... Unic was a French car manufacturer firm founded by Georges Richard in 1906 after having left Richard-Brasier. ... VELAM was a French automobile manufacturer that made VELAM microcars in 1957 under the licence of the Isetta from the Italian Iso. ... Automobiles Venturi is a french manufacturer of sports cars. ... Voisin is a French surname meaning neighbour. ...

Germany

A-G

Hood ornament Adler Standard 6 The Adler was a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer produced from 1900 to 1957. ... Alex von Falkenhausen Motorenbau (AFM) was a Formula One constructor from 1952 to 1953. ... AGA was a German automobile company, once quite large, which manufactured its wares from 1919 to 1929, and which by 1922 was manufacturing 1000 cars a month. ... Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen GmbH is an automobile tuning company based in Buchloe, in the Ostallgäu district of Bavaria, Germany specialising in BMW cars. ... Amphicar photographed in Stuttgart 2005. ... Apal Phase 1 -APAL - s. ... The Apollo was a German automobile manufactured by Ruppe & Son of Apolda in Thuringia from 1910 to 1927; the company had previously offered a car called the Piccolo. ... The Arimofa was a German automobile manufactured between 1921 and 1922 by Ari-Motorfahrzeugbau GmbH of Plauen, Vogtland. ... Audi AG is a German automobile manufacturer with headquarters in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, and has been an almost wholly owned (99. ... 1936 Auto Union Wanderer Auto Union was a joint venture of four German automobile manufacturers, established in 1932 in Zwickau, Saxony, during the Great Depression. ... AWS can mean: Abyss Web Server Ada Web Server Advanced Wireless Services Apple Workgroup Server Automatic Warning System for railway use. ... Benz can refer to: Karl Benz, a German automobile engineer and inventor Mercedes-Benz, a brand of automobiles and trucks Kafi Benz, an American writer, historian, designer, and artist, the founder of Friends of Seagate Inc. ... Bitter was produced in Germany and later Austria. ... BMW AG (an initialism for Bayerische Motoren-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, or in English, Bavarian Motor Works; ISIN: DE0005190003), is an independent German company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles. ... Borgward was a German automobile manufacturer founded by Carl F. W. Borgward (November 10, 1890 - July 28, 1963). ... Bugatti is one of the fastest marques of automobile and one of the most exclusive Italian-French car producers of all time. ... Deutz AG is a German engine manufacturer. ... DKW Auto Union logotype Dampf-Kraft Wagen (German: steam-powered vehicle) or DKW is a historic car and motorcycle marque. ... An EMW. Notice the BMW like grille. ... Fendt 818 Vario TMS grille Fendt Farmer Turbomatic Fendt is a German manufacturer of agricultural tractors and machines. ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... A 1968 BMW Glas 3000GT. Notice the BMW logo in the front but that it otherwise doesnt look like a BWM. Glas was a German automobile manufacturer founded by Hans Glas. ... Goggomobil 400 S. Made in Spain under license The Goggomobil was a microcar produced in Germany after World War II by Glas. ... German-based company building supercars. ... Gutbrod was a German car manufacturer. ...

H-R

Heinkel Flugzeugwerke was a German aircraft manufacturing company founded by and named after Ernst Heinkel. ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Horch vehicles Horch was the popular name for high-performance luxury motor cars manufactured in Germany by the company, August Horch & Cie, at the beginning of the 20th century. ... IFA may stand for: Institut für Fabrikanlagen und Logistik [1] an der Universität Hannover [2] Institute of Field Archaeologists (UK) Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (International Radio Exhibition), the German consumer show which is held annually in Berlin, Germany. ... Isdera logo Isdera is a privately-run automaker based in a small workshop in Leonberg, Germany. ... Wilhelm Karmann GmbH in Osnabrück, Germany is an independent company in the motor vehicle industry. ... Kleinschnittger F125 Kleinschnittger was a german company that between 1950 and 1957 produced some microcars. ... Norddeutsche Automobil und Motoren GmbH was a German brand created in 1908 and was owned by the Norddeutsche Lloyd shipping company. ... MAN AG (formerly called Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg AG, ISIN: DE0005937007) is a German transportation company. ... Iveco-Magirus fire truck. ... Several Maybach 57 and 62 models at the 2005 Concours dElegance in Pebble Beach, CA. Maybach-Motorenbau GmbH (IPA: ), founded by Wilhelm Maybach and his son Karl, was a German manufacturer of engines for Zeppelins and later, large and luxurious automobiles. ... Melkus was a brand of single seat racing cars and sport cars founded by the race driver Heinz Melkus in Dresden in East Germany. ... This page is about the Mercedes-Benz brand of automobiles and trucks from the DaimlerChrysler automobile manufacturer. ... Merkur, the German word for Mercury, was an automobile brand which was briefly marketed by Ford Motor Company in the United States and Canada from 1985 to 1989. ... Messerschmitt is a famous German aircraft manufacturer, known primarily for their World War II fighter aircraft, notably the Bf 109 and Me 262. ... Neckar was a German automobile manufacturer from 1957 to 1971, which produced Fiat vehicles under license in Heilbronn. ... An articulated Neoplan bus arrives at the Silver Spring Metro station in Silver Spring, Maryland on February 9, 2005. ... Logo of the Company NSU, 1951 NSU Motorenwerke AG (normally just NSU) was a German manufacturer of cars and motorcycles and a predecessor to what is now Audi. ... This article is about the European car manufacturer. ... Dr. Ing. ... In Celtic mythology, Robur was the god of oak trees, worshipped primarily in Gaul alongside Abellio, Fagus and Buxenus. ... Ruf is an automobile company located in Germany that bases its vehicle designs on Porsche sports cars, namely the 911 and the Boxster. ...

S-W

This article needs translation. ... The correct title of this article is . ... Standard Superior was an automobile brand used from 1933-1935 by Standard Fahrzeugfabrik of Germany,founded by Wilhelm Gutbrod. ... Stoewer was a German automobile manufacturer before the World War II whose headquarters were in Stettin. ... The Trabant is an automobile formerly produced by East German auto maker VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau in Zwickau, Saxony. ... Volkswagen AG (ISIN: DE0007664005), or VW, is an automobile manufacturer based in Wolfsburg, Germany. ... The Wartburg was a car manufactured in East Germany. ... Wanderer was a German automobile manufacturer from 1911 to 1939. ... Wiesmann is a car manufacturer in Germany. ...

Greece

Agricola was a Greek maker of 4x4 multi-purpose trucks, founded in 1975 in Thessaloniki and producing only for a few years. ... AK Hellas (the initials standing for the full name of the company, Aggelopoulos-Karkanis O.E.) was a Greek manufacturer of light trucks and other metal products. ... Alta (not to be confused with a British company with the same name) was a Greek manufacturer of light and heavier three-wheeler trucks, motorcycles and passenger cars. ... Attica was the first brand name produced by Bioplastic S.A., a company created in Moschato, Athens by Georgios Dimitriadis who became an important figure in Greek automotive history. ... AutoDiana was a Greek truck manufacturer based in Thessaloniki, operationg between 1975 and 1984. ... Automeccanica was a Greek automobile producing company. ... Balkania was the trade name of K. Zaharopoulos A.B.E.E. a Greek industrial and trading company based in Athens that produced 4x4 jeep-type vehicles and 4x4 trucks. ... B.E.T. 500 (1973 model) Biotechnia Ellinikon Trikyklon (Hellenic Three-Wheeler Manufacturer), or BET, was a small vehicle manufacturer founded in Athens by Petros Konstantinou. ... A technically advanced beauty: BIAMAX R514 (1961 model) BIAMAX has perhaps been the best known Greek vehicle manufacturer, being, at the same time one of the biggest Greek companies at its time with three factories (in Athens, where its headquarters, Thessaloniki and Larissa, employing more than 2000) and several other... C.AR was a Greek automotive company, founded in 1970. ... DIM 652 (1977 model) DIM Motor Company, a Greek automobile maker, was created by Georgios Dimitriadis as a successor to his earlier company Bioplastic S.A. who had built the Attica car. ... EBIAM 4x4 truck (1979), typical of Greek style of the late 1970s EBIAM (standing for ‘Elliniki Biomichania Agrotikon Michanimaton’, that is, ‘Greek Agricultural Machinery Industry’) was a Greek company based in Thessaloniki that, among others, produced 4x4 trucks. ... ELBO (standing for “Elliniki Biomihania Ohimaton”, or Hellenic Vehicle Industry), is a Greek vehicle manufacturer. ... Emporiki Autokiniton was a major Greek automobile trading and industrial company (the name means Automobile Trading Co. ... Hercules light all-terrain vehicle (1980) Hercules (one of many companies worldwide to use that name) was a Greek manufacturer of agricultural machinery based in Kerkyra (Corfu). ... Malkotsis is the trade name for Technika S.Malkotsis A.E., which has been the most important Greek engine manufacturer. ... Designed by Georgios Michael and almost looking like a true Renault: MAVA-Renault Farma F (van) MAVA Company is the Greek importer of Renault automobiles. ... MEBEA was an important Greek vehicle manufaturer, producer of light trucks, passenger automobiles, motorcycles, motorbike engines and bicycles. ... Motoemil three-wheeler truck (1967 model) Motoemil Autofarma (1977 model) Motoemil (not to be confused with companies from other countries with the same name) was a Greek truck manufacturer based in Thessaloniki. ... MotorCar truck, featuring typical Greek cab design of the late 1960s MotorCar was the rather peculiar name of a Greek three-wheeler truck manufacturer, in business between 1967 and 1971. ... Namco (National Motor Company of Greece) is a Greek vehicle manufacturer, a creation of the Kontogouris Brothers who have been in the automotive industry business since the 1950s. ... Ahead of its time? Neorion Chicago 4x4 (1974 model) Neorion is one of the most historic Greek engineering companies, located in Ermoupolis, on the Greek island of Syros. ... Pan-Car beach buggy (1977 model) Pan-Car was a Greek producer of automobiles and light trucks, operating between 1968 and 1992. ... Petropoulos (the full name of the company is Petros Petropoulos A.E.B.E.) is one of the historic Greek manufacturers. ... Ros (its badge was only in Greek, the brand spelled ΡΩΣ) was the trade name of vehicles produced by the Greek company Stavros Konstantinides O.E., based in Athens. ... SAM truck (1967 model) The name SAM stands for Stephanos A. Baltas (as spelled in Greek), the founder of this Greek company, one of several that produced three-wheeler trucks in that country, in business between 1966 and 1974. ... Saracakis Brothers group of companies is a major Greek Commercial and Industrial group, for two decades a traditional competitor to Biamax (between themselves the two companies virtually dominated the bus market in Greece). ... Scavas 2 (1992) Scavas is the name of sports cars created by Greek engineer Vassileios Scavas. ... Today, Sfakianakis group of companies is a Greek conglomerate with a wide range of activities employing over 1600 in three countries; its origins were based on vehicle manufacture. ... STYL KAR (its logo written in Greek as ΣΤΥΛ ΚΑΡ) was named after its founder, the very talented engineer Stylianos Karakatsanis. ... Theologou light car (ca. ... TZEN sports car (1970) TZEN is the brand name used for the cars built by Antonis Tzen, a Greek engineer, racing driver and car collector. ...

Hungary

The Balaton was a Hungarian microcar made by Székesfehérvári Motorjavitó Vállalat based in Székesfehérvár. ... Ikarus type 260. ... Puli was a microcar made in Hungary by HÓDGÉP of Hódmezővásárhely from 1986. ...

India

Main article: Cars in India

This is a list of car models available in India as of 2006. ... The high growth in the Indian economy has resulted in many foreign car manufacturers entering the Indian market. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards and conform with our NPOV policy, this article or section may require cleanup. ... 2002 Ford Fiesta in the UK. The Ford Motor Company (sometimes nicknamed Fords or FoMoCo, (NYSE: F) is an automobile maker founded by Henry Ford in Detroit, Michigan, and incorporated on June 16, 1903. ... Eicher Group is a conglomerate of the firms Eicher Goodearth Ltd. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Hero Honda Motors Limited is a Indian two wheeler company. ... Hindustan Motors is the automobile manufacturer of India. ... Mahindra can refer to: Mahinda, the son of Emperor Ashoka and proponent of Buddhas teachings in Sri Lanka Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, an Indian automobile company Mahindra United, an Indian football club Category: ... Maruti Udyog Limited is a publicly listed company in India. ... Premier Automobiles was an Indian automaker which flourished in the so called license raj period from the 1950s till the early 1990s when India was closed to the world and imports. ... REVA is an Indian electric car intended for use as a City car. ... San Storm is a two seat convertible sports car from San Motors in India introduced in 1998. ... Tata Motors Limited-(Hindi:टाटा मोटरस) is Indias largest private automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturing company. ... The Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) (KSE: 005380, LSE: HYUD), a division of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, is South Koreas largest car maker. ... General Motors Corporation, also known as GM, is the worlds largest car manufacturer. ... Mercedes-Benz (sometimes shortened to just Mercedes or Benz) is a German brand name of automobiles, buses, coaches, and trucks created for Daimler-Benz AG and now owned by DaimlerChrysler AG. The Daimler-Benz company originated on June 28, 1926 when two companies, Benz & Cie. ... Dr. Ing. ... Ferrari is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. ... Bentley Motors Limited is a British based manufacturer of luxury automobiles and Grand Tourers. ... Mitsubishi Logo The Mitsubishi Group ), Mitsubishi Group of Companies, or Mitsubishi Companies, all refer to a large grouping of independently operated Japanese companies which share the Mitsubishi brand name. ...

Indonesia

  • Bakrie
  • Bimantara
  • Texmaco Perkasa (trucks, buses)
  • Timor
  • [[Adi Putro (bus)|]
  • Hana

The Timor was a car sold in Indonesia in the mid-1990s, which was simply a rebadged version of the South Korean Kia Sephia. ... Hana can be: A Jewish variant transliteration of Hannah. ...

Iran

Iran Khodro (khodro means automobile in Persian) is a major Iranian industrial manufacturer, manufacturing automobiles for the domestic and export markets. ... This is one of the first compiled Paykans in Iran Samand Coupe, one of the many models of the Samand family. ... SAMAND Sarir Samand (also known as the Peykan X7, New Peykan, or National Automobile) is Irans national car, manufactured by Iran Khodro from 85 percent local parts. ... Morattab is an SUV manufacturer based in Tehran, Iran. ... Pars Khodro is an Iranian automobile manufacturer. ... SaiPa is a Finnish ice hockey team playing in SM-liiga based at Kisapuisto (capacity 4847), Lappeenranta. ...

Ireland

The De Lorean Motor Company (DMC) was a short-lived automobile manufacturer formed by automobile industry executive John De Lorean in 1975. ... The Shamrock was a car produced for a prief period during the 1950s in Castleblayney, Co. ... Thomond (Irish: Tuadh Mumhan, meaning North Munster) sometimes called County Thomond was an ancient Kingdom of Ireland which included much of what is now County Clare and at its greatest extents included parts of the counties of Kerry, Limerick, Offaly and Tipperary. ... The TMC Costin was a lightweight sports car built from 1983 and 1987 at the Thompson Motor Company in Wexford, Ireland. ...

Israel

Autocars Co. ...

Italy

A-H

Abarth was an Italian racing car maker founded by Carlo Abarth, of Austrian origins. ... The term Aquila can refer to several things: Aquila is Latin for eagle. ... Shortcut: WP:D or WP:DAB Disambiguation in Wikipedia and Wikimedia is the process of resolving the conflict that occurs when articles about two or more different topics have the same natural title. ... Alfa Romeo is an Italian automobile manufacturer. ... Amilcar Italiana manufactured some French Amilcar automobile models in Italy from 1925 to 1928 under licence granted in 1925 to . ... The Ansaldo was an Italian automobile manufactured by an armaments concern from 1921 to 1931. ... Arcadia or Arkadía (Greek Αρκαδία; see also List of traditional Greek place names) is a region of Greece in the Peloponnesus. ... The ASA was an Italian automobile created by Bizzarini and manufactured in Milan (in a factory owned by the De Nora Electrochemical Group) from 1962 to 1969. ... ATS (Automobili Turismo e Sport) was an Italian automotive constructor and racing team that operated between 1963 and 1965, formed after the famous Palace Revolution at Ferrari. ... Autobianchi badge on a cars front fascia Autobianchi (pronounced —IPA pronunciation) was an Italian automobile manufacturer, created jointly by Bianchi, Pirelli and Fiat in 1955. ... Bandini Automobili was an Italian automobile manufacturer that existed between 1946 and 1992. ... Gruppo Bertone is an Italian car styling and coachbuilding house, which also manufactures cars. ... Bizzarrini is an automotive manufacturer which produced a single model, the Strada, in production from 1965 until 1969. ... This article needs cleanup. ... The Bugatti logo Bugatti is one of the most celebrated marques of automobile and the one of the most exclusive French car producers of all time. ... Chiribiri, today is a trademark of Global Corporation, a clothing manufacturing headquartered in Carinaro outside Naples in the Province of Caserta (CE), Italy. ... Cisitalia 360 Cisitalia The name Cisitalia derives from Consorzio Industriale Sportive Italia, a business conglomerate founded in Turin in 1946 and controlled by the wealthy industrialist and sportsman Piero Dusio. ... Conrero Virgilio Conrero was born in Turin, Italy in 1918. ... Dallara was a Formula One constructor from 1988 through 1992. ... De Tomaso was an Italian car-manufacturing company. ... This article, image, template or category belongs in one or more categories. ... B Engineering Edonis The Edonis is a car created by Italian automobile manufacturer B Engineering. ... FATA can refer to: The Federally Administered Tribal Areas, areas of Pakistan outside the four provinces. ... Ferrari is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. ... Fiat Grande Punto Fiat Group, or Fiat S.p. ... The Dannebrog, national flag of Denmark. ... FOD or Foreign Object Damage is an aviation term used to describe damage done to an aircraft due to collision with small foreign objects. ... Fornasari is an italian car manifacturer that was created in 2002 by Giuseppe Fonasari. ... Ghia (Carrozzeria Ghia SpA) is one of the most famous Italian automobile design and coachbuilding firms, founded in 1921 in Turin by Giacinto Ghia (1887 - 1944). ...

I-Z

The Italian machinery works named Innocenti was originally established by Ferdinando Innocenti in 1920. ... Until 1953 the company Iso Rivolta was called Isothermos. ... The Isotta Fraschini logo Isotta Fraschini was know as The Aristocrat of Automobiles. ... Itala Itala Itala was a exotic car manufacturer in Turin, Italy from 1904-1934, started by Matteo Ceirano and five partners in 1903. ... Italdesign-Giugiaro S.p. ... Iveco is a European truck, bus, and diesel engine manufacturer, based in Turin, Italy. ... ... Lancia (Lan-cha) is an Italian automobile manufacturer founded in 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia and which became part of the Fiat group in 1969. ... Present Maserati logo A 1957 Maserati 200SI at the Scarsdale Concours Maserati Birdcage 1959 Maserati 5000 GT Coupe Maserati Sebring Maserati is a famous Italian manufacturer of racing cars and sports cars, established in 1914 in Bologna. ... Moretti Motor Company is a now defunct automobile manufacturer formally based in Italy. ... Officine Meccaniche (OM) - was an Italian Truck manufacturer, from Brescia. ... Officine Specializzate Costruzioni Automobili - Fratelli Maserati SpA, is usually abbreviated to O.S.C.A. and sometimes spelled OSCA or Osca, was an Italian brand of sports car automobiles. ... Pagani Automobili S.p. ... Piaggio is a company based in Italy that produces automobiles, motorcycles and scooters, such as: Piaggio APE 3-wheel submicro pickups. ... Qvale (pronounced kuh-vaal-ee) was an independent Italian car manufacturer founded in 2000 by the American Kjell Qvale. ... 1961 Ferrari 250 TR modified by Giotto Bizzarrini for Volpis Scuderia Serenissima Scuderia Serenissima was a successful auto racing team in the early 1960s. ... Siata Spring Siata (Societa Italiana Auto Trasformazioni Accessori) was an italian company founded in 1926 by Giorgio Ambrosini that worked with modifying and tuning cars from Fiat. ... This article is about the Hindu God. ... SLC may refer to, among other things: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA Salt Lake City International Airport (IATA Airport Code) SLC Punk!, a movie about the punk rock scene in Salt Lake City in 1985. ... SPA an Italian automobile manufacturer, produced cars between 1906 and 1926. ... Automobili Stanguellini was a maker of small sports cars in Italy. ... Torquato Tasso (March 11, 1544 - April 25, 1595) was an Italian poet of the 16th century, best known for his poem La Gerusalemme liberata (Jerusalem Delivered; 1575), in which he describes the imaginary combats between Christians and Muslims at the end of the First Crusade, during the siege of Jerusalem. ... The Vespa 400 was a tiny passenger car with a 349cc engine built in both 2 and 4-seater versions. ... Giovanni Battista Viotti (May 12, 1755 - March 3, 1824) was an Italian violinist and composer. ... Tatra 613 coupe Vignale - 1969 The Vignale designed Tatra 613-4 Mi Long Model 1995. ... Zagato is a modern design consultancy and engineering services company situated just outside Milan, the hub of Italys world-famous fashion industry. ... Zust (originally Züst) was a car manufacturing company from 1905 to 1917. ...

Japan

See also: Japanese automobile industry

Japan is the worlds second largest automobile manufacturer and exporter, after the United States. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Daihatsu is a Japanese manufacturer of cars, especially compact/small cars. ... Hino can mean: Hino, Shiga Hino, Tokyo Hino, Tottori Hino District, Tottori Hino Motors, Ltd. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Acura (アキュラ) is a brand name used by the Japanese car manufacturer Honda in the US, Canada and Hong Kong since March 1986 to market luxury automobiles and near-luxury vehicles. ... Infiniti is Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissans luxury brand in the United States, Canadian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, South Korean (first dealership opened in July 2005) and Taiwanese markets. ... Isuzu Motors Ltd. ... Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation. ... Mazda Motor Corporation ) (TYO: 7261 ) is a Japanese automotive manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan. ... Mitsubishi Motors Corporation ) is the fifth largest automaker in Japan and the thirteenth largest in the world by unit sales. ... 2005 Mitsuoka Orochi Nude-Top Roadstar. ... Nissan Motor Co. ... Datsun (ダットサン) is a former marque used by what is now Nissan Motor Co, in order to sell its automobiles in North America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. ... Infiniti is Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissans luxury brand in the United States, Canadian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, South Korean (first dealership opened in July 2005) and Taiwanese markets. ... Otomo clan (大伴氏) was a Japanese clan, which has served Okimi for a long time. ... Prince Motor Company was a Japanese automobile manufacturer from 1952 until its merger with Nissan in 1966. ... For other uses, see Subaru (disambiguation). ... A descendant of the Nakajima Aircraft Company (est. ... 2002 Suzuki FXR150 Suzuki Motor Corporation (スズキ株式会社) is a Japanese manufacturing company producing a range of small automobiles (especially Keicars), a full range of motorcycles, outboard motors, and a variety of other small combustion-powered engine products. ... Tommy Kaira ), formally Tomita Dream Sales ), is a Japanese car tuning and manufacturing company founded on May 1, 2002 and headquartered in Minami-ku, Kyoto, Japan. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require cleanup. ... Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation. ... Scion is a brand of vehicles produced by Toyota Motor Corporation founded in 2003. ... Yamaha Motor Company Limited (ヤマハ発動機株式会社) TYO: 7272 , a Japanese motorized vehicle-producing company (whose HQ is at 2500 Shingai, Iwata, Shizuoka), is part of the Yamaha Corporation. ...

Latvia

  • Rīgas Autobusu Fabrika
  • Russo-Balt
  • Ford-Vairogs
  • VEF

RAF logo RAF-10 Latvian RÄ«gas Autobusu Fabrika, (Russian: Рижская Автомобильная Фабрика) (abbreviated RAF) was a factory in Jelgava, Latvia making vans under the brand name Latvija. ... Stamp with a 1909 Russo-Balt car. ... Assembly of Ford-Vairogs in Riga in the 1930s. ... VEF is an acronym for Valsts Elektrotehniskā Fabrika (State Electrotechnical Plant) is a manufacturer of electrical and electronic products in Latvia. ...

Liechtenstein

Jehle was a car company based in Liechtenstein which operated during the late 1980s. ...

Lithuania

  • Kauno Autobusų Gamykla

Kauno Autobusu Gamykla (KAG) was a factory in Kaunas that produced more than 12,000 buses from 1950 to 1961 (most of them were based on the GAZ-51 truck). ...

Malaysia

Bufori logo Bufori is a modern brand of rare automobiles resembling 1930s coupes. ... DRB-HICOM Berhad is Malaysias single largest totally integrated automotive company, with operations in the manufacturing, assembly and distribution of passenger and commercial vehicles. ... Inokom Corp Bhd is a Malaysian manufacturer of light commercial vehicles, including vans, Inokom Atos and Inokom Matrix, which the latter two are rebadged models of Hyundais Atoz and Matrix respectively. ... Naza Group of Companies is a well known motor trading and property development company, which began operations in 1974 in Malaysia. ... Perodua, acronym of Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Berhad is Malaysias second automobile manufacturer after Proton. ... Proton Holdings Berhad is short for Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional (Malay for National Automobile Enterprise), is Malaysias first car manufacturer initiated in 1983 by then-Malaysias Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. ...

Mexico

VAM logo Vehiculos Automotores Mexicanos S.A. (VAM) was an automaker in Mexico. ...

Morocco

LARAKI is an Moroccan manufacturer of racing cars and high-performance sports cars ...

Netherlands

The Anderheggen was a Dutch automobile; the short_lived light 4hp four-seater vis-à-vis was manufactured in Amsterdam from 1901 to 1902. ... DAF is a Dutch automobile company, with its main offices in Eindhoven. ... Donkervoort Automobielen is a producer of sports cars based in Lelystad in The Netherlands. ... The Eysink was a Dutch automobile manufactured from 1903 until 1919. ... Spyker was a Dutch car manufacturer, started in 1880 by coach builders Jacobus and Hendrik-Jan Spijker, but to be able to market the brand better in foreign countries, the ij was changed in 1903 into y. The were originally based in Hilversum but in 1898 moved to Trompenburg, Amsterdam. ...

New Zealand

The Ace Classic is a replica of the AC Cobra sports car. ... The De Joux was a New Zealand kit car maker based in Auckland and active in 1970 and 1971. ...

North Korea

  • Pyeonghwa (2000 - )

Norway

Kewet is an electric vehicle currently manufactured by Kollega Bil in Oslo, Norway. ... Think Nordic is an electric car company located in Aurskog, Norway, manufacturing cars under the Think brand. ... The Troll was a small car made by Troll Plastik & Bilindustri of Lunde, Norway from 1956 to 1958. ...

Pakistan

Adam Motor Company (Adam Motor Co. ... The Al-Ghazi Tractors Limited (AGTL), was incorporated in 1983, Located in Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. ... The Atlas Honda Limited is a joint venture between the Atlas Group and Honda Motor Company, Japan. ... General Motors Corporation, also known as GM, is the worlds largest car manufacturer. ... In 1998, Dewan Mushtaq Group diversified its business activities by entering into the automobile industry. ... The Ghandhara Industries Limited (GIL) is a public limited company quoted on the all Stock Exchanges in Pakistan. ... The Ghandhara Nissan Limited (GNL), was incorporated in 1981 as a Private Limited Company having the sale licensee for the distribution of Nissan vehicles in CBU condition in Pakistan, later in 1992 it was converted in to a Public Company listed in Karachi Stock Exchange. ... BMW AG (an initialism for Bayerische Motoren-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, or in English, Bavarian Motor Works; ISIN: DE0005190003), is an independent German company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles. ... The Ghani Automobile Industries Limited (Formally Ghani Textile Limited) located at 49KM Multan Road, Lahore, Pakistan. ... The Hinopak Motors Limited was formed in 1985 by a diverse group of sponsors. ... The Indus Motor Company Limited (IMC) is a joint venture between the House of Habib , Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan (TMC) , and Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Japan (TTC) for assembling, progressive manufacturing and marketing of Toyota vehicles in Pakistan since July 01, 1990. ... The Millat Tractors Limited (MTL) was established in 1964 to introduce and market Massey Ferguson Tractors in Pakistan. ... Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation company producing a range of automobiles (especially Keicars), a full range of motorcycles, outboard motors, and a variety of other small combustion-powered engine products. ... Kawasaki can refer to: Kawasaki, Kanagawa - a Japanese city located between Tokyo and Yokohama Kawasaki Heavy Industries - a Japanese company producing transport-related equipment including motorcycles Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha - is a Japanese transport company whose main area of operations is international shipping Kawasaki, Fukuoka - a Japanese town in Fukuoka Prefecture... Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is a BMW subsidiary responsible for the manufacture of the Rolls-Royce Phantom. ...

Philippines

  • Amianan
  • Amante
  • Anfra Motors
  • Ardak
  • Francisco Motors Corp.
  • Francis Grace Motors
  • Malagueña Motors
  • Norkis Group
  • Sarao Motors
  • Sakbayan
  • Zafra Motors

Poland

Autosan police bus Autosan H9-21 Autosan A1010M „Medium” Autosan S.A. is Polish automobile-bus producer. ... Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) means in Polish Passenger Car Factory, simply. ... First ScotRail is the brand under which First Group PLC runs its railway franchise to operate all domestic passenger services within Scotland, as well as the cross-border Caledonian Sleeper service to London, England. ... Polski Fiat is an indie rock band based in Boston, Massachusetts named after the automobile of the same name. ... Solaris Trollino 12T Solaris Vacanza Solaris Urbino 12 A Solaris trolleybus in Landskrona Solaris Bus & Coach is a bus, coach and trolleybus producer in Bolechowo, a PoznaÅ„, Poland uptown. ... This article is about the astronomical object. ...

Portugal

Bravia was a Portuguese vehicle manufaturer. ... The Edford was an elegant automobile built in Portugal by Eduardo Ferreirinha in 1938, using Ford mechanicals. ... The Portaro was an all-terrain vehicle manufactured in Portugal by FMAT (Fabrica de Máquinas Agrícolas do Tramagal). ... UMM (União Metalo-Mecânica) is a metal works factory and a former Portuguese automobile manufacturer based in Lisbon. ...

Romania

ARO SA (short for Auto Romania) is an off-road vehicle manufacturer located near the town of Campulung Muscel, Romania. ... Aurel Persu (1890-1977), was a Romanian engineer, and among the first to apply aerodynamics principles to automobiles. ... Dacia (IPA: ) is a Romanian car maker which is a subsidiary of Renault group. ... The introduction of this article does not provide enough context for readers unfamiliar with the subject. ... The initials IMS may refer to: Institute of Materials Science [1], The Institution belongs to the Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) [2], Hanoi, Vietnam If-Modified-Since [3], a HTTP/1. ... Iustin Capra in his Soleta in Bucharest Iustin Capra (born 22 February 1933) is a Romanian engineer. ... Lăstun, also named Dacia 500, was a cost-effective Romanian car for urban transport built in the mid and late 1980s. ... M.R. is a Romanian car model built in 1945 by the Romanian engineer Radu Manicatide. ... A car built in 1945 in Resita, Romania by the factories of the Romanian tycoon Nicolae Malaxa. ... Oltcit logo The Oltcit (IPA: /olt. ... In 1945, the Uzinele BraÅŸov, a factory managed by the Romanian engineer Radu MÇŽdÇŽrascu, manufactured an automobile with a 4-cylinder engine capable of providing 45 BHP and reaching a top speed of 124 km/h. ...

Russia

Gaz is a fictional character from the Nickelodeon cartoon, Invader Zim. ... Volga is a brand name of various passenger cars from GAZ. Throughout the Soviet world, Volga cars were seen as a high status symbols, used by party officials and security services. ... A circa 1960 GAZ Chaika parade car Rear of a 1974 Chaika. ... Pre-serial sample from 1945 GAZ-M20 Pobeda (Russian:ГАЗ-Ðœ20 Победа) is a passenger car produced in the Soviet Union by GAZ from 1946 until 1958. ... GAZ-12 ZIM is a limousine produced at the GAZ from 1950 till 1960. ... IZH (ИЖ) is a weapons manufacturer in Izhevsk, Russia that makes the well known AK-47 Kalashnikov but also have a civilian production of automobiles and motorcycles. ... Kamaz (Камский автомобильный завод - Камаз / Kamskiy avtomobilny zavod - Kama Automobile Zavod - Kamaz or KAMA Heavy-Duty Truck Production Plant) is a Tatar truck manufacturer located in Naberezhnye Chelny, Tatarstan, Russian Federation. ... KAvZ (Kurganskiy Avtobusny Zavod) started producing buses in 1950. ... Kraz (Kremenchugsky Avtomobilny Zavod) produces trucks in Kremenchuk, Ukraine. ... LiAZ (Russian: /Likinskij Avtobusnyj Zavod, Likino Bus Factory) - is a Russian bus manufacturing factory located in Likino, Russia. ... AZLK (АЗЛК in Russian) is a Russian automobile factory (Moscow), the maker of the Moskvitch brand. ... Moskvitch (Russian: Москвич) (sometimes also mentioned as Moskvich or Moskwitch, which means Muscovite) is an automobile brand from Russia. ... Pavlovsky Avtobusny Zavod is a manufacturer of buses in Russia, located in the city of Pavlovo, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast. ... 1967 SZA-M The green car to the left is a SZD. The blue car in the middle is a SZA. Oka SeAZ (Serpukhovsky Avtomobilny Zavod) is a large engineering plant in Moscow region. ... UAZ (УАЗ), Ulyanovsky Avtomobilny Zavod is an automobile manufacturer based in Ulyanovsk, Russia which makes SUVs, buses and trucks. ... This page is about a car manufacturer. ... Lada logo Lada is the trademark of AutoVAZ, a Russian car manufacturer. ... VAZ-21122 VAZ-21093 VAZ-21073 VAZ-2103 AvtoVAZ (АвтоВАЗ in Russian) is a Russian automobile manufacturer, also known as VAZ, Volzhsky Automobilny Zavod (ВАЗ, Во́лжский автомоби́льный заво́д ), and better known to the world as Lada was set up in the late 1960s in collaboration with Fiat. ... Zavod Imeni Likhocheva (ЗиЛ, ZIL, Russian: Likhachov Factory) was an automobile factory, which manufactured armored cars for most Soviet leaders, as well as trucks, buses and tanks. ...

Serbia

Zastava is a Serbian industrial conglomerate based in the city of Kragujevac, 86 miles (138 km) southeast of Belgrade. ... The Zastava Koral / Yugo 45 and family are vehicles produced by the Zastava corporation, both for local use in the production country of Serbia and for export around the world. ... Zastava Trucks (Kamioni on serbian) is a Serbian trucks manufacturer based in the city of Kragujevac. ... FAP (Serbian: Fabrika automobila Priboj) is a motor vehicle manufacturer based in Priboj, Serbia. ... After eight years of successful cooperation in 1977 iron foundry from Kikinda and Opel/GM signs contract about joint venture and long-term cooperation in manufacturing valid for 15 years. ...

Slovenia

Industrija motornih vozil (Slovene Industry of motor vehicles; TLA IMV) was a car manufacturer based in Novo Mesto, Slovenia. ... TAM (Tovarna avtomobilov Maribor) (Slovenian Maribor car factory) was a Slovenia commercial vehichle manufacturer based in Maribor. ... TVM (Tovarna Vozil Maribor) is a Slovenian vehichle manufacturer based in Maribor. ...

South Korea

Asia Motors Co. ... 1965 (MCMLXV) was a common year starting on Friday (the link is to a full 1965 calendar). ... 1999 (MCMXCIX) was a common year starting on Friday, and was designated the International Year of Older Persons by the United Nations. ... Kia Motors Company (hangul: 기아자동차) is a South Korean automobile manufacturer with headquarters in Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea. ... 1999 (MCMXCIX) was a common year starting on Friday, and was designated the International Year of Older Persons by the United Nations. ... The Daewoo Bus is makes large buses. ... GM Daewoo Motors logo GM Daewoo Auto & Technology (GM Daewoo or GMDAT) was first established as National Motor in 1937 in Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, South Korea. ... The Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) (KSE: 005380, LSE: HYUD), a division of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, is South Koreas largest car maker. ... Kia Motors Company (hangul: 기아자동차) is a South Korean automobile manufacturer with headquarters in Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea. ... Proto Motors is a South Korean sports car manufacturer and refitter. ... Renault Samsung Motors (Korean: 르노삼성 자동차) is a South Korean car maker. ... SsangYong Motor Company KSE: 003620 is the fourth largest South Korean automobile manufacturer. ... Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle (TDCV) is the 2nd largest heavy commercial vehicle manufacturer in South Korea, owned by Indias largest commercial vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors. ...

Spain

The Abadal was a Spanish car manufactured between 1912 and 1923. ... Anglada was a Spanish automobile manufactured in Puerto de Santa María in Cádiz, Andalucia from 1902 to 1905. ... Barreiros, is a municipality in the Spanish province of Lugo. ... Biscúter was a microcar manufactured in Spain during the mid_20th century. ... David Torpedo 2 S David was a Spanish company manufacturing cars. ... Hispano-Suiza is a French engineering firm best known for their engine and weapon designs in the pre-World War II period, work that developed out of their earliest work in luxury automobile design. ... Classical Pegaso logo Pegaso Diesel road train Pegaso Z-206 handbook cover page (1957) c. ... An old SEAT 600 SEAT is a Volkswagen subsidiary and one of the leading car makers in Spain. ... Weather The Tramontana is a northeasterly or northerly winter wind off the west coast of Italy. ... Uro VAMTAC military ambulance Uro military truck and trailer Uro rural firefighting truck in North Spain Uro is a Spanish brand of all-wheel-drive and military trucks, based in Santiago de Compostela. ...

Sweden

Allvelo (Allmänna Velocipedförsäljnings AB) was a company founded by Fritiof Karlström in Landskrona. ... AB Motorfabriken i Göteborg (AMG) was founded in 1897 in Gothenburg and produced stationary engines. ... AB Nyköpings Automobilfabrik (ANA) founded in 1937 was an automobile manufacturer in Nyköping that assembled trucks from Chrysler, De Soto, Plymouth, Fargo and later also Škoda and Standard and from the mid 1950s also Simca. ... Arlöfs Waggonfabrik was a mechanical workshop earlier known as Rössels mekaniska verkstad that maid railway cars. ... ... Dala7 is a taller and wider Lotus 7 inspired design using Volvo parts. ... ERL can stands for: Encarta Error Recovery Level ... GEA (Gustaf Ericssons Automobilfabrik) was a swedish automobile manufacturer founded by Gustaf Ericsson (son of Lars Magnus Ericsson) in 1904 in Stockholm. ... Esther is a Lotus 7 type car made in Ugglerum, Sweden. ... HB (taken from the initials of the designer Helmer Berglund) was a car med in two or three copies at Berglunds mekaniska verkstad about 1925. ... Husqvarna is a manufacturer of power lawn equipment, sewing machines and formely mopeds. ... Jösse Car is a sports car producer located in Arvika, Sweden. ... Koenigsegg Logo Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a Swedish manufacturer of high-performance cars based initially in Olofström, later moving to Margretetorp, just outside Ängelholm. ... LMV (Lidköping Mekaniska Verkstad) was a mechanical workshop in Lidköping, Sweden. ... LT, L.T., Lt, or lt may refer to: less than LT, Lithuania (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code and license plate code) lt, Lithuanian language (ISO 639 alpha-2) Lieutenant Lorentz transformation AutoCAD LT, a CAD application from Autodesk the IATA airline designator for LTU International airlines LT... Mascot was a car made by AB Rååverken in Helsingborg around 1920. ... Harry Edward Nilsson III (June 15, 1941 - January 15, 1994) was an American songwriter, singer, pianist and guitarist, most popular during the 1960s and 1970s. ... OBC (sometimes called BCS) or Ottmar Beckman Cars AB was a car manufacturer in Mantorp, Sweden. ... Racing Plast Burträsk (RPB) was a swedish company in Burträsk that made racing cars and kit cars. ... Rengsjöbilen (the Rengsjö car), Jonsson or just Bilen (the car) was the names given to a series of ten cars made by sawmill owner Anders Jonsson in Rengsjö, Hälsingland between 1914 and 1916. ... REVA is an Indian electric car intended for use as a City car. ... S.A.M. can stand for Software Automatic Mouth Steffansson Automotive Also see: SAM ... Saab Automobile AB is a subsidiary of General Motors. ... A vintage Scania truck (L80 successor to the Scania-Vabis L56) Scania AB is a leading European manufacturer of heavy trucks (British English: lorries), buses, and diesel engines, based in Södertälje, Sweden. ... Self was a series of three cyclecars built by the brothers Per and Hugo Wiertz in Svedala in 1916, 1919 and 1922. ... Solon Solon (Greek: , ca. ... Svenska Automobilfabriken (SAF) was founded in Bollnäs in in December 1919. ... Söderbloms Gjuteri & Mekaniska Verkstad (Swedish for Söderbloms foundry and mechanical workshop) was founded in 1877 in Eskilstuna. ... Södertelje Verkstäder was a swedish company in Södertälje that made railway cars and draisins. ... AB Thulinverken was a company in Landskrona, Sweden, founded in 1914 as Enoch Thulins Aeroplanfabrik by the airman and aircraft technician Enoch Thulin. ... Tidaholms Bruk (the Tidaholm works) was founded sometimes during the Middle Ages and during time it merged with several smaller industries into woodworking and the making of carts. ... Tjorven is the name of a delivery van based on DAF 44 made in Sweden by Kalmar Mekaniska Verkstad between 1969 and 1971. ... Kalmar Mekaniska Verkstad (KMV) was a swedish automobil manufacturer that made the Tjorven and Terminal. ... Vabis was a Swedish car and truck manufacturer, founded in 1891 as Vagnfabriks Aktiebolaget i Södertälje to produce railway cars. ... Volvo Cars is the premium car maker using the brand Volvo. ...

Sri Lanka

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Switzerland

The Ajax was a Swiss automobile built from 1906 to 1910. ... The Albar is a Swiss car, built since 1987. ... Monteverdi was a Swiss brand of luxury cars created in 1967 by Peter Monteverdi. ... ... Rinspeed is a Swiss automobile manufacturer and tuning designer. ... Sbarro is a small Swiss high performance replica and sports car company founded by Franco Sbarro in 1971. ... Turicum was a Swiss automobile manufactured between 1904 and 1912 in Zürich, later in Uster. ...

Syria

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Taiwan

China Motor Corporation (CMC) is a manufacturer of automobiles in Taiwan. ... Ford Lio Ho is an automaker based in Taiwan. ... Yulon (裕隆) is an automaker in Taiwan, founded as a machinery company in 1953. ...

Thailand

Company name: Thai Rung Union Car Public Co. ...

Turkey

Hyundai is a South Korean group of companies founded by Chung Joo-young in 1947 as a construction company and was once South Koreas biggest conglomerate company (Jaebul). ... BMC is one of the largest commercial vehicle manufacturers in Turkey. ... Devrim was the first ever automobile designed and produced in Turkey. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Karsan is a Turkish light commerical vehicles manufacturer. ... Otosan stands for Otomobil Sanayi which is Turkish and means Automobile Industry ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... OYAK owns 51% and Renault S.A. owns 49% of . ... TEMSA is a manufacturer of coaches, buses and light trucks and is loacated in Adana, Turkey. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Fiat Grande Punto Fiat Group, or Fiat S.p. ... This article is about the multinational corporation. ... MAN co-operated with the Turkish company Ercanlar. ... MAN AG (formerly called Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg AG, ISIN: DE0005937007) is a German transportation company. ...

Ukraine

LAZ-695E (1964) Lvivsky avtomobilny zavod (Львівський автомобільний завод) also known under the Soviet name Lvovskiy Avtobusnyi Zavod is a bus factory in... LuAZ (ЛуАЗ, ukr. ... ZAZ or Zaporizhia Automobile Building Plant (Ukrainian: ЗАЗ, Запорізький автомобілебудівельний завод) is the main automobile-manufacturer of Ukraine, based in the south-eastern city of Zaporizhzhya. ... AvtoZAZ (Russian: АвтоЗАЗ) started in 1975 as Industrial Assosiation (производственное объединение), а holding that incorporated ZAZ, MeMZ, Ilyichyevsk Automobile Parts Plant (Ukrainian: Іллічівський завод автоагрегатів) and a number of other automobile-production facilities in Lutzk (LuAZ) and Kherson. ...

United Kingdom

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The ABC was an English car manufactured between 1920 and 1929 by ABC Motors. ... The Abbey was a short-lived friction-drive car assembled with a 10. ... The Aberdonia was an English car manufactured in Park Royal, London from 1911 to 1915. ... The Abingdon, built in 1902 and 1903, was an English automobile. ... The Abingdon was an English assembled car built in small numbers in 1922 and 1923. ... The Academy was an English dual-control 14 hp (10 kW) model car built by West of Coventry between 1906 and 1908. ... AC Cars Group Ltd. ... The Ace was an English car that was only built in 1913. ... The Accles-Turrell was an English automobile built between 1899 and 1902. ... The Achilles was an English shaft-drive voiturette of 8 or 9 hp (6 or 7 kW). ... The Adams was an English automobile manufactured in Bedford between 1905 and 1914. ... The Adamson was an English car manufactured from 1914 to 1925. ... Billed as the Mercedes of the tri-car world, the Addison was an English automobile built in Liverpool in 1906. ... The Advance was an English tricar producing 6 hp (4. ... The Aero Car was an English 5/7 hp (533 W) flat twin_engine cyclecar manufactured from 1919 to 1920. ... The Aeroford was an English automobile manufactured from 1920 to 1925. ... The Airedale was an English automobile, successor to the Tiny; it was a 14 hp (10 kW) Dorman-engined car, built between 1919 and 1925. ... The AGR was an English automobile built by Ariel & General Repairs of Brixton between 1911 and 1915. ... AJS was the name used for cars and motorcycles made by the Wolverhampton, England company A. J. Stevens Ltd. ... The Albany is an English automobile, manufactured since 1971. ... The Albatros was a drunken English automobile manufactured in Croft Road,Coventry and founded in 1922 by H.T.W.J.E.R.F.HHH. Manwaring. ... The Alberford was an English car manufactured in 1922. ... The Albert was an English automobile manufactured in Vauxhall between 1920 and 1924. ... Albion motors Logo Front of a 1966 albion cheiftain unit Front of an earlier model Albion Motors of Scotstoun, Glasgow was a Scottish automobile manufacturer, later it concentrated on building commercial vehicles. ... The Allard Motor Company was an English car manufacturer founded in 1936 by Sydney Allard. ... The Allard was an English automobile manufactured by Allard & Co. ... The All-British was a Scottish automobile built at Bridgeton, Glasgow from 1906 to 1908. ... The oddly-named Alldays & Onions was an English automobile that was manufactured from 1898 to 1918. ... The Allwyn, or Allwin (sources show differing spellings) was a British cyclecar manufactured by Allwyn Cyclecars in Bournemouth, Hampshire in 1920. ... Created by Geoffrey Taylor in 1931, the Alta was an English automobile manufactured until 1954. ... UR ADOPTED!! AND I DID YA MUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... Alvis Silver Eagle mascot (late version). ... The Amazon was a cyclecar produced by Amazon Cars Ltdin London, England from 1921 to 1922. ... See also American Motors (AMC) The AMC was a short-lived English steam car, manufactured in London in 1910. ... The André was a lightweight English two-seater sports car manufactured from 1933 to 1934 in London W11, by T B André who were better known for making shock absorbers. ... The Anglian was an English tricar manufactured in Beccles, Suffolk from 1905 to 1907. ... The Anglo-American was an English motor tricycle produced by a York company from 1899 to 1900. ... The Anglo-French was an English automobile manufactred by Leon lHolliers Anglo-French Motor Carriage Company of Birmingham from 1896 to 1897; the cars were basically Roger-Benz vehicles modified for the British market. ... The Angus-Sanderson was an English automobile manufactured fom 1919 to 1927. ... The Apollo was an English automobile produced for personal use by one Allen Pearce between 1971 and 1972. ... The Arab was an English automobile designed by Reid Railton and manufactured between 1926 and 1928. ... The Ardee was a short-lived English automobile manufactured in 1904; the 6hp two-speeded vehicle was advertised as having a slow-running engine. Categories: Automobile stubs | Vintage vehicles ... The Archer was a British cyclecar designed by M Archer and made in 1920. ... The Arden was an English automobile manufactured from 1912 to 1916. ... The Ariel was an English automobile manufactured in Birmingham from 1900 to 1915, and again from 1922 to 1925. ... The Argyll was Scottish automobile manufactured from 1899 to 1932. ... The Argyll was Scottish automobile manufactured from 1899 to 1932. ... The Arkley was an English automobile, manufactured by John Britten Garages workshops at Arkley in the London Borough of Barnet. ... The Armadale was an English automobile manufactured from 1906 to 1907 by Toboggan Motors of London. ... The Armstrong was an English automobile manufactured from 1902 to 1904; claimed to be the best hill-climber extant, the car featured an 8hp International engine. ... The Armstrong-Siddeley automobiles (and later aircraft engines) were an English marque manufactured from 1919 (after the company was formed in 1917 by a merger between two Coventry_based companies, Armstrong-Whitworth and Siddeley-Deasy) to 1960. ... Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd was a major British manufacturing company of the early years of the 20th century. ... The Arno was an English automobile manufactured in Coventry only in 1908; the car, which featured a 25hp White & Poppe engine and shaft drive, was introduced at that years Stanley Show. ... The Arnold was an English automobile manufactured by Arnolds of East Peckham, Kent, in 1896. ... Arrol-Johnston (later known as the Arrol-Aster) was a Scottish automobile manufactured from 1896 to 1931. ... The Arsenal was an English automobile maufactured at St Albans, Hertfordshire from 1898 to 1899. ... The 1904 Ascot was an English automobile manufactured for one year only; its 3½hp engine was equipped with a patented method for mechanically_controlling valves, doing away with useless pinions and calves. ... The Ascot was an English automobile, the brainchild of Cyril Pullin (who also produced Ascot_Pullin motorcycles at the same time), that was manufactured between 1928 and 1930. ... Ascari Cars is a company which makes cars. ... The Ashley was an English automobile manufacturer from 1954 to 1962. ... The Ashton-Evans was an English automobile manufactured in Birmingham from 1919 to 1928. ... The Asquith was a short-lived English automobile manufactured by a Halifax machine tool works from 1901 to 1902. ... The Asquith is an English automobile built since 1981 by an Essex_based firm founded to build Retro-style delivery vans on the Ford Transit chassis; in 1991 the company announced production of a 1930s-style taxi cab on a purpose-built chassis. ... Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a manufacturer of luxury performance cars, whose headquarters are at Gaydon, Warwickshire, England. ... The Atalanta was an English automobile manufactured in Staines from 1915 to 1916. ... The Atalanta was an English automobile manufactured from 1937 until 1939. ... Athmac This short-lived cyclecar was manufactured by Athmac Motor Company of Leyton, Essex in 1913. ... The Aster was an English automobile manufactured from 1922 to 1930. ... The Atomette was a British three wheeled cyclecar manufactured by Allan Thomas in Cleveland Street, Wolverhampton in 1922. ... The Attila was an English automobile produced from 1903 to 1906; the car, which was the creation of the Hunslet Engine Company of Leeds, was a three-cylinder 20hp craft. ... The Austin Motor Company was a British manufacturer of automobiles that rose to be a major motorcar brand, the dominant partner after merger with Morris in 1952 but declining after absorption into the British Leyland Motor Corporation, and its subsequent troubles. ... Austin Sean Healey (born 26th October, 1973 in Wallasey) is a rugby union footballer, who plays as a utility back for Leicester Tigers, and has represented England and the British Lions. ... Automotive Design and Development Ltd (ADD) was an English company that was responsible for the creation of the futuristic-looking Nova. ... The Autotrix was a British three wheeled cyclecar manufactured by Edmunds and Wadden in Weybridge, Surrey between 1911 and 1914. ... Autovia was a short lived brand of British car made in Coventry between 1937 and 1938. ... The AV was a British cyclecar manufactured by Ward and Avey in Somerset Road, Teddington Middlesex between 1919 and 1924. ... The Batten was a British car made in Beckenham, Kent between 1935 and 1938 based on the 1932 Ford Model 18 V-8. ... Bean Cars were made in factories in Dudley and Tipton, Staffordshire, England between 1919 and 1929. ... Established in 1901, Belsize Motors was based in Clayton, Manchester, England. ... There were two manufacturers of British Berkeley cars. ... Bond Cars Ltd British motor maker. ... BMC rosette logo old BMC share A preserved BMC ambulance. ... Brabham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Bristol Cars is a manufacturer of hand-built luxury cars, based at Filton, near Bristol, England. ... The British Leyland Motor Corporation (often abbreviated to simply BL), was a Britain in 1968. ... 1935 British Salmson 12/70 S4C British Salmson was established in 1930 in Raynes Park, London to make engines for light aircraft. ... The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) was a British manufacturer of vehicles, firearms, and military equipment, and still exists as an airgun sport manufacturer and distributor. ... Calthorpe cars were made in Bordesley Green, Birmingham, England from 1904 to 1932. ... Caterham Cars is a manufacturer of specialist lightweight sports cars based in Caterham, Surrey, England and part of the British motor industry. ... The Clan Crusader was a fibreglass monocoque British sports car using a rear mounted 875cc Hillman Imp Sport engine. ... Developing from a Motor Cycle manufacturer, the Clyno Engineering Company (1922) Ltd became the surprise success of British car manufacturing in the 1920s. ... Coventry-Victor Morton & Weaver, a proprietary engine manufacturer in Hillfields, Coventry, used the name Coventry-Victor as a trademark from 1911. ... Concept Centaur GT was a kit car built by Concept Cars Ltd from 1973 and was sold between 1974 and 1977. ... Crossley Motors, based in Manchester, England, produced approximately 19,000 high quality cars from 1904 until 1938, 5,500 buses from 1926 until 1958 and 21,000 goods and military vehicles from 1914 to 1945. ... Crouch Cars of Cook Street, Coventry, England was founded in 1912 and made cars until 1928. ... Daimler has, since 1896, been the motor car marque of the British Daimler Motor Company, based in Coventry. ... Dawson Car Company was created in June 1918 by AJ Dawson, previously works manager at Hillman. ... Dellow cars were made in factories at Alvechurch, Birmingham, England between 1949 and 1959. ... The De Lorean Motor Company (DMC) was a short-lived automobile manufacturer formed by automobile industry executive John De Lorean in 1975. ... Elva was a sports car manufacturer in the United Kingdom. ... The Evante is an English automobile which began production in 1987 in Spalding, Lincolnshire. ... Excelsior Motor Company Ltd. ...

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Fairthorpe cars were made in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, England between 1954 and 1976. ... Arash Farboud is an entrepeneur. ... 1933 Ford Model Y 1953 Ford Anglia E494A 1960 Ford Anglia 100E Ford Zephyr Six 1966 Ford Anglia 105E in Wales 1966 Ford Cortina Mk I in GT trim, with Lotus Cortina-like side stripe 1967 Ford Anglia 105E Ford of Britain Limited was the manufacturing and sales arm of... Frazer was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Gilbern cars were made in Llantwit Major, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales between 1959 and 1973. ... The Ginetta logo (1990) 1967 Ginetta G15 1990 Ginetta G32 1990 Ginetta G33 1996 Ginetta G27 series 3 2005 Ginetta G20 1997 Ginetta G4R 2006 Ginetta G12 by DARE Ginetta Cars was founded in 1958 by the four Walklett brothers (Bob, Ivor, Trevers and Douglas) in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England. ... The GN was a British cyclecar made in Hendon, North London, between 1910 and 1920, then moving to Wandsworth, London. ... Gordon-Keeble was a British make of cars made first in Slough, then Eastleigh, Hampshire and finally in Southampton, England between 1963 and 1967. ... The Grinnall Specialist Cars Ltd. ... The GWK was a British car made in Maidenhead, Berkshire, between 1911 and 1931. ... The Healey Motor Company is a British car company. ... 1961 Hillman Minx Hillman is also a suburb of Perth, Western Australia Hillman was a marque of automobile built in Coventry, England from 1907 to 1976. ... 1961 Hillman Minx Hillman is also a suburb of Perth, Western Australia Hillman was a marque of automobile built in Coventry, England from 1907 to 1976. ... This article is about the automobile brand. ... 1926 Humber 9/20 tourer Humber Humber was a British automobile marque which could date its beginnings to Thomas Humbers bicycle company founded in 1868. ... Imperial was the name used for three separate makes of British car. ... Invicta cars were made in Cobham, Surrey, England from 1925 to 1933, then in Chelsea, London, England from 1933 to 1938 and finally in Virginia Water, Surrey, England from 1946 to 1950. ... Jaguar Cars Limited is a British luxury car manufacturer, with headquarters in Browns Lane, Coventry, England. ... James & Browne were automobile manufacturers, based in Hammersmith, London between 1898 and 1910. ... 1938 Jensen 3. ... Jowett was a car marque from Bradford, England from 1906 to 1954. ... Kieft Cars founded by Cyril Kieft was a British car company that built Formula 3 racing cars and some road going sports cars in a factory in Wolverhampton. ... 1937 Lagonda LG45R Rapide Lagonda, the British car maker, was founded in 1906 in Staines, Middlesex by the American Wilbur Gunn. ... The Lambert was a British 3 wheeled cyclecar made between 1911 and 1912 by Lamberts Carriage, Cycle and Motor Works of Thetford, Norfolk. ... Lammas Limited was a manufacturer of motor cars from 1936 to 1938 based in Sunbury-on-Thames, UK. Their cars were built on a chassis bought in from Graham in the United States, the cars being known as Lammas-Graham. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Land Rover was the name of one of the first British civilian all-terrain utility vehicles, first produced by Rover in 1947. ... Lea-Francis was a motor manufacturing company that began life building bicycles. ... Lee Stroyer was a British petrol engine manufacturing company and a producer of a limited number of cars. ... Lister Cars was a manufacturer of sports cars in the United Kingdom. ... Canadian built example using running gear, engine, transmission, diff and brakes from Toyota Corolla GTS Twincam, uprights from a Hyundai Stellar and steering rack from MG B. The Locost is a low cost (hence the name) Lotus Seven look-alike described in the book Build your own sports car for... Lotus Cars is a British manufacturer of sports cars and racing cars based in Hethel, Norfolk, formed as Lotus Engineering Ltd. ... Lloyd cars was a British motor manufacturer, founded by Richard Lloyd, based in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England between 1936 and 1951. ...

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Marauder Cars founded by Rover engineers George Mackie, and Peter Wilks was a British car company that built a sports car at premises initially in Dorridge, West Midlands and later in Kenilworth, Warwickshire between 1950 and 1952. ... 1971 Marcos Mantis Marcos is a British sports car manufacturer. ... Marendaz Cars were made in London, England from 1926 to 1932 and in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England from 1932 to 1936. ... McLaren logo from the sill plate of a McLaren F1 McLaren Cars (since renamed McLaren Automotive) is an automaker founded in 1990 with the object of producing road cars based on Formula One technology. ... Metrocab was a British manufacturer of taxicabs latterly based in Tamworth. ... MG is a British marque that has produced sports cars since 1924, although none have been made since MG Rover went bankrupt in the spring of 2005. ... For the new MINI, see MINI (BMW). ... For the new MINI, see MINI (BMW). ... 1934 Morgan Super Sports 1936 Morgan F4 Open Tourer 1960 Morgan A Modern Morgan Aero 8 at the Scarsdale Concours Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Morgan vehicles The Morgan Motor Company is a British automobile manufacturer. ... Morris Motor logo, from a UK Royal Mail van 1927 Morris Cowley 1928 Morris Minor Saloon 1946 Morris Ten Series M 1953 Morris Minor Series 2 1971 Morris 1000 Traveller The Morris Motor Company was a former British car manufacturing company. ... Categories: Automobile stubs | Automobiles | Automobile manufacturers | Sports cars | Mid-engined vehicles | Rear wheel drive vehicles ... The company was formed by David Ogle in 1954. ... Panther Panther was founded in 1972 by Robert Jankel and began by making pastiches of bygone classics. ... Paramount Cars was a British car initially manufactured in Swadlincote, Derbyshire between 1950 and 1956. ... The prototype of this British built sports saloon was initially named Warwick, and designed by Bernie Rodger for company founders John Gordon and James Byrnes. ... Peel Engineering Company was a manufacturing company based on the Isle of Man. ... Piper Cars was a United Kingdom manufacturer of specialist sports cars (an associate company of a camshaft and engine tuning parts manufacturer of the same name). ... Railton was a British car maker based in Cobham, Surrey between 1933 and 1940. ... The Land Rover Range Rover is a four-wheel drive / luxury SUV produced by Ford owned Land Rover, and first introduced in 1970. ... Land Rover was the name of one of the first British civilian all-terrain utility vehicles, first produced by Rover in 1947. ... 1988 Reliant Scimitar SSI 1300 Reliant is a car manufacturer in England. ... 1965 Riley 1. ... The Rochdale Olympic was a glass fibre monocoque British sports car made by Rochdale Motor Panels and Engineering in Rochdale, England beween 1957 and 1973. ... The Rodley was a British microcar designed by Henry Brown and built by the Rodley Automobile Company in Leeds between 1954 and 1956. ... Rolls-Royce Motors was created from the demerger of the Rolls-Royce car business from Rolls-Royce Limited in 1973. ... Rover was a British automobile manufacturer and later a marque based at the Longbridge plant in Birmingham. ... The Russon was a British microcar with a sporting appearance and built by Russon Cars Ltd in Eaton Bray, Stanbridge, Bedfordshire between 1951 and 1952. ... The Rytecraft Scootacar was a British microcar built by the British Motorboat Manufacturing Company in London between 1934 and 1940. ...

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Siddeley-Deasy (Deasy Motor Company before 1912) was a British automobile company based in Coventry in the early 20th century. ... Singer was an automobile marque used by the Rootes Group of the United Kingdom. ... 1927 Standard Nine Selby Tourer 1933 Standard Ten. ... The Star Motor Company was a British car and commercial vehicle maker based in Wolverhampton and active from 1898 to 1932. ... The Sterling motor car was a US brand produced by the Rover company of the UK. It was sold from 1987 to 1991. ... This article needs to be wikified. ... Sunbeam was a marque registered by John Marston Co. ... The SS badge] SS Cars Ltd was a British car maker. ... Swallow Doretti made a 2 seater sports car based on the Triumph TR2 at a factory in Walsall, England between 1954 and 1955. ... The Swift Motor Company made Swift Cars in Coventry, England from 1900 to 1931. ... Talbot is an automobile brand, whose history is one of the industrys most complex. ... Tiny was a British cyclecar manufactured by Norman, Barker & Co at Elsholt, Yorkshire before the World War I. After the war, the same company produced cars under Airedale brand. ... Tornado Cars was founded in 1957 by Bill Woodhouse and based in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England. ... Trident Cars Ltd was a British car manufacturer based in Woodbridge, Suffolk between 1965 and 1974 and after being restarted in 1976 from premises in Ipswich. ... Triumph Logo (1978 version) 1934 Triumph Gloria Six 1937 Triumph Dolomite Roadster 1974 Triumph GT6 Coupé The Triumph Motor Company had its origins in 1885 when Siegfried Bettmann (1863-1951) and Moritz (Maurice) Schulte founded Bettmann & Co and started selling Triumph bicycles, from premises in London and from 1889 started... Trojan was an automobile manufacturer and a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... The first Turner models were produced in 1954 by a company established by Jack Turner near Wolverhampton, England. ... TVRs logo TVR 280i TVR S series 1986 TVR 350i 1986 TVR Chimaera TVR Cerbera TVR Sagaris TVR is an independent manufacturer of sports cars in the city of Blackpool, in Lancashire England. ... Ultima Sports Ltd. ... The Unipower was a British specialist sports car first shown at the January 1966 Racing Car Show, and produced until the company closed in early 1970, by which time around 75 are believed to have been made. ... Vanden Plas is the name of a company of coachbuilders for specialist and up-market automobile manufacturers. ... Westfield Sportscars are manufacturers of both factory built and kit versions of several two-seater, open top sportscars. ... Willys Overland Crossley was a company jointly owned by Crossley Motors and Willys-Overland. ... Wolseley can mean: Wolseley plc, A British company formerly known for car manufacture, now active in other areas Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Canada Wolseley, a provincial electoral district in Manitoba, Canada Wolseley, South Africa, a town in the Western Cape Province of South Africa This is a disambiguation page — a navigational...

United States

There were over 1800 automobile manufacturers in the United States from 1896 to 1930. Very few survived and only a few new ones were started after that period.


Major current US automakers

With their various brand-names, many of which earlier had been independent companies:

DaimlerChrysler AG (ISIN: DE0007100000) headquartered in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA and Japan is a prominent automobile and truck manufacturer and financial services provider (through DaimlerChrysler Financial Services). ... City Center seen from Weinsteige Road Stuttgart Palace Square - New Palace Solitude Palace The 1956 TV Tower U.S. Army Kelley Barracks Stuttgart [], located in southern Germany, is the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg with a population of 591,528 (as of April 2006) in the city... Auburn Hills is a city in Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. ... Jeep is an automobile marque (and registered trademark) of DaimlerChrysler. ... The Chrysler Corporation was a United States-based automobile manufacturer that existed independently from 1925–1998. ... 1917 Dodge Brothers Touring car. ... General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), also known as GM, is an American automobile maker with worldwide operations and brands including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Holden, Hummer, Opel, Pontiac, Saturn, Saab and Vauxhall. ... AM General is a heavy vehicle manufacturer based in South Bend, Indiana and best known for the civilian Hummer and military Humm-Vee. ... Buick is a brand of automobile built in the United States, Canada, and China by General Motors Corporation. ... Cadillac is a brand of luxury automobile, part of the General Motors corporation, produced and mostly sold in the USA; outside of North America, they have been less successful. ... Chevrolet (IPA: ʃɛv. ... GMC Logo GMC Truck is a United States based brand name of premium trucks, vans, SUVs and other heavy-duty automobiles. ... Hummer is a brand of sport utility vehicles (SUVs) sold by General Motors, also known as GM. They are based on the military High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or Humvee. ... This article concerns the automobile; for the Native American leader, see Chief Pontiac, for other uses see the disambiguation page. ... Saturn, founded by General Motors Corporation on January 7, 1985 as a wholly-owned subsidiary, is a brand of automobiles marketed in the United States and Canada. ... Saab is a line of automobiles manufactured by Saab Automobile AB, currently a subsidiary of the General Motors Corporation, which began production in 1949. ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... Lincoln is an American luxury automobile brand, operated under the Ford Motor Company. ... Mercury is an automobile marque of the Ford Motor Company founded in 1939 to market near-luxury cars slotted between entry-level Ford and luxury Lincoln models, similar to General Motors Buick (and former Oldsmobile) brand and DaimlerChryslers Chrysler brand. ...

Current minor car manufacturers

This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Panoz G-Force The Panoz Motor Sports Group is an entity made up of the many motorsports holdings of Don Panoz. ... Phoenix Motorcars is a California-based company that focuses on developing electric vehicles. ... Saleen, Incorporated, commonly known as Saleen, is an American manufacturer of high performance sports cars and high performance automotive parts based in Irvine, California. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...

US automakers

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The Abbott-Detroit was an American luxury automobile manufactured between 1909 and 1919. ... The ABC was an American automobile built in St. ... The Able was an American car produced in Mount Vernon, New York between 1917 and 1919. ... A Car Without A Name was an automobile built in 1909 by a company that identified, in advertisments itself only as The address had previous been the location where the Reliable-Dayton automobile had been built. ... The Ace was an American assembled car which emphasized square coachwork lines. ... The Acme was a Reading, Pennsylvania-built chain-driven touring car. ... AC Propulsion is a San Dimas, California company founded in 1992 by Alan Cocconi who is currently the companys CEO. They produce goods such as electric vehicle drive systems and their top of the line electric sports car, the AC Propulsion TZero. ... Adams-Farwell was a local American automobile manufacturer from Dubuque, Iowa, founded by Herbert and Eugene Adams and Fay Oliver Farwell at the end of the 19th century. ... The Adelphia was an American automobile that was planned for export and equipped with right-hand drive. ... The Adria was an American assembled car that was promoted (though not actually mass-produced; prototypes were built, but that was as far as the project went) from 1921 to 1922. ... The Aerocar was an American automobile built from 1905 to 1908. ... The Airphibian was an American automobile/airplane manufactured in 1946. ... The Airway was an American minicar with two seats, made by T. P. Hall between 1949 and 1950. ... Also see Ajax (1906 automobile) Swiss, Ajax (1913 automobile) French, Ajax (1921 automobile) an independent American car. ... The Aland was an advanced (for the day) 2. ... The Albany Runabout was a short-lived American automobile, a high-wheeler built in Albany, Indiana from 1907 to 1908. ... The Albatross was an American sports car venture that was planned in 1939, but that never got off the ground. ... The Alena Steam Car was an American car planned for manufacture in 1922 by a company that mainly built commercial vehicles and tractors. ... The Alpena was an American automobile manufactured between 1910 and 1914. ... The Alsace was an American automobile manufactured by Piedmont between 1920 and 1921. ... Alco and ALCO redirect here. ... The Allen Kingston was an American automobile manufactured by the New York Car & Truck Company for motor agent Walter C. Allen of New York City. ... The Allen was an American automobile, built at Forstoria, Ohio between 1913 and 1921. ... The Allen was a short-lived American automobile manufactured in Philadelphia from 1913 to 1914. ... 1953 Allstate advertising image. ... The Alter, an American automobile, was a four-cylinder produced from 1914 to 1917 in Plymouth, Michigan. ... The Altham was an American automobile manufactured in Fall River, Massachusetts from 1896 to 1899. ... The Altman was an early automobile produced in 1901 in Cleveland, Ohio by Henry J. Altman. ... The Aluminum was an American automobile built by the Aluminum Manufacturers, Inc. ... The Amco was an American automobile manufactured primarily for the export market, built by the of New York City. ... Ambassador automobile may refer to several automobiles: AMC Ambassador Austin Ambassador Hindustan Ambassador Nash Ambassador Yellow Cab Ambassador This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The American was an American automobile manufactured by the American Automobile Company of New York City in 1899. ... The American was a wheel-steered gas buggy manufactured in Cleveland from 1902 to 1903. ... The American was an American automobile, built in Plainfield, New Jersey, manufactured from 1916 to 1924. ... The American Austin was a United States version of the Austin Seven automobile manufactured by the American Austin Car Company from 1930 to 1937. ... American Bantam was the name given cars produced in Butler, Pennsylvania following the failure of the American Austin Car Company. ... The American Chocolate was an American assembled car manufactured by a noted vending machine company from 1903 to 1906. ... 1901 De Dion-Bouton In 1883, Count Albert De Dion formed a partnership with Georges Bouton to produce steam cars in Paris, France. ... The American Electric was an American automobile manufactured in New York City from 1899 to 1902. ... Alco and ALCO redirect here. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The American Motor Car Company was a short-lived automotive company founded in 1906, lasting until 1913. ... Delcar brochure page 1 Delcar brochure page 2 Delcar brochure page 3 Delcar brochure page 4 See also American Motors Corporation (AMC) A company called American Motors Incorporated was established around 1946. ... The American Napier was an automobile sold by the Napier Motor Car Company of America which initially imported assembled Napiers from England. ... Billed as a motor-car symphony, the American Simplex was an American automobile manufactured in Mishawaka, Indiana from 1906 to 1915; the company shortened its name to Amplex in 1910. ... The American Steamer was an American steam car manufactured by the American Steam Truck Co. ... The American Steam Car was, quite simply, an American steam car, produced by Thomas Derr from 1924 to 1931. ... 1911 American Underslung in the Petersen Automotive Museum The American Underslung was an American automobile, the brainchild of Harry Stutz; it was manufactured in Indianapolis from 1905 to 1914. ... The Ames was an American automobile manufactured in Owensboro, Kentucky from 1910 to 1915. ... Billed as a motor-car symphony, the American Simplex was an American automobile manufactured in Mishawaka, Indiana from 1906 to 1915; the company shortened its name to Amplex in 1910. ... The Anahuac was a short-lived United States automobile styled after a contemporary Polish car and manufactured in 1922 in export market (it was to have been marketed in Mexico by a Mexican concern), the car had a wheelbase of 115 inches; only four were ever completed. ... The Anchor Buggy was a short-lived United States automobile; the high-wheeler was manufactured in Cincinnati in 1910 and 1911. ... The Anderson was a United States automobile company; considered the most successful automobile ever built in the U.S. South, it was manufactured by a South Carolina carriage works from 1916 to 1925. ... Detroit Electric (1907 - c. ... 1915 Detroit Electric Brougham Detroit Electric (1907 - 1939) was an automobile brand produced by the Anderson Electric Car Company in Detroit Michigan. ... The Ansted was an American automobile; successor to the Lexington and the Ansted_Lexington, it was maufactured from 1926 to 1927. ... The Ansted-Lexington, also known as the Ansted, was an American automobile manufactured in 1922. ... The Apollo was a well-engineered United States sports car/personal automobile manufactured from 1962 to 1964. ... The Apperson was an American automobile manufactured from 1902 to 1926. ... Haynes-Apperson Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Kokomo, Indiana. ... The Apple was a short-lived United States automobile manufactured in Dayton, Ohio from 1917 to 1918. ... The Ardsley was a short-lived American automobile designed by W. S. Howard and manufactured from 1905 to 1906; the car was a 10/15hp four. ... The Argo was a short-lived United States automobile manufactured in Jackson, Michigan between 1915 and 1916. ... The Argonaut was an American automobile manufactured from 1959 to 1963. ... The Argonne was an American automobile manufactured from 1919 to 1920; only 24 were produced before the company folded. ... The Ariel was an English automobile manufactured in Birmingham from 1900 to 1915, and again from 1922 to 1925. ... Armstrong Electric was a manufacturer of electric automobiles in Bridgeport, Connecticut. ... SH Arnolt Inc. ... Arter, also known as KuÅŸadasi (Bird Island in Turkish), is a small island in Lake Van. ... Manufactured by the American Special Automotive Research and Design Organization of Bergen, New Jersey between 1959 and American sport coupe which featured an Alfa Romeo four-cylinder engine and four-speed gearbox. ... The Astra was an American automobile manufactured in 1920. ... The Atlas was an American automobile manufactured from 1907 to 1913. ... Auburn was a brand name of United States automobiles from 1900 through 1937. ... The Aultman was a 1901 American automobile manufactured in Canton, Ohio; the light steam carriage, whose makers also built a four-wheel-drive steam truck, was only built for one year. ... The Aurora was an American automobile manufactured by Father Alfred A. Juliano, a Catholic priest, from 1957 to 1958. ... The Austin was an American automobile manufactured in Grand Rapids, Michigan from 1901 to 1921. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Autocar Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. ... Avanti (AVX), based on GMs Firebird/Camaro platform. ...

B
  • B&H (automobile) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Babcock (1909)
  • Babcock Electric (1906)
  • Bailey Electric (1907)
  • Baker Electric (1899) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Balboa (1924)
  • Baldner (1902)
  • Baldwin Steam (1899)
  • Banker (1905)
  • Barbarino (1925)
  • Barley (1922-4)
  • Bantam
  • Barnes (1907)
  • Bates (1903)
  • Bauer (taxi) (1925)
  • Bay State (1907 and 1922)
  • Beaver
  • Beggs (1920)
  • Belden (1907)
  • Bell (1916)
  • Bendix (1908)
  • Benham (1914)
  • Ben Hur (1917)
  • Benner (1908)
  • Benson (automobile) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Berg (1903) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Bergdoll (1910)
  • Berkshire (1905)
  • Bertolet (1908)
  • Beverly (1904)
  • Biddle (1915)
  • Bingham (automobile) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Binney & Burnham Steam (1902)
  • Birch (1916)
  • Birmingham (1921)
  • Black (1908)
  • Black Crow (1909)
  • Black Diamond (1904)
  • Blackhawk (1903 and 1929)
  • Blakeslee (automobile) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Blakeslee Electric (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Bliss (1906)
  • B.L.M. (1906)
  • Blomstrom (1902)
  • Bobbi-Kar
  • Bolte (1900)
  • Borland Electric (1910)
  • Boss (1905)
  • Boston (steam) (1900)
  • Bour-Davis (1916)
  • Bowman (1921)
  • Bradley (1920)
  • Brazier (1902)
  • Brecht (1901)
  • Breese & Lawrence (1905)
  • Brew-Hatcher (1904) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Brewster
  • Brewster-Knight
  • Briggs-Detroiter
  • Briggs & Stratton (1919)
  • Briggs & Stratton Flyer (1918)
  • Briscoe Motor Company (1914)
  • Bristol (1902)
  • Broc Electric (1909) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Brooks Steamer (1927)
  • Browniekar (1908)
  • Brunn (1906)
  • Brush Motor Car Company (1907) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Buckeye (1901)
  • Buckboard (automobile) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Buckeye (automobile) (Cleveland Ohio based manufacturer of automobiles)
  • Buckmobile (1903)
  • Buffalo (1900)
  • Buffalo Electric (1901)
  • Buffum (1901)
  • Bugmobile (1907)
  • Burg (1910)
  • Bush (1916)

Barley Motor Car Co. ... The American Austin Car Company was a United States automobile manufacturing British Austin Motor Company. ... The Binney & Burnham was an American automobile built in Boston from 1901 to 1902 by James L. Binney and John Appleton Burnham. ... The Airway was a car made in 1949 and 1950 by Everett Miller and T.P. Hall of San Diego. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... A 1934 Brewster convertible Brewster is the most significant American coachbuilder in history, and one of the oldest, active from 1810-1937. ... A 1934 Brewster convertible Brewster is the most significant American coachbuilder in history, and one of the oldest, active from 1810-1937. ... Bristol Cars is a manufacturer of hand-built luxury cars, based at Filton, near Bristol, England. ... Brush Motor Company was founded by who designed a light car with wooden chassis, friction drive and coil springs. ... The Buckmobile was an American automobile manufactured between 1903 and 1905. ...

C
  • Caddy (automoble) Canasota NY (1900)
  • Cadillac
  • Calvert (1927)
  • Cameron (1903)
  • Canda (1900)
  • Cantono Electric (1904)
  • Canzol Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Cardway (1923)
  • Carhartt (1911)
  • Car-Nation (cyclecar) (1912)
  • Carroll Six (1921)
  • Cartercar (1905)
  • Car de Luxe (1906)
  • Cavalier (1926)
  • Case (1911)
  • Cavac (1910)
  • Central (automobile)Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Centeral Automobile Company - Mors
  • Centaur (1902)
  • Century (electric and steam) (1901)
  • C-F (Cornish-Friedberg) (1907)
  • Chadwick (1904)
  • Chalfant (1906)
  • Chalmers
  • Chalmers-Detroit (1908)
  • Champion (1919) Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Chandler (1913) Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Chaparral (1961)
  • Chase (1907)
  • Checker Cab (1921)
  • Checker Motors Company (1922)
  • Cheetah 1962
  • Chevrolet (1911)
  • Chicago Electric (1899 and 1912)
  • Chicago Motor Buggy (1908)
  • Chief (1908)
  • Christie (1904)
  • Chrysler (1924)
  • Church
  • Church-Field Electric (1912)
  • Cincinnati Steam (1903)
  • Clark-Hatfield (1908)
  • Clark Norwalk Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Clarkmobile (1903)
  • Clark Steam (1900)
  • Cleveland (1918) (a small Chandler)
  • Cleveland Electric Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Clenet
  • Climber (1919)
  • Clipper 1956 only
  • Cloughley (1902)
  • Clymer (highwheeler) (1908)
  • Coates-Goshen (1908)
  • Coats Steam Car (1922)
  • Coey (1913)
  • Colburn (1906)
  • Colby (1911)
  • Cole (1909)
  • Collins Electric (1900)
  • Colonial (1921)
  • Colt (1907)
  • Columbia Electric
  • Columbia Motors (1916)
  • Columbia (automobile) (1904)
  • Columbia automobile (1897)
  • Columbus Electric (1903)
  • Comet (1917)
  • Commander (1922)
  • Commerce
  • Commercial Electric (1903)
  • Commodore (1921)
  • Commonwealth (1917)
  • Compound (E.H.V.) (1904)
  • Conover (1907)
  • Conrad (steam) (1901)
  • Consolidated Motor Company
  • Continental (1907 and 1910 and 1940)
  • Corbin (1905)
  • Corbin (1996-2003)
  • Corbitt (1907)
  • Cord Automobile (1929)
  • Corinthian (1922)
  • Correja (1909)
  • Cosmopolitan (highwheeler) (1907)
  • Cotta Steam (1901)
  • Country Club (1903)
  • Courier (1904 and 1923)
  • Courier Car Co (1909/10)
  • Covert (1902)
  • Coyote (automobile) (1909)
  • Craig-Toledo (1907)
  • Crane (1912)
  • Crane & Breed (1912)
  • Crane-Simplex (1915 and 1922)
  • Crawford Automobile (1905)
  • Crawford-Hough Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Crescent (1907)
  • Crest (1900)
  • Crestmobile (1901)
  • Crosley (1939)
  • Crowdus Electric (1900)
  • Crow-Elkhart (1911)
  • Crown (highwheeler) (1908)
  • Croxton (automobile) Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • Croxton-Keeton (1909)
  • Cruiser (1917)
  • Culver (1905)
  • Cunningham (1907)
  • Curtis (1921)
  • Cutting (1909)
  • Cuyhoga Electric Cleveland Ohio based automobile producer
  • C.V.I. (1907)
  • Cyclomobile (1920)

Cadillac is a brand of luxury vehicles, part of General Motors, produced and mostly sold in the United States and Canada. ... The Cartercar was an American automobile manufactured from 1906 to 1916 in Detroit Michigan. ... The Car de Luxe was an American automobile manufactured from 1906 until 1910. ... The Cavac was an American automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan in 1910. ... Central Automobile Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in New York, New York. ... The Chalmers Motor Car Company was a United States based automobile company which flourished in the 1910s and 1920s. ... The Chandler Motor Company produced automobiles in the United States of America during the 1910s and 1920s. ... Chaparral Cars was a United States automotive company which built cars in the 1960s. ... Metal die-cast model of a Checker taxicab Originally, a Checker Cab was a taxi produced by the Checker Cab Manufacturing Company (later known as Checker Motors Corporation) of Kalamazoo, Michigan, and operating under the name Checker Cabs in New York and other American cities. ... Checker Motors Corporation Logo used in the 1960s thgrough 1981 when marketing its consumer vehicles, the Marathon and the Superba Checker Motors Company was the manufacturer of the famed Checker automobile, the iconic taxi cab vehicle. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Chevrolet (IPA: ʃɛv. ... The Chrysler Corporation was a United States-based automobile manufacturer that existed independently from 1925–1998. ... The Chandler Motor Company produced automobiles in the United States of America during the 1910s and 1920s. ... 1956 sales brochure for Clipper automobiles Clipper was a stand alone make of automobile produced by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation in 1955-1956 for the 1956 model year only. ... The Coates-Goshen was an American automobile produced from 1908 until 1910 by Joseph Saunders Coates in Goshen, New York. ... The Coats Steam Car was an American automobile produced from 1922 until 1923 first in Columbus, Ohio and later in Bowling Green, Ohio. ... The Coey was an American automobile manufactured from 1913 to 1917. ... Columbia Motors was a United States based automobile manufacturer in the first third of the 20th century. ... Electric Vehicle Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era electric and internal combustion automobiles in Hartford, Connecticut. ... The Columbia was an American automobile built between 1897-1913 in Hartford, Connecticut. ... Eisenhuth Horseless Vehicle Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Middletown, Connecticut. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into De Vaux Continental. ... Corbin Sparrow The Corbin Sparrow is a single-passenger, three-wheeled battery electric vehicle designed specifically for commuting and city driving. ... A 1929 Cord L-29 Phaeton on display at the 2005 United States Grand Prix Cord L-29. ... The Correja was an American automobile produced from 1908 to 1915. ... Sandusky Automobile Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Sandusky, Ohio. ... The Courier Car Co. ... B. V. Covert and Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Lockport, New York. ... The Coyote was an American automobile built in Redondo Beach, California from 1909 until 1910. ... The Crane-Simplex, built in New York, were among the most expensive, largest, most powerful, and well-built luxury cars ever made. ... The Crane & Breed was an American automobile manufactured between 1912 and 1917. ... The Crane-Simplex, built in New York, were among the most expensive, largest, most powerful, and well-built luxury cars ever made. ... The Crawford Automobile was a highly regarded small-production car made in Hagerstown, Maryland throughout the 1910s and early 1920s. ... Crest Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Cambridge, Massachusetts. ... Crosley station wagon The Crosley is an automobile manufactured by the Crosley Corporation and later by Crosley Motors Incorporated in the United States from 1939 to 1952. ...

D

The Crawford Automobile was a highly regarded small-production car made in Hagerstown, Maryland throughout the 1910s and early 1920s. ... The Dayton Electric was an American electric car manufactured in Dayton, Ohio from 1911 until 1915; the company offered a complex range of vehicles. ... The De Lorean Motor Company (DMC) was a short-lived automobile manufacturer formed by automobile industry executive John De Lorean in 1975. ... DeSoto Logo, used in the 1950s The DeSoto (sometimes De Soto) was a brand of automobile based in the United States, marketed by the Chrysler Corporation from 1928 to 1961. ... The De Vaux (deVoe) was an automobile produced by the De Vaux Motors Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan and Oakland, California (USA). ... The Continental De Vaux was an automobile produced by the Continental Motors Corporation; assembly of the vehicles occurred in Oakland, California. ... This article, image, template or category should belong in one or more categories. ... 1915 Detroit Electric Brougham Detroit Electric (1907 - 1939) was an automobile brand produced by the Anderson Electric Car Company in Detroit Michigan. ... The Diana Motors Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1925 to 1928. ... Dingfelder (1903) was an automobile brand produced by the Dingfelder Motor Company. ... Abner Doble Any of several makes of steam-powered automobile, including Doble Detroit, Doble Steam Car, and Doble Automobile, are referred to as a Doble because of their founding or association with Abner Doble. ... 1917 Dodge Brothers Touring car. ... Dorris, or Dorris Motors Company was founded by George Preston Dorris. ... Dort demonstrates its durability in the 1920s era advertising image. ... Dual-Ghia It was a short lived, rare automobile make, produced in the United States between 1956 and 1958. ... Founded by E. Paul du Pont to produce marine engines for World War I. After the war, the Du Pont Motor Company produced extremely high-end automobiles. ... External Links Durant Motors Car Club Categories: Automobile stubs | Car companies of the United States | Defunct companies | Durant Motors ... Durant Motors Inc. ... Duryea was the first American automobile manufacturer, trailing the French Panhard firm by just 4 years. ... Duryea Power Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Reading, Pennsylvania. ... A 1929 Duesenberg j350 Willoughby on display at the 2005 United States Grand Prix 1930 Duesenberg J Walker Legrande Torpedo Phaeton 1932 Duesenberg J Murphy-bodied coupe convertible Wikimedia Commons has more media related to: Duesenberg vehicles Duesenberg was a US-based luxury automobile company active from the 1910s until...

E
  • Eagle (1988)
  • Eagle Air Cooled (1905)
  • Eagle-Macomber Rotary (1917)
  • Earl (1907 and 1922)
  • Eclipse Steamer (1900)
  • Economy (1916)
  • Economy (highwheeler) (1908)
  • Economy-Vogue (1920)
  • Edsel
  • Edwards-Knight (1912)
  • Elcar (1916)
  • Eldredge (1903)
  • Electrakar
  • Electric Carriage and Wagon Company (1896-1897) becomes Electric Vehicle Company
  • Electric Vehicle Company (1897-1909) becomes Columbia
  • Elgin (1916)
  • Elmore (automobile) (1904)
  • Emancipator (1909)
  • E-M-F Company (1908)
  • Empire (automobile) Empire Amsterdam NY (1898-1904)1901 Empire Stateman 1 Cylinder Gas,Alamo
  • Empire (1909)
  • Empire Steamer (1899-1901)
  • Enger (1909)
  • Erskine (1927)
  • Eshelman (1953-1961)
  • Essex (1901-1902), (1906) (1919)
  • Essex Steam (1906)
  • Euclid (1907)
  • Eureka (1907)
  • Everitt (1909 and 1910)
  • Everybody's (1907)
  • Excelsior
  • Excalibur
  • Exner Revival Cars

Eagle was a marque of automobiles sold in the United States and Canada from 1988 to 1998. ... 1958 Edsel Pacer The Edsel insignia The Edsel was a make of automobile manufactured by the Ford Motor Company during the 1958, 1959, and 1960 model years. ... National Sewing Machine Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Belvidere, Illinois. ... Electric Vehicle Company was a US automobile holding company and manufacturer. ... Elmore Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Clyde, Ohio. ... The E-M-F Company (E-M-F were the initials of the three company founders: Everitt, Metzger, and Flanders) was an early American automobile company that produced automobiles from 1909 to 1912. ... Empire Auto Co. ... The Erskine was an American automobile brand produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana from 1927 to 1930. ... Brand name of small American automobiles (1953-1961) and other vehicles including motor scooters, garden tractors, pleasure boats, aircraft, golf cars, snowplows, trailers, mail-delivery vehicles and more, built by the Cheston L. Eshelman Company of Baltimore and Dundalk, Maryland. ... The Hudson Motor Car Company made Hudson brand automobiles in Detroit, Michigan, from 1909 to 1957. ... Excalibur Series II roadster The Excalibur automobile was the first of the retro contemporary classic or neoclassic cars, based on the 1928 Mercedes SS. A prototype premiered at car shows in 1963. ... Exner Revival Cars were created by noted automobile designer, Virgil Exner, produced a series of Revival Car concepts for a December, 1963 issue of Esquire magazine. ...

F
  • Fageol (1917)
  • Fairbanks-Morse (1908)
  • F.A.L. (1909)
  • Falcon (1907 and 1922)
  • Falcon-Knight (1927)
  • Famous (1908)
  • Fanning (1901)
  • Fargo (1929)
  • Farmac (1915)
  • Farner (1922)
  • Fee-American (1907)
  • Fergus (1916)
  • Ferris (1920) (Cleveland Ohio Based Automobile Manufacturer)
  • Firestone-Columbus (1909)
  • Flanders (1910)
  • Flint (automobile) (1923)
  • Flint Steam (1902)
  • Ford Motor Company (1903)
  • Forest City (1905) (Cleveland Ohio Based Automobile Manufacturer)
  • [[Fort Plain NY Spring and Axel 1901 Buckboard
  • Foster (1901)
  • Fostoria (1906)
  • Four Traction (Kato) (1907)
  • Four Wheel Drive (1904)
  • Fox (1921)
  • Franklin (1902)
  • Frayer-Miller (1904)
  • Frazer
  • Frazier
  • Fredonia (1902)
  • Fremont (1921)
  • Friedman (1900)
  • Friend (1921)
  • Fritchle Electric (1905)
  • Frontenac (1906, 1922 and 1960)
  • F.R.P. (1914)
  • Fuller (1908)
  • FWD Truck (1910)

1953 International Fageol Moving Van Fageol was founded in 1922 and was the first company to build a bus from the ground up. ... A Car Without A Name was an automobile built in 1909 by a company that identified, in advertisments itself only as The address had previous been the location where the Reliable-Dayton automobile had been built. ... Logo for the Flint Automobile, 1923-1927 The Flint was an automobile marque that was assembled by the Flint Motors Division, Flint, Michigan between 1923 and 1927. ... Ford Motor Company, (Fomoco on mechanical parts), is an American multinational corporation and the worlds third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. ... The H. H. Franklin Manufacturing Company was a maker of automobiles in the United States between 1902 and 1934 in Syracuse, New York. ... The Kaiser-Frazer Corporation was the result of a partnership between autombile executive Joseph W, Frazer and Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser of Kaiser Company/Kaiser Industries. ... Fredonia Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Youngstown, Ohio. ... Two separate automobile manufactures have produced cars under the Frontenac name brand. ...

G
  • Gaethmobile (1902)
  • Gale (1905)
  • Gardner (1920)
  • Gardnier
  • Garford (1908)
  • Gasmobile (1900)
  • Gas-Au-Lec (1905)
  • Gaylord (1911)
  • Gearless (1907)
  • Gearless Steam (1920)
  • General (1902)
  • Geneva Steam (1901)
  • Geo (automobile) (1989)
  • Geronimo (1917)
  • Ghent (1917)
  • Gibbs Electric (1904)
  • Gifford-Pettitt (1907)
  • GJG (1909)
  • Glide (1903)
  • Globe (1920)
  • Goodspeed (1922)
  • Graham
  • Graham Electric (1903)
  • Graham Motorette (1902)
  • Graham-Paige (1927)
  • Grant (1913)
  • Gray (1922)
  • Great Eagle (1910)
  • Great Smith (1907)
  • Great Southern (1912)
  • Great Western (1910)
  • Greeley (1903)
  • Gregory (1922)
  • Grinnell Electric (1912)
  • Griswold (1907)
  • Grout (1899)
  • Gurley (1899)

The Gasmobile, originally called the American, was an automobile first produced in 1899. ... Geo was a brand of small cars and SUVs marketed by General Motors and sold through Chevrolet dealerships throughout North America beginning in 1989 in the United States, and 1992 in Canada. ... The GJG was an American automobile manufactured from 1909 until 1914 by Georg John Grossman in White Plains, New York. ... Graham-Paige was an American automobile company organized in 1927 when brothers Joseph B., Robert C. and Ray A. Graham acquired the Paige-Detroit Motor Company. ... The Grant Motor Co was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1913 to 1922. ... Smith Automobile Company of Topeka, Kansas was an early United States automobile manufacturing company which produced the Veracity, Smith, and Great Smith lines of automobiles from 1902 to 1912. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... Grout Brothers was a manufacturer of Brass Era steam-powered automobiles in Orange, Massachusetts. ...

H
  • Hackett (1917)
  • H.A.L. (1916)
  • Hall (1903)
  • Halladay (1905)
  • Halsey Steam (1901)
  • Hamlin-Holmes (1921)
  • Hammer (1905)
  • Hammer-Sommer (1903)
  • Handley-Knight (1921)
  • Hanover (1921)
  • Harper (1907)
  • Harrigan (1922)
  • Harris Six (1923)
  • Harrison (1906)
  • Harroun (1917)
  • Harvard (1915)
  • Hasbrouck (1900)
  • Hatfield (1907 and 1916)
  • Havers (1911)
  • Hawley (1906)
  • Hay-Berg (1907)
  • Haydock (1907)
  • Haynes (1905)
  • Haynes-Apperson (see also Apperson)
  • H.C.S. (1920)
  • Heine-Velox (1906 and 1921)
  • Henderson (1912)
  • Henney (1921)
  • Henry (1910)
  • Henry J
  • Hercules (1914)
  • Herff-Brooks Corporation (1915)
  • Herreshoff (1909)
  • Hertz (1926)
  • Hewitt (1906)
  • Hewitt-Lindstrom (1900)
  • Highlander (1919)
  • Hill (1904)
  • Hobbie Accessible (1908)
  • Hoffman (steam) (1901)
  • Holley Motor Car (1900)
  • Hollier (1915)
  • Holly (1913)
  • Holsman (1902)
  • Holyoke (1899)
  • Homer-Laughlin (1916)
  • Hoppenstand
  • Howard (1903 and 1913)
  • Huber
  • Hummer
  • Hudson (1909)
  • Hudson Steamer (1901)
  • Huffman (1920)
  • Hupmobile (1908-1941)
  • Hupp-Yeats (1911)

The Haynes Automobile Company was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles in Kokomo, Indiana from 1905 to 1924. ... Haynes-Apperson Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Kokomo, Indiana. ... The Apperson was an American automobile manufactured from 1902 to 1926. ... Heine-Velox was an extremely expensive and large American luxury car made by Gustav Heine. ... Herff-Brooks Corporation was a short-lived automobile manufacturer based in Indianapolis, Indiana. ... Hewitt-Lindstrom was a United States automobile manufacturer which produced electric stanhope style automobiles from 1900 to 1901. ... The Hobbie Accessible was an American automobile manufactured in Hampton, Iowa from 1908 until 1909. ... Holley Motor Car Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Bradford, Pennsylvania. ... The Holsman was an early United States High Wheeler automobile manufactured by Henry K. Holsman in Chicago, Illinois. ... Hummer is a brand of sport utility vehicles (SUVs) sold by General Motors, also known as GM. They are based on the military High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or Humvee. ... Hudson Six-40, 1914 1937 Hudson Custom Eight 1950 Hudson The Hudson Motor Car Company made Hudson brand automobiles in Detroit, Michigan, from 1909 to 1957. ... The Hupp Motor Car Company was founded by Robert Craig Hupp, a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, on November 8, 1908 in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and began manufacturing its first automobiles soon thereafter. ...

I-J
  • Ideal (1902 and 1907)
  • Illinois (1909)
  • Imp (cyclecar) (1913)
  • Imperial (1900 and 1908 and 1955)
  • Innes (1920)
  • International (1900)
  • International (highwheeler) (1907)
  • International Harvester
  • Inter-State (1909)
  • Iowa (1908)
  • Iroquois (1903)
  • Jackson Automobile Company (1903)
  • Jaxon Steam (1903)
  • Jeannin (1908)
  • Jeffery (1914)
  • Jenkins (1907)
  • Jerrery
  • Jewell (1906)
  • Jewett (1922)
  • Johnson (1905)
  • Johnson Service Company
  • Jones (1914)
  • Jones-Corbin (1903)
  • Jonz (1909)
  • Jordan (1916) (Cleveland Ohio Based Automobile Manufacturer)
  • Julian (1925)

1955 Imperial Imperial was the Chrysler Corporations prestige automobile brand between 1955 and 1975, with a brief reappearance in 1981-1983. ... Navistar (formerly International Harvester) started in Chicago, United States, which produced agricultural machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Thomas B. Jeffery Company was a manufacturer of automobiles in Kenosha, Wisconsin founded by Charles and Thomas Jeffery selling under the brand name Rambler between 1902 and 1913. ... Paige was a United States based automobile company, selling high-end luxury cars in the 1910s and 1920s. ...

K
  • Kaiser
  • Kaiser Jeep
  • Kaiser-Frazer
  • Kansas City (1906)
  • Kauffman (Advance) (1909)
  • Kearns (1909)
  • Keene Steamobile (1900)
  • Keller
  • Kelsey (1920)
  • Kenmore (1910)
  • Kensington (1899)
  • Kent (1916)
  • Kenworthy (1920)
  • Kermath (1907)
  • Kessler (1920)
  • Keystone (1900 and 1909)
  • Kiblinger (highwheeler) (1907)
  • Kidder (1899)
  • Kimball Electric (1910)
  • King Motor Car Company (1911)
  • Kingston (1907)
  • Kissel Motor Car Company (1906)
  • Kleiber (1924)
  • Kline Kar (1910)
  • Klink (1907)
  • Klock (1900)
  • Knox (1900)
  • Kobusch (1906)
  • K-R-I-T Motor Car Company (1910)
  • Kurtz Automatic (1920)
  • Kunz (1902)
  • Kurtis Kraft

Kaiser Motors, a subsidiary of Kaiser Industries, was a manufacturer of automobiles in the United States from 1946 - 1963 based in Willow Run, Michigan (USA). ... Kaiser Jeep was the result of the merger between the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation, an independent automobile manufacturing company based in Willow Run, Michigan, and the Toledo, Ohio-based Willys-Overland Company. ... The Kaiser-Frazer Corporation was the result of a partnership between autombile executive Joseph W, Frazer and Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser of Kaiser Company/Kaiser Industries. ... The Keller was an automobile produced by the Keller Motor Corp. ... This article is about the American automobile. ... Two automobiles have been produced under the name Keystone: For the car made in Lebanon, Pennsylvania from 1899 to 1900, see Keystone (1899 automobile). ... The Kissel Motor Car Company custom built high-quality automobiles from a plant in Hartford, Wisconsin, United States between 1906 and 1931. ... Knox Automobile Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Springfield, Massachusetts. ... K-R-I-T (or simply Krit) was a small automobile manufacturing company (1909 -1916), whose name most probably originated from the name of Kenneth Krittenden who was backing by financing. ... Kurtis Kraft was a Formula One constructor from 1950 through 1960 in the Indianapolis 500, winning the race five times. ...

L
  • Lad's Car (1912)
  • LaFayette (1921)
  • LaMarne (1920)
  • Lambert (1906)
  • Lane Steam (1900)
  • La Petite (1905)
  • La Salle (1927)
  • Laurel (1916)
  • Lauth-Juergens (1907)
  • Leach-Builtwell (1920)
  • Leach Steamer (1899)
  • Leader (1905)
  • Lenawee (1903)
  • Lenox (1911)
  • Leon Rubay (1923)
  • Lexington Motor (1909)
  • Lewis (1901 and 1914)
  • Liberty (1916)
  • Lincoln (1908 and 1921)
  • Lion Motor Car Company (1910)
  • Liquid Air (1899)
  • Little (1912)
  • Locomobile (1899)
  • Logan (1904)
  • Lone Star (1919)
  • Long Distance (1901)
  • Lorraine (1907 and 1920)
  • Lozier (1905)
  • Luverne (1904)
  • Luxor (1924)
  • Lyman & Burnham (1903)
  • Lyons-Knight (1913)

The Lads Car was an American automobile built between 1912 and 1914. ... The LaFayette Motors Corporation was a United States based automobile manufacturer. ... The Lambert Automobile Company was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced the Lambert automobile from 1905 to 1916. ... La Salle can refer to: Lasalles invariance principle - a concept in control theory LaSalle automobile La Salle Records LaSalle Bank USS La Salle (AGF-3) USS La Salle (AP-102) Geography LaSalle, Ontario LaSalle, Quebec, borough of Montreal La Salle, Vosges, France La Salle, Italy La Salle, Colorado La... The Lenawee was an American automobile manufactured by the Church Manufacturing Co of Adrian, Michigan from 1903 to 1904. ... The Lexington was an automobile manufactured in Connersville, Indiana from 1910 to 1927. ... 1919 Liberty Motor Car advertisement The Liberty Motor Car Company was a United States automobile maker in Detroit, Michigan from 1916 to 1924. ... Lincoln is an American luxury automobile brand, operated under the Ford Motor Company. ... Liquid air is air that has been liquified by compression and cooled to very low temperatures. ... Steam powered Locomobile, from January, 1901 advertisement Locomobile was a company that produced automobiles in the United States of America from 1899 to 1929. ... imange from a 1912 advertisement for a Lozier touring car priced at $5,000. ... Luverne was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1904 to 1917[1]. The company was based in Luverne, Minnesota. ...

M
  • MacDonald (1923)
  • Mackle-Thompson (1903)
  • MacNaughton (electric) (1906)
  • Madison (1915)
  • Mahoning (1904)
  • Maibohm (1916)
  • Majestic (taxi) (1925)
  • Manexall (1920)
  • Marathon Motor Works (1908)
  • Marble-Swift (1903)
  • Marion (1904)
  • Marion-Handley (1916)
  • Marlboro (steam) (1900)
  • Marmon (1904)
  • Marquette (1912)
  • Marquette (1929-1930)
  • Marr (1903)
  • Marshall (1920)
  • Martin
  • Marvel (1907)
  • Maryland (1904)
  • Mason (1906)
  • Matheson (1903)
  • Maumee (1906)
  • Maxwell (1905)
  • Maxwell-Briscoe
  • Mayfair (1925)
  • McCue (1909)
  • McCurdy (1922)
  • McFarlan (1910)
  • McGill (4WD) (1921)
  • McIntire (1909)
  • McIntyre
  • Mecca (cyclecar) (1915)
  • Mecca (standard-size) (1916)
  • Media (1899)
  • Menominee Electric (1915)
  • Mercer (1910)
  • Mercury (1903)
  • Merit (1921)
  • Merkur
  • Meteor (1915, 1919)
  • Metropolitan (1922)
  • Metz (1909)
  • Metzger Motor Car Company
  • Michigan (1904)
  • Michigan Automobile Company
  • Michigan Motor Car Manufacturing Company
  • Midland (1908)
  • Mier (1908)
  • Mighty Michigan (1911)
  • Milburn Electric (1914)
  • Miller (1907)
  • Milwaukee (steam) (1900)
  • Mitchell Motors (1903)
  • Model (1902)
  • Modoc (1912)
  • Mohawk (1903)
  • Moline (1904)
  • Moline-Knight (1914)
  • Moller (1920)
  • Monarch (1903 and 1905 and 1907 and 1913)
  • Moncrief Steam (1901)
  • Monitor (1915)
  • Monroe (1914)
  • Moon Motor Car (1905)
  • Moore (1906 and 1916)
  • Mora (1906)
  • Morse (1910)
  • Morse Steam (1905)
  • Mosler (originally named Consulier)
  • Motor Bob (1914)
  • Motorette (1911)
  • Moyea (1903)
  • Munson Company
  • Muntz Car Company (1950s)
  • Murdaugh (1901)
  • Murray (1902 and 1916)
  • Murray-Mac Six (1921)

Marathon Motor Works was a an early automobile manufacturer, based in Tennessee. ... The Marion (automobile) is a name that has been applied to at least four different automobile companies: Marion, Marion, Ohio 1901 Marion, Marion, Indiana 1916-1918 Marion-Handley Marion Flyer Marion, Indiana 1910 Marion - Marion, Ohio 1901 The Marion was an automobile produced in Marion, Ohio in 1901 by the... Marmon 48 from 1914 ad Marmon was an automobile brand name manufactured by Nordyke Marmon & Company of Indianapolis, Indiana, from 1902 through 1933, and a brand of Texas-made premium trucks since 1963. ... The Marquette automobile (1929-1930) was built by General Motors Corporation beginning in June, 1929 and was intended to compete with De Soto. ... The Marquette was an automobile manufactured by General Motors Buick Division for model year 1929 and 1930. ... The Maryland Automobile was built by the Sinclair-Scott Co. ... The Maxwell was a brand of automobiles manufactured in the United States of America from about 1903 to 1925. ... A Maxwell from a 1922 magazine advertisement The Maxwell was a brand of automobiles manufactured in the United States of America from about 1903 to 1925. ... Driver Mel Marquettes wrecked McFarlan racing car at the 1912 Indianapolis 500 . McFarlan is an American automobile manufactured in Connersville, Indiana from 1909 to 1928 as an outgrowth of the McFarlan Carriage Company founded in 1853 by English-born John B. McFarlan (1822-1909). ... Mercury is an automobile marque of the Ford Motor Company founded in 1939 to market near-luxury cars slotted between entry-level Ford and luxury Lincoln models, similar to General Motors Buick (and former Oldsmobile) brand and DaimlerChryslers Chrysler brand. ... Merkur, the German word for Mercury, was an automobile brand which was briefly marketed by Ford Motor Company in the United States and Canada from 1985 to 1989. ... Harry Arminius Miller (1875-1943) was an American mechanic who ran a race car shop that built and repaired race cars for the Indianapolis 500 race. ... Moon Roadster 6-40 Moon Motor Car was a United States automobile company, in business c. ... Mosler Automotive is an American supercar manufacturer based in Florida, founded by Warren Mosler in 1985. ... The Motor Bob was an American cyclecar manufactured in Buffalo, New York, only in 1914. ... The Muntz Car Company was created in Glendale, California in the early 1950s by Madman Muntz, a well known local used car dealer and electronics retailer. ...

N
  • Napoleon (1917)
  • Nash (1917)
  • National Electric (1901)
  • National
  • Nelson (1917)
  • New Era (1916)
  • New York Six (1927) with "Parkmobile" device
  • Niagara (1903)
  • Nielson (1906)
  • Noma (1919)
  • Northern (1902)
  • Northern Manufacturing Company
  • Northway (1921)
  • Norton (1901)
  • Norwalk (1910)
  • Nyberg (1911)

Also see: Kelvinator and American Motors Corporation Nash Motors was an automobile manufacturer based in Kenosha, Wisconsin in the United States from 1916 to 1938. ... Northern Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Detroit, Michigan. ...

O
  • Oakland (1907)
  • Oakman-Hertel (1899)
  • Ogren (1915)
  • Ohio (1909)
  • Ohio Electric (1910)
  • Oldsmobile (1897)
  • Olympian (1917)
  • Omaha (1912)
  • Orient (1899)
  • Ormond Steam (1904)
  • Otto (1910)
  • O-We-Go (1914)
  • Owen (1910)
  • Owen Magnetic (1915)
  • Owen-Thomas (1908)
  • Overland (1903)
  • Oxford (1905)

The Oakland Motor Car Company was a United States based automobile manufacturer from 1907 to 1932. ... Oldsmobile was a brand of automobile produced for most of its existence by General Motors. ... Waltham Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Waltham, Massachusetts. ... The O-We-Go was an American cyclecar manufactured in 1914. ... The Owen Magnetic was a brand of luxury automobile manufactured between 1915 and 1922, and was notable for its use of an electromagnetic transmission. ...

P-Q
  • Packard (1899)
  • Page (1906)
  • Paige
  • Paige-Detroit (1909)
  • Palmer (highwheeler) (1906)
  • Palmer-Singer (1908)
  • Pan (1919)
  • Pan-American (1917)
  • Panoz
  • Paragon (1906)
  • Parenti (1920)
  • Parkin (1903)
  • Parry Auto Company (1910)
  • Parsons Electric (1905)
  • Partin-Palmer (1913)
  • W.A. Paterson Company (1908)
  • Pathfinder (1912)
  • Pawtucket Steam (1901)
  • Peerless (1900)
  • Penn (1911)
  • Pennant (1924-5)
  • Pennsy (1917)
  • Pennsylvania (1907)
  • People's (1900)
  • Perfection (1907)
  • Perfex (1912)
  • Peters (1921)
  • Petrel (1909)
  • Pickard (1909)
  • Pierce-Arrow
  • Pierce-Racine (1904)
  • Pilgrim (1915)
  • Pilliod (1915)
  • Pittsburgh (1908)
  • Phelps (1903)
  • Phianna (1917)
  • Pilot (1909)
  • Planche (1909)
  • Playboy (1951)
  • Plymouth (1910)
  • Plymouth (Chrysler Division) (1928-2001)
  • Pomeroy (1902)
  • Pontiac (1906) A Division of GM and is still manufacturing
  • Pope-Hartford (1904)
  • Pope-Robinson (1903)
  • Pope-Toledo (late 1903 as 1904 model)
  • Pope-Tribune (1904)
  • Pope-Waverley (1903)
  • Porter (1919)
  • Postal (highwheeler) (1906)
  • Powell Motor Company
  • Pratt (1912)
  • Pratt-Elkhart (1909)
  • Premier (1903)
  • Premier Motor Manufacturing (repeat of above, need condensing)
  • Premocar (1920)
  • Prescott Steam (1901)
  • Princeton (1923)
  • Publix
  • Pullman (1905)
  • Pungs Finch (1904)
  • Pup
  • Queen (1904)
  • Quick (automobile) (1899)
  • Quinby (automobile) (1899)
  • Quinlan (1904)

Packard red hexagon symbol made its debut in 1905, with the color red added in 1913 Packard was a United States based brand of luxury automobile built by the Packard Motors Company of Detroit,Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. ... Paige was a United States based automobile company, selling high-end luxury cars in the 1910s and 1920s. ... Paige was a United States based automobile company, selling high-end luxury cars in the 1910s and 1920s. ... Panoz G-Force The Panoz Motor Sports Group is an entity made up of the many motorsports holdings of Don Panoz. ... Peerless was an American automobile produced by the Peerless Motor Company of Cleveland, Ohio. ... The Penn 30 The Penn was an American automobile manufactured from 1910 until 1913. ... Barley Motor Car Co. ... 1919 Pierce-Arrow advertisement The Pierce-Arrow was a Buffalo, New York (United States) based manufacturing company from 1901 to 1938. ... Phelps Motor Vehicle Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Stoneham, Massachusetts. ... Plymouth sailboat logo used from 1996 to 2001 Plymouth was a brand of automobile based in the United States, marketed by the Chrysler Corporation from 1928 to 2001. ... Plymouth sailboat logo used from 1996 to 2001. ... This article concerns the automobile; for the Native American leader, see Chief Pontiac, for other uses see the disambiguation page. ... Pope-Robinson Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Hyde Park, Massachusetts founded by Colonel Albert Pope. ... Pope Motor Car Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Toledo, Ohio. ... Pope-Waverley was one of the brands of the Pope Motor Car Company founded by Colonel AA Pope and was a manufacturer of Brass Era electric automobiles in Indianapolis, Indiana. ... Powell Motor Company (PMC) was southern California company that was best known for their line of motor scooters that peaked in popularity in the late 1940s. ... The Premier Motor Manufacturing Company was organized in 1903 by George A. Weidely and Harold O. Smith in Indianapolis, Indiana. ... Premier Motor Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Indianapolis, Indiana. ... The Pungs Finch was an American automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan from 1904 to 1908. ... The Queen was an American automobile manufactured between 1904 and 1907 in Detroit, Michigan. ... The Quick was an American automobile produced from 1899 to 1900. ... The Quinby was an American automobile manufactured in 1899. ...

R
  • Rainier (1905)
  • Raleigh (1921)
  • Rambler (1902 and 1950)
  • Randall Three-Wheeler (1903)
  • Ranger (1907 and 1920)
  • Rapid (1903)
  • Rauch & Lang (1905)
  • R&V Knight (1920)
  • Rayfield (1911)
  • R.C.H. (1912)
  • Read (1913)
  • Reading Steamer (1901)
  • Reber (1902)
  • Rees (1921)
  • Reese Aero-Car (1921)
  • Reeves (1905)
  • Regal (1907)
  • Regas (1903)
  • Reliable Dayton (1906)
  • Reliance (1904)
  • Remington (1900)
  • Republic (1910)
  • REO Motor Car Company (1905)
  • Richard (1915)
  • Richelieu (1922)
  • Richmond (1904)
  • Rickenbacker (1922)
  • Ricketts (1909)
  • Riddle (1916)
  • Rider-Lewis (1908)
  • Riker Motor Vehicle (1898-1901) absorbed by Electric Vehicle
  • Roader (1911)
  • Roamer (1916-1929)
  • Roberts (1904)
  • Robinson (1900)
  • Rockaway (1902)
  • Rocket
  • Rock Falls (1919)
  • Rockne
  • Rodgers (1921)
  • Roebling (1909)
  • Rogers (1911)
  • Rogers & Hanford (1901)
  • Rollin Motors (1923)
  • Rolls-Royce (1921)
  • Romer (1921)
  • Roosevelt (1929)
  • Ross (1915)
  • Rotary (1903)
  • Royal Electric (1904)
  • Royal Princess (1904)
  • Royal Tourist (1904)
  • Rugby (automobile)
  • Russell (1903)
  • Ruxton (1929)

The original Rambler was an automobile produced of the Thomas B. Jeffery Company then by its successor, Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and finally, by its successor, American Motors Corporation (all in Kenosha, Wisconsin). ... 1906 REO Runabout in 2005 The REO Motor Car Company was a United States-based company that produced automobiles and trucks from 1905 to 1975. ... Rickenbacker was a US automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan from 1922 till 1927. ... Barley Motor Car Co. ... The Rockne was an American automobile brand produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana from 1931 - 1933. ... Rolls-Royce Limited was a British car and aero-engine manufacturing company founded by Henry Royce and C.S. Rolls in 1906 and was the result of a partnership formed in 1904. ... Roosevelt was a brand of American automobile that was manufactured by the Marmon Motor Car Companay of Indianapolis, Indiana during model years 1929 and 1930. ... The Rugby was a brand of automobile assembled by the Durant Motors Company of New York, New York (USA). ... 1930 Ruxton, custom body by Budd. ...

S
  • Saf-T-Cab (taxi) (1926)
  • Salter (1909)
  • Sampson
  • Sandusky (1902)
  • Santos-Dumont (1902)
  • Saxon Motor Car Company (1914)
  • Sayers (1917)
  • Schacht (1904)
  • Schuler (1924)
  • Scripps-Booth (1915)
  • Searchmont (1900)
  • Sears, Roebuck Company
  • Sears (highwheeler) (1908)
  • Sebring (1910)
  • Sekine (1923)
  • Selden (defunct before 1919)
  • Sellers (1909)
  • Senator (1907)
  • Seneca (1917)
  • Severin (1920)
  • S.G.V. (1911)
  • Shad-Wyck (1917)
  • Sharp Arrow (1908)
  • Shaw (Colonial) (1920)
  • Shawmut (1906)
  • Shelby (1903)
  • Shelby-American
  • Sheridan (1921)
  • Shoemaker (1906)
  • Sibley (defunct before 1919)
  • Simms (1920)
  • Simplex (1907)
  • Simplicity (1907)
  • Sinclair-Scott (1904)
  • Singer (1914)
  • Single Center (1906)
  • Smith (1903)
  • Smith and Mabley
  • Skelton (1920)
  • Skene (automobile) (1900)
  • S&M Simplex (1904)
  • Sommer (defunct before 1919)
  • Southern (defunct before 1919)
  • Southern Six (1920)
  • Spacke (1919)
  • Spaulding (1910)
  • Speedway (1905)
  • Speedwell (1907)
  • Spencer (1921)
  • Sperling (1921)
  • Sphinx (1915)
  • Spoerer (1909)
  • Springer (1903)
  • Springfield Steam (1900)
  • S&S (1924)
  • Stafford (1908)
  • Standard Motor Company
  • Standard (New Jersey) (1904)
  • Standard Electric (1911)
  • Stanley
  • Stanwood (1920)
  • Star (1903 and 1922)
  • States (1917)
  • Staver (1907)
  • Steamobile (1901)
  • Stearns (1901)
  • Steel Swallow (1906)
  • Stephens (1916-1924)
  • Sterling (1909)
  • Sterling-Knight (1923)
  • Stevens-Duryea (1904)
  • Stilson (1907)
  • St. Joe (1908)
  • St. Louis Motor Company (1899)
  • Stoddard-Dayton (1904)
  • Stoddard-Dayton Knight (1912)
  • Storck Steam (1901)
  • Stout Scarab (1935)
  • Strathmore (1899)
  • Stratton-Bliss (1922)
  • Strong & Rogers Electric (1900)
  • Studebaker (1902 first Car/ Wagons 1852)
  • Studebaker Electric (1902)
  • Studebaker Motor Company (The Modern Company)
  • Studebaker-Packard Corporation
  • Sturtevant (1904)
  • Stutz (1911)
  • Stuyvesant (1911)
  • Suburban (defunct before 1919)
  • Success Auto Buggy (1906)
  • Sultan (1908)
  • Sun (1916)
  • Synnestvedt Electric (1904)

The Saxon Motor Car Company was located in Detroit, Michigan from 1914 to 1922. ... Sears Holdings Corporation NASDAQ: SHLD is the third largest retailer in the United States, behind Wal-Mart and The Home Depot. ... The Shad-Wyck was an American automobile manufactured from 1917 until 1923 in Frankfurt, Indiana. ... Carroll Shelby International NASDAQ: CSBI was formed by Carroll Shelby in 2003 from Shelby American. ... The Crane-Simplex, built in New York, were among the most expensive, largest, most powerful, and well-built luxury cars ever made. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Smith Automobile Company of Topeka, Kansas was an early United States automobile manufacturing company which produced the Veracity, Smith, and Great Smith lines of automobiles from 1902 to 1912. ... Smith and Mabley was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in New York, New York. ... The Skene was an American automobile manufactured from 1900 to 1901. ... The Crane-Simplex, built in New York, were among the most expensive, largest, most powerful, and well-built luxury cars ever made. ... Spaulding (Spaulding Manufacturing Company) was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1910 to 1916[1]. The company was based in Grinnell, Iowa. ... The Speedwell Motor Car Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company. ... 1927 Standard Nine Selby Tourer 1933 Standard Ten. ... This article needs cleanup. ... The Stanwood was an American automobile manufactured from 1920 until 1922. ... Logo used by Durant Motors Star automobiles The Star was an automobile marque that was assembled by the Durant Motors Company between 1922 and 1928. ... Also see: Stearns-Knight 1908 Stearns roadster F. B. Stearns and Company (later F.B. Stearns Company) was a manufacturer of luxury automobiles in Cleveland, Ohio marketed under the brand name Stearns and Stearns-Knight brand names. ... J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company was an American manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. ... St. ... Stoddard-Dayton was a high quality car manufacturer in Dayton,Ohio USA between 1904 and 1913. ... The Stout Scarab was a limited production automobile built by Stout Engineering Laboratories of Detroit, Michigan. ... Studebakers Lazy S logo, designed by Raymond Loewy, was used from the 1950s until 1966 The worlds largest living sign was planted at the Studebaker Proving Grounds, west of South Bend, Indiana. ... Studebaker eased their way into the automobile market after the turn of the century, introducing an electric car in 1902 and Gasoline-powered Studebakers came in 1904, produced by the Garford Company in Ohio, marketed under the name Studebaker-Garford. ... The Studebaker-Packard Corporation was the entity created at the time of Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana merged into the Packard Corporation of Detroit, Michigan, in 1954. ... The Stutz Motor Company, later reborn as Stutz Motor Car of America, was a producer of luxury cars. ...

T-V

Hudson Terraplane logo. ... Thomas B. Jeffery Automobile Manufacturer Thomas B. Jeffery and his 1897 Rambler prototype Thomas B. Jeffery was one of Americas first men interested in automobiles in the late 19th century, and in 1897, he built the first Rambler (car) motor car. ... E. R. Thomas Motor Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Buffalo, New York. ... Tincher was a brand of automobile produced between 1903-1906 in Chicago, Illinois, and between 1907 and 1909 in South Bend, Indiana. ... 1948 Tuckers on display at the Gilmore Car Museum. ... Twombly was a cyclecar manufactured in the US by Driggs-Seabury between 1913 and 1915. ... The Union was an American automobile manufactured from 1902 until 1905. ... The United States Motor Company (USMC) was organized by Benjamin Briscoe in 1910. ... The Valiant was an automobile product of the Chrysler Corporation in 1960. ... The Van Wagoner was an American automobile manufactured between 1899 and 1900. ... The 1915 Velie as advertised in the Literary Digest The Velie was an automobile brand produced by the Velie Motors Corporation of Moline, Illinois (United States) from 1908 to 1929. ... Vector Aeromotive was an American automobile company started in the 1976 by Jerry Weigart. ... The Vermont was the first Automobile to cross the continent. ... The Viking was an automobile manufactured by General Motors Oldsmobile Division for model year 1929 and 1930. ... Richmond Iron Works produced its first Virginian in 1910, began manufacture in 1911, and closed in 1912. ...

W-Z
  • Waco (1916)
  • Wagenhals (defunct before 1919)
  • Wahl (1913)
  • Waldron (1908)
  • Walker (1905)
  • Wall (1901)
  • Walter (1902) (also known as American Chocolate)
  • Waltham (1922)
  • Waltham-Orient (defunct before 1919)
  • Waltham Steam (1899)
  • Walworth (1904)
  • Ware Steam Wagon (1861)
  • Warner (Muncie) (1903)
  • Warwick (1901)
  • Warren-Detroit (1910)
  • Washington (1909, 1921)
  • Wasp (1920)
  • Waterloo (1903)
  • Watrous (1905)
  • Waverley Electric
  • Wayne (1904)
  • Webb Jay (steam) (1908)
  • Welch Motor Car Company
  • Welch Tourist (1903)
  • Welch-Detroit (defunct before 1919)
  • Welch-Marquette (defunct before 1919)
  • Welch-Pontiac (defunct before 1919)
  • Westcott (1909)
  • W.F.S. (1911)
  • Wharton (1922)
  • White (1903)
  • White (1910)
  • White Steamer (1900)
  • Wick (1902)
  • Whiting (defunct before 1919)
  • Wilcox (1910)
  • Wildman (1902)
  • Wills Sainte Claire (1921-1926)
  • Wills and Company
  • Willys
  • Willys-Knight (1914)
  • Willys-Overland
  • Wilson Automobile (1903)
  • Windsor (1929)
  • Winther (1921)
  • Winton
  • Wizard (1921)
  • Wolfe (1907)
  • Wolverine (1904 and 1927)
  • Woods Dual Power (1917)
  • Woods Motor Vehicle (1899)
  • Woodworth (defunct before 1919)
  • Xenia (automobile) (1914)
  • Yale (1902 and 1916)
  • Yellow Cab Manufacturing Company (1915)
  • ZAP (1994)
  • Zentmobile (1903)
  • Zimmer
  • Zimmerman (1908)
  • Zip (defunct before 1919)

The American Chocolate later known as Walter was an American assembled car manufactured by a noted vending machine company from 1903 to 1906. ... The Ware Steam Wagon was the first self-propelled American vehicle to be manufactured for export. ... Pope-Waverley was one of the brands of the Pope Motor Car Company founded by Colonel AA Pope and was a manufacturer of Brass Era electric automobiles in Indianapolis, Indiana. ... The Westcott was an automobile produced in Springfield, Ohio (United States) between 1912 and 1925. ... 1909 White touring car at the Petersen Automotive Museum White Sewing Machine Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Cleveland, Ohio. ... White Motor Company, American automobile manufacturers In 1876, Thomas H. White incorporated his business in Cleveland, Ohio, as the White Sewing Machine Co. ... The Canadian goose logo for Wills Sainte Claire automobiles designed by C. Harold Wills, the company founder Wills Sainte Claire was an automobile brand manufactured by the C.H. Wills Company, in Marysville, Michigan from 1921-1927. ... 1920 Willys-Knight advertisement Willys (correctly pronounced WILL-iss, but Will-eez is more common), was the brand name used by the United States automobile company, Willys-Overland Motors, best known for its production of military and civilian Jeeps, during the twentieth century. ... Willy on Wheels Willys Knight was an automobile produced by Willys. ... Willys (pronounced will-eeze) was the brand name used by the United States automobile company Willys-Overland Motors, best known for its production of military and civilian Jeeps. ... Wilson Automobile Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Wilson, New York. ... The Windsor was an automobile produced in St. ... The Winton Motor Carriage Company of Cleveland, Ohio was a pioneer United States automobile manufacturer. ... Woods Motor Vehicle Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era electric automobiles in Chicago, Illinois. ... The Xenia was an American cyclecar designed by P. E. Hawkins and manufactured in 1914. ... Kirk Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Toledo, Ohio. ... The original Yellow Cab Company based in Chicago, Illinois is one of the largest taxicab companies still in existence. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Zimmer the name of a U.S. neo-classic automaker. ...

Uruguay

  • Suntrike 2000- [3][4]
  • Regusci 2002- [5]
  • Nordex 1962- [6][7]
  • Bognor (car) 2002-[8]
  • Metalurgica Laguarda 1963 [9]
  • Industrias WARV 1966-1972 [10]
  • Hita S.A. 1964-1966 [11]
  • Lima '70-'80 [12][13][14]
  • Guitolar '70-'90 [15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]
  • Grumett '60-'82 [27][28]
  • Facansa '60-'80 [29]
  • Banda Oriental '70- [30]
  • El Terruno S.A. '60 [31]
  • MauserS.A. [32]
  • Super S.A. [33]
  • Taller Danree y Silveira '50-60 [34]
  • Dellepiane '80 [35]

Vietnam

  • Mekong Auto
  • Vinaxuki

See also

This is an incomplete list of lists of companies. ... This page tries to show every car ever made by country and then manufacturer. ...

References

    External links

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