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  • Alfa Romeo

    The history of Alfa Romeo, an Italian car manufacturer known for the production of sports cars, began on 24 June 1910 with the foundation in Milan of ALFA (acronym for "Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili"). In 1918 the company changed its name to "Alfa Romeo" following the acquisition of control of the company by Nicola Romeo.

    In 1933 the ownership of Alfa Romeo passed, through IRI, to the Italian State due to the high debt that the company had contracted with banks starting from the previous decade. Alfa Romeo continued to produce cars in a semi-artisanal way until the early 1950s, when it was transformed into a full-fledged automotive industry thanks to the introduction of the assembly line in the production departments.

  • American Motors

    American Motors Corporation (AMC; commonly referred to as American Motors) was an American automobile manufacturing company formed by the merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motor Car Company on May 1, 1954. At the time, it was the largest corporate merger in U.S. history.

    American Motors's production line included small cars - the Rambler American which began as the Nash Rambler in 1950, Hornet, Gremlin, and Pacer; intermediate and full-sized cars, including the Ambassador, Rebel, and Matador; muscle cars, including the Marlin, AMX and Javelin; and early four-wheel drive variants of the Eagle, the first true crossover in the U.S. market.

  • Audi

    Audi est un constructeur automobile allemand, fondé en 1909 sous le nom d'August Horch Automobilwerke GmbH et qui a adopté à partir de 1910 le nouveau nom Audi. Elle appartient au groupe Volkswagen depuis 1964.

  • Austin Healey

    Austin-Healey was an English sports car brand. A 1958 Austin Healey 100-6 The brand was founded in a joint venture created in 1952 by Leonard Lord of the Austin Motor Company division of the British Motor Corporation (BMC for short) and Donald Healey, renowned racing driver, engineer and designer.

  • Autobianchi

    Autobianchi was an Italian car manufacturer, manufacturer of cars and trucks, born in 1955 from the spin-off of the Bianchi car division, then sold to an equal shareholding of Pirelli and FIAT until 1968, when the entire share capital of the company passed in the hands of the Turin auto giant that incorporated it into the Fiat Group, until the brand disappeared from the markets in 1995.

  • Bmw

    BMW is a German manufacturer of motor vehicles and motorcycles, based in Munich. Officially founded in 1917 initially to produce aircraft engines, it has progressively expanded its business to become one of the most important and prestigious car manufacturers in the world, above all for the construction quality and the technological and engineering modernity of its products. In 2017, the BMW Group sold 2505,741 cars and 185,682 two-wheeled motorcycles worldwide.

  • Buick

    Buick is a division of the American automobile manufacturer General Motors. Started by automotive pioneer David Dunbar Buick, it was among the first American marques of automobiles, and was the company that established General Motors in 1908. Before the establishment of General Motors, GM founder William C.

  • Brabham
  • Cadillac

    The Cadillac Motor Car Division is a division of the American automobile manufacturer General Motors Company that designs and builds luxury vehicles. Its major markets are the United States, Canada, and China. Cadillac models are distributed in 34 additional markets worldwide.

  • Chevrolet

    Chevrolet, colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an American automobile division of the American manufacturer General Motors. Louis Chevrolet and ousted General Motors founder William C.

  • Chrysler

    Chrysler was founded on June 6, 1925 by Walter Chrysler, in Highland Park, a suburb of Detroit. Already in 1924 the businessman had launched a first car under his own name, the Chrysler B-70, on the market. One of Chrysler's main merits was that of having introduced the first wind tunnel within the car design process for the first time, to optimize the car's lines according to aerodynamic penetration.

  • Datsun

    The Datsun is an automobile brand owned by Nissan. Datsun's original production run began in 1931. From 1958 to 1986, only vehicles exported by Nissan were identified as Datsun. By 1986, Nissan had phased out the Datsun name, but re-launched it in June 2013 as the brand for low-cost vehicles manufactured for emerging markets.

  • Dodge

    The Datsun is an automobile brand owned by Nissan. Datsun's original production run began in 1931. From 1958 to 1986, only vehicles exported by Nissan were identified as Datsun. By 1986, Nissan had phased out the Datsun name, but re-launched it in June 2013 as the brand for low-cost vehicles manufactured for emerging markets.

  • Fiat

    The brand has a long history, having been founded on 11 July 1899 in Palazzo Bricherasio in Turin as an automobile manufacturer, and then developed its business in numerous other sectors, giving life to what would become the most important financial and Italian private industrialist of the twentieth century, as well as the first holding in the country and, limited to the automotive sector, the largest manufacturer of the European continent and third in the world, after the US General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co., for twenty years, until the explosion of the crisis in the Turin car industry which began in the late 1980s.

  • Ferrari

    Ferrari is an Italian car manufacturer founded by Enzo Ferrari on March 12, 1947 in Maranello, in the province of Modena. Manufacturer of high-end sports and racing cars and engaged in motor sports, it is the most titled in the Formula One world championship, where it has won fifteen drivers' and sixteen constructors' titles, as well as one of the most successful in sports car competitions Prototipo and Gran Turismo as well as the Sport Prototype world championship, with thirteen constructors' titles obtained, and the FIA Endurance world championship, where it holds six GT constructors' titles and four GT drivers' titles.

  • Ford

    Ford Motor Company (commonly known as Ford) is an American multinational automobile manufacturer headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, United States. It was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. The company sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand, and luxury cars under its Lincoln luxury brand. Ford also owns Brazilian SUV manufacturer Troller, an 8% stake in Aston Martin of the United Kingdom and a 32% stake in Jiangling Motors.[5] It also has joint-ventures in China (Changan Ford), Taiwan (Ford Lio Ho), Thailand (AutoAlliance Thailand), Turkey (Ford Otosan), and Russia (Ford Sollers).

  • Honda

    Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese multinational company that mainly produces cars and motorcycles, also known for its research in the field of robotics. With an annual production of over 14 million engines, it ranks among the top manufacturers globally. It is listed on both the Tokyo and New York stock exchanges and various other stock exchanges around the world.

  • Jaguar

    Jaguar is a brand of the British automobile multinational Jaguar Land Rover. Jaguar Cars Ltd. was a British car manufacturer specializing in the sports car sector. Together with the historic Daimler brand, acquired by Jaguar in 1960, it is one of the main suppliers of the British Royal House. Despite the economic vicissitudes and the various changes of ownership over the years, the Jaguar has kept the prestige and style of its cars almost unchanged for decades.

  • Jensen

    Jensen's adventure began in 1931, when the brothers Richard and Alan Jensen took control of WJ Smiths Ltd., a company founded in 1875 and dedicated to the production of wagons and carriages, transforming its name into Jensen Motors Ltd. and converting its production from carriages to cars. The first model produced (1937), called the S type, was a large convertible powered by a 3.6 liter Ford V8 or 4.3 liter Nash inline 8 engine. This model was followed by the sedan, PW from 1946, with Ford mechanics (and a 3.9-liter V8 engine), the Interceptor I series (1949), the 541 (1953), with plastic body and Austin 4-liter engine and the CV-8 of 1962. At the same time, Jensen entered into agreements to produce the A40, Austin-Healey 100 and 3000 for Austin and the P1800 for Volvo.

  • Lancia

    Lancia was officially founded on November 29, 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia (former test driver and former Fiat driver) and his friend Claudio Fogolin. The mythical emblem marked by the steering wheel and the flag - adopted, with various modifications, for over a century - was created by Count Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia, future founder of the Turin Automobile Museum.

  • Lincoln

    Lincoln (formally the Lincoln Motor Company) is the luxury vehicle division of American automobile manufacturer Ford. Marketed among the top luxury vehicle brands in the United States, Lincoln was positioned closely against its General Motors counterpart Cadillac. The division helped to establish the personal luxury car segment with the 1940 Lincoln Continental. Lincoln Motor Company was founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland, naming it after Abraham Lincoln. In February 1922, the company was acquired by Ford,[5][6] its parent company to this day. Following World War II, Ford formed the Lincoln-Mercury Division, pairing Lincoln with its mid-range Mercury brand; the pairing lasted through the 2010 closure of Mercury. At the end of 2012, Lincoln reverted to its original name, Lincoln Motor Company.[6][7] Following the divestiture of Premier Automotive Group (Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin, and Volvo) and the closure of Mercury, Lincoln remains the sole luxury nameplate of Ford Motor Company.

  • Lotus

    Lotus is a British car manufacturer, currently owned by the Chinese holding company Geely Holding Group, based in Hethel, England, in a former air base, famous for its sporting and extreme achievements and for its innovations, thanks to its founder. , Colin Chapman. Owned by him is Lotus Engineering, an engineering consultancy that owns facilities in the United Kingdom, United States, China and Malaysia.

  • Mazda

    Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automaker based in Fuchū, Hiroshima, Japan. In 2015, Mazda produced 1.5 million vehicles for global sales, the majority of which (nearly 1 million) were produced in the company's Japanese plants, with the remainder coming from a variety of other plants worldwide.[5] In 2015, Mazda was the fifteenth largest automaker by production worldwide.

  • Mercedes

    The Mercedes name identifies a car brand founded in 1904 by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft which remained active until 1926. From that date, and following the merger between Daimler and Benz to form Daimler-Benz, the Mercedes brand is in turn it was changed into Mercedes-Benz, a brand still active today and one of the most prestigious in the world commercial automotive sector.

  • Mercury

    Mercury is a defunct division of the American automobile manufacturer Ford Motor Company.Created in 1938 by Edsel Ford, Mercury was marketed as a middle priced brand for nearly its entire existence, bridging the price gap between the Ford and Lincoln model lines.Competing against Oldsmobile within General Motors, Mercury also competed most directly against Chrysler's DeSoto, Hudson and Studebaker.

  • MG

    MG is a British automotive marque founded by Cecil Kimber in the 1920s, and M.G. Car Company Limited was the British sports car manufacturer that made the marque famous. Best known for its open two-seater sports cars, MG also produced saloons and coupés, with engines up to three litres in size. The marque is now owned by state-owned Chinese company SAIC Motor Corporation Limited.

  • Mini

    The Mini is a two-door compact city car that was produced by the British Motor Corporation and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original Mini is considered an icon of 1960s British popular culture.

  • Nissan

    Nissan Motor Corporation, Ltd. abbreviated to Nissan, is a Japanese multinational automaker headquartered in Nishi-ku, Yokohama. The company is present on the automotive market under the Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun brands.

  • NSU

    NSU Motorenwerke AG, or NSU, was a German manufacturer of automobiles, motorcycles and pedal cycles, founded in 1873. Acquired by Volkswagen Group in 1969, VW merged NSU with Auto Union, creating Audi NSU Auto Union AG, ultimately Audi. The name NSU originated as an abbreviation of "Neckarsulm", the city where NSU was located.

  • Oldsmobile

    Oldsmobile was a historic US car manufacturer active from 1897 to 2004 and which was part of the General Motors Group for almost its entire existence; during its activity it produced approximately 35 million cars.

  • Opel

    Opel Automobile GmbH (known simply as Opel) is a German car manufacturer, headquartered in Rüsselsheim am Main in Hesse. He was part, from 1929 to 2017, of the General Motors group, and from 6 March 2017 to 16 January 2021 of the French group PSA, then merged into Stellantis.

  • Peugeot

    Lion-Peugeot is a formerly independent French auto-maker. It is the name under which in 1906 Robert Peugeot and his two brothers, independently of the established Peugeot car business, began to produce automobiles at Beaulieu near Valentigney. In 1910 the two family auto-makers Automobiles Peugeot and Lion-Peugeot merged to form the business Société des Automobiles et Cycles Peugeot, but the merged business continued to use the Lion-Peugeot name for smaller models inherited from the formerly independent business until 1916.

  • Plymouth

    The Plymouth automobile was introduced at Madison Square Garden on July 7, 1928. It was Chrysler Corporation's first entry in the low-priced field previously dominated by Chevrolet and Ford. Plymouths were initially priced higher than the competition, but offered standard features such as internal expanding hydraulic brakes that Ford and Chevrolet did not provide.

  • Pontiac

    Pontiac was an American automobile brand owned, manufactured, and commercialized by General Motors. Introduced as a companion make for GM's more expensive line of Oakland automobiles, Pontiac overtook Oakland in popularity and supplanted its parent brand entirely by 1933.

  • Porsche

    Porsche was officially born in 1931 when Ferdinand Porsche set up his own business but we had to wait for the end of the Second World War - more precisely 1948 - to see the first car built with this brand for the public: the 356, a sports car - available coupé or cabriolet - derived from the Volkswagen Beetle.

  • Renault

    Renault is a French car manufacturer founded in 1898 in Paris on the initiative of the entrepreneur Louis Renault. Established as one of the largest car manufacturers in the country, during the Nazi occupation in World War II it was forced to produce vehicles and armaments for the invading government.

  • Rover

    Rover was an English car manufacturer based in Longbridge, Birmingham, which operated as an independent company from 1877 to 1967; Rover subsequently continued to survive as a brand, first within British Leyland, then in the Austin Rover Group, in the Rover Group and finally in the MG Rover Group.

  • Saab

    Saab Automobile AB is a defunct car manufacturer that was founded in Sweden in 1945 when its parent company, Saab AB, began a project to design a small automobile. The first production model, the Saab 92, was launched in 1949.

  • Simca

    SIMCA was a French car and motorcycle manufacturer, founded in 1934 by Enrico Teodoro Pigozzi, commercially active until 1980 and whose production continued until 1990.

  • Skoda

    Škoda Auto is a Czech car manufacturer, founded in 1923 in Plzeň, as an auto branch of the Škoda Industries, now detached and owned by the Volkswagen AG group.

  • Suzuki

    Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Minami-ku, Hamamatsu, Japan. Suzuki manufactures automobiles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), outboard marine engines, wheelchairs and a variety of other small internal combustion engines. In 2016, Suzuki was the eleventh biggest automaker by production worldwide. Suzuki has over 45,000 employees and has 35 production facilities in 23 countries, and 133 distributors in 192 countries. The worldwide sales volume of automobiles is the world's tenth largest, while domestic sales volume is the third largest in the country.

  • Toyota

    Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation that produces motor vehicles. The headquarters are located in the homonymous city of Toyota. It is the largest automobile company in Japan, with an estimated production of around nine million vehicles per year.

  • Triumph

    The Triumph Motor Company was a British car and motor manufacturing company in the 19th and 20th centuries. The marque had its origins in 1885 when Siegfried Bettmann of Nuremberg formed S. Bettmann & Co. and started importing bicycles from Europe and selling them under his own trade name in London.

  • Volkswagen

    Volkswagen, shortened to VW, is a German motor vehicle manufacturer headquartered in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Founded in 1937 by the German Labour Front, known for their iconic Beetle, it is the flagship brand of the Volkswagen Group, the largest car maker by worldwide sales in 2016 and 2017. The group's biggest market is in China, which delivers 40% of its sales and profits. The German term Volk translates to "people", thus Volkswagen translates to "people's car".

  • Volvo

    Volvo Car Corporation, also called Volvo Cars, is a Swedish car manufacturer that has been in business as an automobile manufacturer since 1927. Initially part of the Volvo Group, the automotive sector was split from it, while retaining the Volvo name since 1999 it has become a parent company Ford, later merged into the Chinese group Geely in 2010.

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