Brands info

Acura (luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Honda Motor Company)

Alfa Romeo (Italian manufacturer of cars)

Aston Martin (British manufacturer of luxury sports cars)


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Audi (German manufacturer, subsidiary of Volkswagen Group)

Bentley (British manufacturer of luxury car)

BMW (German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company)

Bugatti (French manufacturer of high performance automobiles)

Cadillac (luxury vehicle marque owned by General Motors)

Caterham (British manufacturer of specialist lightweight sports cars)

Chrysler (is a U.S.-based automobile manufacturer)

Citroen (a major French automobile manufacturer)

Daewoo (the third largest South-Korean automobile manufacturer)

Daihatsu (Japanese manufacturer of cars)

Daimler (was a German engine and later automobile manufacturer)

Dodge (a United States-based brand of automobiles)

Eagle (info not available yet)

Ferrari (Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy)

Fiat (Italian automobile manufacturer and engine manufacturer)

Ford (American multinational corporation based in Dearborn)

GM (United States-based automaker with its headquarters in Detroit)

GMC (manufacturer of trucks, vans, and SUVs)

Holden (automaker that operates in Australia, based in Port Melbourne)

Honda (Japanese automaker, headquartered in Minato)

Hummer (brand of trucks marketed since 1992 by AM General)

Hyundai (the world’s fifth largest automaker as of the end of 2009)

Infiniti (premium or luxury-type division of Japanese automaker Nissan Motors)

Isuzu (Japanese car, commercial vehicle, heavy truck manufacturing company)

Jaguar (British luxury car manufacturer, headquartered in Witley)

Jeep (the oldest off-road vehicle and SUV brand)

Kia (South Korea’s second largest automobile manufacturer)

Koenigsegg (Swedish manufacturer of high-performance sports cars)

Lamborghini (Italian automaker based in the small township of Sant’Agata)

Lancia (Italian automobile manufacturer founded in 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia)

Land Rover (British car manufacturer specialized in four-wheel drive vehicles)

LDV (U.S. classification for trucks with a small payload capacity)

Lexus (luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Toyota Corporation)

Lincoln (luxury brand of Ford Motor Company)

Lotus (British manufacturer of sports and racing cars)

Mangusta (sports car from Italian automobile manufacturer De Tomaso)

Marcos (British sports car manufacturer)

Maserati (Italian luxury car manufacturer established on December 1, 1914)

Mazda (Japanese automotive manufacturer based in Fuchū)

McLaren (a British automotive manufacturer of high performance vehicles)

Mercedes-Benz (German manufacturer of automobiles, buses and trucks)

Mercury (automobile marque of the Ford Motor Company founded in 1939)

MG (British sports car manufacturer, which was founded in 1924)

Micro (first car company from Sri Lanka)

Mini (small car that was made by the BMC and its successors)

Mitsubishi (the 6th largest automaker in Japan and the 17th in the world)

Morgan (British sports car manufacturer)

Navistar (U.S. company that products Trucks, Buses, schoolbuses)

Nissan (multinational automaker headquartered in Japan)

Oldsmobile (brand of automobile produced  by General Motors)

Opel (German automobile company founded by Adam Opel in 1863)

Packard (was an American luxury-type automobile)

Peugeot (major French car brand, part of PSA Peugeot Citroën)

Pontiac (brand of automobile that was produced from 1926 to 2010)

Porsche (German automotive manufacturer of luxury high performance cars)

Proton (Malaysian automobile manufacturer)

Renault (French automaker producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks)

Rolls Royce (British manufacturer of luxury automobiles)

Saab (Swedish car manufacturer owned by Dutch company “Spyker”)

Saturn (automobile manufacturer, established on January 7, 1985)

Scion (marque of vehicles produced by Toyota Motor Corporation)

Seat (Spanish car manufacturer, now owned by the VW Group)

Shelby (American automobile manufacturer founded in 1999)

Skoda (automobile manufacturer in the Czech Republic)

Smart (automotive brand of Daimler AG, is a manufacturer of microcars)

Subaru (Japanese automobile manufacturing division Fuji Heavy Ind.)

Suzuki (Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Hamamatsu)

Tesla Motors (company that manufactures and sells electric vehicles)

Toyota (multinational corporation headquartered in Japan)

TVR (independent British manufacturer of sports cars)

Vauxhall (British car manufacturer owned by General Motors)

Volkswagen (one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers)

Volvo (Swedish builder of commercial vehicles)

Wiesmann (automobile manufacturer in Germany)

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