Category: transportation


Amati [edit] • Amati 300 • Amati 500 • Amati 1000 Autozam[edit] • 1990-1994 Autozam Carol keicar  • 1990-1994 Autozam Revue subcompact car  • 1990-1994 Autozam Scrum microvan  • 1991-1994 Autozam AZ-3 coupe  • 1992-1993 Autozam Clef sedan  • 1992-1994 Autozam AZ-1 mid-engine sports car ɛ̃fini[edit] • 1990-1997 Efini MPV  • 1991-1993 Efini MS-6  • 1992-1997 Efini MS-8 • 1991-1993 Efini MS-9  • 1991-1996 Efini RX-7  Eunos[edit] • 1989 Eunos 100  • 1989 Eunos 300  • Mazda


BMW BMW i3M2 – F87 Coupe (2015 to present) M3 – F80 Sedan (2012 to present) M4 – F82 Coupe, F83 Cabriolet (2013 to present) M5 – F90 Sedan (2017 to present) M6 – F06 Gran Coupé (2012 to present) X5 M – F85 (2014 to present) X6 M – F86 (2014 to present) Current BMW

Daimler AG

Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-AMG, Smart Automobile, Detroit Diesel, Freightliner, Western Star, Thomas Built Buses, Setra, BharatBenz, Mitsubishi Fuso, MV Agusta as well as shares in Denza, KAMAZ and Beijing Automotive Group. The luxury Maybach brand was terminated at the end of 2012, but revived in April 2015 as “Mercedes-Maybach” versions of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and G-Class. Mercedes-Benz Daimler AG

Brunswick Boat Group

Bayliner, Boston Whaler, Lowe Boats, Sea Ray The Boat Group makes Sea Ray, Bayliner and Meridian pleasure boats; Boston Whaler offshore fishing boats; and Crestliner, Cypress Cay, Harris (formerly FloteBote), Lowe, Lund, Princecraft fishing, deck and pontoon boats. Brunswick is one of the largest boat makers by units in Europe, with Quicksilver, Uttern and Valiant Brunswick Boat Group



BYD Company

BYD Automobile BYD Electronic 5.1 BYD (H.K.) Co Ltd 5.2 Shenzhen BYD Electronic Parts Co Ltd 5.3 Shenzhen BYD Microelectronics Co Ltd 5.4 Shenzhen BYD Daimler New Technology Company 5.5 BYD Electronic Co Ltd 5.6 BYD Electronic Hungary Kft 5.7 Foshan Jinhui Hi-tech Optoelectronic Material Co Ltd Subsidiaries Shenzhen BYD Daimler New Technology (50%) Shenzhen BYD Company


American Airlines British Airways Cathay Pacific Finnair Iberia Japan Airlines LATAM Malaysia Airlines Qantas Qatar Airways Royal Jordanian S7 Airlines SriLankan Airlines American Eagle[E] American Airlines Shuttle BA CityFlyer Comair[B] OpenSkies Sun-Air[B] Cathay Dragon Nordic Regional Airlines[C] Iberia Regional[F] Iberia Express J-Air Japan Transocean Air LATAM Argentina LATAM Brasil LATAM Colombia LATAM Chile LATAM Ecuador Oneworld


 Aeroflot  Aerolíneas Argentinas  Aeroméxico[nb 2]  Air Europa  Air France[nb 2][nb 3]  Alitalia  China Airlines  China Eastern Airlines  China Southern Airlines  Czech Airlines  Delta Air Lines[nb 2]  Garuda Indonesia  Kenya Airways  KLM[nb 3]  Korean Air[nb 2]  Middle East Airlines  Saudia  TAROM  Vietnam Airlines  XiamenAir  Austral Líneas Aéreas[citation needed]  Aeroméxico Connect[citation needed] N/A N/A  Alitalia CityLiner[104]  Mandarin SkyTeam

Star Alliance

 Adria Airways[64]  Aegean Airlines[64]  Air Canada[A][64]  Air China[64]  Air India[64]  Air New Zealand[64]  All Nippon Airways[64]  Asiana Airlines[64]  Austrian Airlines[64]  Avianca[64]  Brussels Airlines[64]  Copa Airlines[64]  Croatia Airlines[64]  EgyptAir[64]  Ethiopian Airlines[64]  EVA Air[64]  LOT Polish Airlines[64]  Lufthansa[A][64]  Scandinavian Airlines[A][64]  Shenzhen Airlines[64]  Singapore Airlines[64]  South African Airways[64]  Swiss International Air Lines[64]  TAP Air Portugal[64]  Thai Airways[A][64]  Turkish Star Alliance


A Suzuki Aerio Suzuki Alto Suzuki APV B Suzuki Baleno Suzuki Baleno (2015) C Suzuki Cappuccino Suzuki Cara Suzuki Carry Suzuki Celerio Suzuki Cervo Suzuki Cultus Suzuki Cultus Crescent Suzuki CV1 E Suzuki Equator Suzuki Ertiga Suzuki Escudo Suzuki Esteem F Suzuki Farm Worker Suzuki Forenza Suzuki Fronte Suzuki Fronte 800 Suzuki Fun G Suzuki Suzuki

Groupe PSA -> Vauxhall

Cars 10-4 (1937–1947) 12-4 (1937–1946) 12-14 (1904-) X 12-16 (1904-) X 14 and 14-40 (1922–1927) M & LM 14 (1933–1939) Light Six 14-6 (1938–1948) Light Six 16 (1909-) B 16-20 (1912–1915) A 20 (1908–1912) A 20 (1911–1912) C Prince Henry 20 (1934–1936) Big Six 20-60 (1927–1930) R & T 22 (1912) A 22 (1912–1914) C Groupe PSA -> Vauxhall

Groupe PSA -> Opel

Patent Motor Car, System Lutzmann 4/8 PS “Doktorwagen” Opel 5/12 PS “Puppchen” 12,3-Liter-Rennwagen “Opel 10/30 (10/35) PS” “Laubfrosch” RAK2 Opel Regent P4 Olympia Kadett Super 6 Admiral Bedford Blitz Opel Arena Movano A Vivaro A Movano B Sintra Zafira Tourer C Zafira A HydroGen3 Zafira B HydroGen4 Meriva B Crossland X C Combo Kadett E (Combo A) Combo B Combo C Combo D Meriva A Agila B GT Intermeccanica Indra Groupe PSA -> Opel

Groupe PSA -> DS

DS 3 DS 4 DS 4S DS 5 DS 5LS DS 6 DS 7 C 2013 DS Wild Rubis 2014 DS Divine 2016 DS E-Tense

Groupe PSA -> Citroën

Pre war Kégresse track 7CV (1934–1935) 7C (1935–1940) 7U Rosalie (1935–1937) 8CV Rosalie (1932–1935) 8CV (1933–1934) 8NH (1935–1936) 10CV (1933–1934) 11U Rosalie (1935–1937) 11 (1935–1940) 15 (1935–1936) 15/6 (1939–1955) Type A (1919–1921) Type AC4 (1928–1929) Type AC6 (1928–1929) Type B (1921–1928) Type B2 (1921–1926) Type C C2-C3 (1922–1926) C4 & C6 (1928–1934) Traction Avant (1934–1957) Groupe PSA -> Citroën

Groupe PSA -> Peugeot

108 Peugeot 108 (14921264117).jpg 208 2017 Peugeot 208 Active 1.2 facelift Front.jpg 301 Peugeot 301 1.6 HDi Allure 2014 (19149680399).jpg 308 2018 Peugeot 308 Active 1.2 Front.jpg 408 Peugeot 408 II 02 Auto China 2014-04-23.jpg 508 Peugeot 508 II Genf 2018.jpg 2008 2017 Peugeot 2008 Allure 1.2 Front.jpg 3008 Peugeot 3008 PureTech 130 Active (II) Groupe PSA -> Peugeot

Groupe PSA

Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall

Fiat Chrysler -> Ram Trucks

Ram 700 (2014–present, Mexico only) Ram 1200 (2016–present, Middle East only)[7] Ram Pickup (1500, 2500, 3500, 4500, and 5500) (1981–present) Ram ProMaster (Van 1500, Van 2500, Van 3500, and Chassis/cutaway Cab) (2013–present) Ram ProMaster City (2014–present) Ram ProMaster Rapid (2017–present, Mexico only) Ram 1500 DS Crew Cab facelift in China 2014 2014 Ram 1500 ProMaster Fiat Chrysler -> Ram Trucks

Fiat Chrysler -> Maserati

Maserati Simun[1] Maserati Boomerang[2] Maserati Medici[3] Maserati Medici II[4] Maserati Chubasco[5] Spider Maserati-Opac[6] Maserati Buran[7] Maserati 320S[8] Maserati Kubang GT Wagon[9] Maserati Birdcage 75th Maserati A8GCS[10] Maserati Kubang Maserati Alfieri Tipo 26 Tipo 26B Tipo 26R Tipo 26C Tipo V4 “Sedici Cilindri” Tipo 26M 8C 2800 8C 3000 8CM 6CM 8CTF 4CL 4CLT 250F 350S Fiat Chrysler -> Maserati

Fiat Chrysler -> Lancia

Lancia Delta (1911) Lancia Rally 037 Lancia 2000 A Lancia A112 Lancia Alfa Lancia Appia Lancia Aprilia Lancia Ardennes Lancia Ardea Lancia Artena Lancia Astura Lancia Augusta Lancia Aurelia B Lancia Belna Lancia Beta Lancia Beta (van) Lancia Beta Montecarlo Lancia Beta Trevi Lancia Beta (1909) C Chrysler 300 D Lancia D24 Lancia Dedra Lancia Fiat Chrysler -> Lancia

Fiat Chrysler -> Fiat

1951 Fiat Biposto (Abarth, Bertone) 1954 Fiat Turbina[56] 1956 Fiat 600 Multipla Eden Roc 1957 Fiat 1200 Stanguellini Spider 1961 Fiat 600 Model Y Berlinetta 1964 Fiat 2300 S Coupe Speciale 1967 Fiat 125 Executive Concept 1967 Fiat 125 GTZ 1967 Fiat Dino Parigi 1968 Fiat Abarth 2000[57] 1969 Fiat 128 Coupe 1969 Fiat 128 Fiat Chrysler -> Fiat

Fiat Chrysler -> Dodge

Current lineup Dodge Challenger (1970–1974, 1978–1983 as rebadged Mitsubishi Galant, 2008–present) Dodge Charger (1966–1978, 1983–1987, 2005–present, see also Dodge Super Bee) United States models Many of these have been sold in other countries, but this list represents the history of Dodge production for the main United States market. Dodge 330 (1963–1964) Dodge 400 (1982–1983) Dodge Fiat Chrysler -> Dodge

Fiat Chrysler -> Chrysler

The Chrysler Firepower at the 2006 North American International Autoshow. A Chrysler Imperial at the 2007 Washington Auto Show. The Chrysler Nassau at the 2007 Washington Auto Show. A Chrysler Phaeton at the San Francisco International Auto Show in 2005. Name Year shown Chrysler 200C EV 2009 Chrysler 300 1991 Chrysler 700C 2012 Chrysler Airflite Fiat Chrysler -> Chrysler

Fiat Chrysler -> Alfa Romeo

0–9 Alfa Romeo 4C Alfa Romeo 6C Alfa Romeo 8C Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione Alfa Romeo 12C ALFA 15/20 HP ALFA 12 HP ALFA 15 HP ALFA 20/30 HP ALFA 24 HP Alfa Romeo 33 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale ALFA 40/60 HP Alfa Romeo 75 Alfa Romeo 90 Alfa Romeo 105/115 Series Coupés Alfa Romeo Fiat Chrysler -> Alfa Romeo

Fiat Chrysler -> Abarth

City car 3-door hatchback City Car Cabriolet Sports car Roadster City car ‘Biposto[22]’, 3-door hatchback 2017 Abarth 595 Trofeo 1.4 Front.jpg Abarth 500C rear Poznan 2011.jpg Abarth 124 Spider (17).JPG Abarth 695 biposto.JPG Fiat Abarth 750 Abarth 209A Boano Coupe Abarth race cars Fiat Abarth 1000 1961 Abarth Monomille, rebodied Fiat 600 chassis[23] Cars produced Fiat Chrysler -> Abarth


GE Honda Aero Engines in 2004 and the Honda HA-420 HondaJet, which began production in 2012. Honda has three joint-ventures in China (Honda China, Dongfeng Honda, and Guangqi Honda). the Honda Civic; the Honda CR-V; the Honda Elysion; the Honda Jade; the Honda XR-V the Honda UR-V Honda Civic Honda Jade Honda Elysion Honda XR-V Honda

Ford -> Mercury

Mercury Bobcat (1974-1980, Canada) Mercury Bobcat (1975-1980, United States) Mercury Capri (1970-1977, 1979-1986, 1991-1994) Mercury Comet (1960-1977) Mercury Cougar (1967-1997, 1999-2002) Mercury Colony Park (1957-1991) Mercury Commuter (1957-1968) Mercury Custom Monterey (1955-1956) Mercury Cyclone (1964-1971) Mercury Eight (1938-1951) Mercury Grand Marquis (1992-2011) Mercury LN7 (1982-1983) Mercury Lynx (1981-1987) Mercury Marauder (1969-1970, 2003-2004) Mercury Marquis (1983-1986) Ford -> Mercury

Ford -> Lincoln

Lincoln L-series (1917–1930) Lincoln K-series (1931–1940) Lincoln-Zephyr (1936–1942) Lincoln Custom (1941–1942, 1955) Lincoln H-series (1946–1948) Lincoln Sport (1949–1951) Lincoln Cosmopolitan (1949–1954) Lincoln Lido (1950–1951) Lincoln Capri (1952–1959) Lincoln Premiere (1956–1960) Lincoln (1960) Lincoln Versailles (1977–1980) Lincoln Town Car (1981–2011) Lincoln LS (2000–2006) Lincoln Blackwood (2002) Lincoln Aviator (2003–2005) Lincoln Zephyr (2006) Lincoln Mark LT (USA Ford -> Lincoln

Ford -> Edsel

Edsel Citation Edsel Corsair Edsel Pacer Edsel Ranger Edsel Bermuda Edsel Villager Edsel Roundup Edsel Comet (concept)


Ford Bronco (1981–1987) Ford Capri (1989-1994) ( SA30 ) Ford Corsair (1989–1992, rebadged Nissan Pintara) Ford Falcon (1960–2016) Ford Fairlane(1967-2007) Ford Fairmont (1965–2008) Ford Futura (1962-2008) Ford Maverick (1993–2004, rebadged Nissan Patrol) Ford Meteor (1981–1994) Ford Landau (1973–1976) Ford Laser (1980–2003, Australia & New Zealand) Ford Telstar (1983–1999) Ford Territory (2004–2016) Models in alphabetic order Ford

General Motors -> Ravon (owns 25%)

Ravon Nexia R3 Ravon R4 Chevrolet Damas (1996-present) Chevrolet Labo (1996-present) Chevrolet Captiva (2008-present) Ravon Spark R2 (2010-present) Ravon Cobalt R4 (2013-present)[17] Chevrolet Malibu (2013-present) Ravon Gentra R5 (2013-present) Ravon Nexia R3 (2015-present) Former Models in production Daewoo Tico (1996–2001) Daewoo Nexia (N100, 1996–2008) Daewoo Nexia II (N150, 2008-2016) Chevrolet Tacuma (2008–2009) Chevrolet Epica (2008–2011) General Motors -> Ravon (owns 25%)

General Motors -> Wuling

SAIC-GM-Wuling Wuling Hongtu (LZW 6381) Wuling Sunshine LZW 6371-6376/6390 (LWB)/1027 (pickup) – this is sometimes referred to as the Wuling Zhiguang (之光) Wuling Rongguang (facelifted Wuling Dragon van, Suzuki Carry origins) Wuling Hongtu – Sold as the Chevrolet N200 in South America, Middle East, and North Africa[23] Wuling Xingwang Wuling Liuzhou LZ 110 – license General Motors -> Wuling

General Motors -> GMC

C and E series[4] 1941 New Design series 1947 Blue Chip series 1955 C and K Series 1960 Sprint 1971 Caballero 1978 S-15 1982 Sonoma 1991 Syclone 1991 Sierra 1996 Canyon 2004 L-Series 1960 TopKick 1980 C-Series 1960 Forward 1980s W-Series 1984 T-Series 1994 TopKick 2003 Chevette 1992 CCKW/CCW 1941 AFKWX 1941 DUKW 1942 Yukon General Motors -> GMC

General Motors -> Chevrolet

150 (1953-1957) 210 (1953-1957) 400 (1962-1974) 454 SS (1990-1993) 500 (1983-1995) 1700 (1972-1978) 2500 (1973-1978) 3800 (1972-1978) 4100 (1972-1978) A-10 (1981-1985) A-20 (1985-1996) Advance Design (1947-1955) AK Series (1941-1942) Agile (2009–2015) Ajax (1994-2009) Alero (1999–2004) Apache (1955-1960) Astro (1985–2005) Avalanche (2002–2013) Baby Grand/H-4 (1914-1922) Beauville station wagon (1955-1957) Beauville (van) (1971–1996) B-Series (1966-2003) Bel Air General Motors -> Chevrolet

General Motors -> Cadillac

ATS 2012 CTS 2002 XTS 2012 CT6 2016 Performance Cars ATS-V 2013 CTS-V 2004 CT6-Vsport 2018 SUVs XT5 2016 Escalade 1999 XT4 2018 1902-1903 Cadillac Runabout and Tonneau — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine 1903-1904 Cadillac Model A — 72 in wheelbase single-cylinder engine 1904 Cadillac Models A and B Model A — 72 in General Motors -> Cadillac

General Motors -> Buick

Current lineup Buick Cascada Buick Excelle GT Buick Excelle XT Buick Excelle GX Buick Verano Buick Verano GS Buick Regal Buick Velite 5 Buick LaCrosse Buick Encore Buick Envision Buick Enclave Buick GL6 Buick GL8 Current China Enclave (2008–present) Encore (2013–present) Envision (2016–present) Excelle (2003–present)[48] GL6 (2017–present) GL8 (1999–present)[48] LaCrosse (2007–present) Regal (1999–present)[48] Velite 5 General Motors -> Buick

General Motors

Jie Fang Kuncheng Pickup Jie Fang 1-ton truck Jie Fang 2-ton truck Jie Fang 3-ton truck FAW-GM ACDelco Allison Transmission

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Venucia

e30, EV based on Nissan Leaf (2015-) D60, four-door compact saloon car (2017-) M50V, MPV (2017-) T70, five-door compact CUV (2015-) T90, 3-row mid-size fastback CUV (2016-) The following Venucia vehicles are discontinued products: R30, five-door supermini (2014-2017) R50, five-door subcompact hatchback (2012–2017) based on the Nissan Tiida hatchback R50X, AWD raised hatchback (2013–2017) based Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Venucia

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Dacia

Dacia Logan (2004–present) Dacia Logan MCV (2013-present) Dacia Logan MCV Stepway (2017-present) Dacia Sandero (2008–present) Dacia Sandero Stepway (2009–present) Dacia Duster (2010–present) Dacia Lodgy (2012–present) Dacia Lodgy Stepway (2014–present) Dacia Dokker (2012–present) Dacia Dokker Van (2012–present) Dacia Dokker Stepway (2014–present) Former Dacia 1100 (1968–1972) Dacia 1300 (1969–1979) Dacia 1301 (1970–1974) Dacia D6 (1974–1976) Dacia 1302 Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Dacia

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Mitsubishi

Aircraft Mitsubishi F-1 Mitsubishi F-2 Mitsubishi F-15J Mitsubishi H-60 Mitsubishi MH2000 Mitsubishi MU-2 Mitsubishi MU-300 Diamond Mitsubishi RP-1 Mitsubishi T-2 Mitsubishi Regional Jet Mitsubishi X-2 Shinshin Rockets and spacecraft H-II (rocket) H-IIA (rocket) H-IIB (rocket) HTV-1 Hayato (satellite) Hyflex Kounotori 2 Kounotori 3 Kounotori 4 N-I (rocket) N-II (rocket) Negai (satellite) SDS-1 SDS-4 SELENE Waseda-SAT2 Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Mitsubishi

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Datsun

Datsun Go (2013–present) Datsun Go+ (2013–present) Datsun on-Do (2014–present) Datsun mi-Do (2015–present) Datsun redi-Go (2016–present) Datsun Cross (2018-present) 1 S211 2 SPL212/SPL213 3 SP310/SPL310 3.1 Marketing 4 SP311/SPL311 5 SR311/SRL311 5.1

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Renault

Captur (2013–present) Clio (1990–present) Duster (2011–present) Espace (1984–present) Fluence (2010–present) Kadjar (2015-present) Koleos (2007-present) Kwid (2015-present) Latitude (2011–present) Logan (2004–present) Mégane (1996–present) Pulse (2012–present) Sandero (2007–present) Scénic (1996–present) Talisman (2012–present) Thalia (1999–present) Twingo (1992–present) Twizy (2012-present) Zoe (2012-present) Former vehicles in production Avantime (2001–2003) Fuego (1980–1987) Laguna (1993–2015) Medallion (1988–1989) Modus (2004–2012) Rodeo (1970–1987) Safrane Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance -> Renault

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance

Dec 2010 Nissan Leaf launched in the U.S. and Japan.[43] Oct 2011 Renault Kangoo Z.E. utility van is released in Europe.[44] 2011 Nissan Leaf surpassed the Mitsubishi i MiEV as the best selling all-electric car in history.[45] Dec 2012 Renault Zoe released in France.[46] Feb 2013 Nissan Leaf global sales reached 50,000 units.[47] Jul 2013 Global EV Alliance sales reached Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance

Hyundai -> Genesis Motors

Genesis G90 Full-size luxury car (F) Genesis G80 Executive car (E) Genesis G70 Compact executive car (D)

Hyundai -> Kia (owns 33.88%)

Cadenza/K7 Cee’d/Cee’d SW/pro_cee’d Forte/Cerato/K3 K4 K9/K900/Quoris Optima/Magentis/K5 Pegas Picanto/Morning Ray Rio/Rio5/Pride Soul Stinger Stonic SUVs and vans Kia Carens. Kia Carnival. Kia Sportage. Kia Sorento. Kia Mohave. Carens/Rondo Carnival/Sedona Mohave/Borrego Sorento Sportage Pregio Commercial vehicles Kia Granbird. AM928 – KMC only Granbird – KMC only Bongo, also sold as K2700/Strong/3000S/2500TCI K4000s – KMC only Hybrid Hyundai -> Kia (owns 33.88%)


Accent/Verna Aslan Elantra/Avante/Lantra Eon Ioniq ix20 Grandeur/Azera/XG (Originally a joint project of Hyundai and Mitsubishi) i10/Grand i10 i20 i30 i40 Mistra (Joint project of BAG and Hyundai) Sonata Veloster Xcent Former Atos/Atoz/Santro Coupé/Tiburon/Tuscani Dynasty Excel Equus/Centennial (Originally a joint project of Hyundai and Mitsubishi)[128] Scoupe Genesis Genesis Coupe Getz/Click/Getz Prime/TB i30/i30cw//i30 Tourer/Elantra Touring Lavita/Matrix Marcia Hyundai

Volkswagen Group -> Ducati

Ducati 60 Ducati 60 Sport Ducati 65 Sport Ducati 65T Ducati 65TL Ducati 65TS Ducati 98 Ducati 125 T Ducati 125 TV Ducati 400SS Ducati 748 Ducati 749 Ducati 750 GT Ducati 750 Imola Desmo Ducati 800SS Ducati 848 Ducati 851 Ducati 860 GT Ducati 888 Ducati 899 Ducati 916 Ducati 959 Ducati 996 Ducati Volkswagen Group -> Ducati

Volkswagen Group

1947 Plattenwagen CUPRA Ateca Italdesign Giugiaro Italdesign ZeroUno Italdesign ZeroUno Duerta Volkswagen Ameo Volkswagen Arteon Volkswagen Atlas Volkswagen Beetle Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet Volkswagen CrossFox Volkswagen e-Golf Volkswagen Fox Volkswagen Golf Volkswagen Golf Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet Volkswagen Golf GTD Volkswagen Golf GTE Volkswagen Golf GTI Volkswagen Golf R Volkswagen Golf SportsVan Volkswagen Golf Volkswagen Group

Volkswagen Group -> Škoda

Skoda Fabia, Octavia, Rapid, SEAT Toledo Superb, Yeti, Kodiaq, Karoq, SEAT Ateca transmissions Citigo Rapid (India) Octavia, Superb, Kodiaq Fabia, Rapid Yeti, Octavia Fabia, Yeti Rapid (China) Octavia, Karoq Superb Kodiaq Škoda Kodiaq – SUV (2016–present) Škoda Karoq – compact SUV (2017–present) Škoda Superb III – Executive car (2015–present) Škoda Octavia III – Small family car (2013–present) Volkswagen Group -> Škoda

Volkswagen Group -> SEAT

SEAT 1400 SEAT 850 Sport SEAT 128 Seat Ateca Seat Ateca Car Model SEAT Ronda SEAT Ibiza Mk1 SEAT Toledo Mk1 SEAT Córdoba SX SEAT León Mk1 Cupra R SEAT 1430 SEAT Córdoba SEAT León TDI SEAT Cupra GT SEAT 600 SEAT 600 car model Current Model Range Mii – City Car 3DR (Hatchback) 5DR Volkswagen Group -> SEAT

Volkswagen Group -> Porsche

0–9 9ff GT9 Porsche 64 Porsche-Diesel 218 Porsche 356 Porsche 356/1 Porsche 360 Porsche 550 Porsche 597 Porsche 718 Boxster Porsche 718 Cayman Porsche 901 Porsche 911 Porsche 911 (classic) Porsche 911 GT1 Porsche 911 GT2 Porsche 911 GT3 Porsche 912 Porsche 914 Porsche 914-6 GT Porsche 918 Spyder Porsche 924 Porsche 928 Porsche 930 Volkswagen Group -> Porsche

Volkswagen Group -> Lamborghini

Aventador 2011-present Huracán 2014-present Centenario 2016-present Urus 2018 350 GT 1964–1966 400 GT 1966-1968 Miura 1966–1972 Espada 1968–1978 Islero 1968–1969 Jarama 1970–1976 Urraco 1973–1979 Countach 1974–1990 Silhouette 1976–1979 Jalpa 1981–1988 LM002 1986–1993 Diablo 1990–2001 Murciélago 2001–2010 Gallardo 2003–2013 Reventón 2008-2010 Sesto Elemento 2012 Egoista 2013 Veneno 2013-2014 350 GTV 1963 Flying Star II 1966 400 Volkswagen Group -> Lamborghini

Volkswagen Group -> Bugatti

Volkswagen commissioned Italdesign’s Giorgetto Giugiaro to design a series of concept cars to return the marque to prominence. The first example, the EB 118, was a two-door coupé and was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1998. It was followed by the four-door EB 218 touring sedan, introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in Volkswagen Group -> Bugatti

Volkswagen Group -> Bentley

Car models in current production 2010–present: Mulsanne 2013–present: Flying Spur 2016–present: Bentayga 2018–present: Continental GT (Gen 3) Car models formerly in production 1992–2011: Bentley Brooklands 1998–2003: Arnage 1995–2009: Azure 2003–2011: Continental GT 2005–2012: Continental Flying Spur 2006–2011: Continental GTC 2009-2009: Continental Supersports 2009-2009: Bentley Zagato GTZ[47] 2011–2018: Continental GT (Gen 2) 2011–2018: Continental GT Convertible Volkswagen Group -> Bentley

Volkswagen Group -> Audi

Audi 200 Quattro Audi Coupé Quattro Audi Quattro Audi Quattro Audi Quattro A1 Audi Quattro A2 Audi Quattro A1 Audi Quattro A2 Audi Quattro A1 Audi 80 Quattro Audi Quattro A2 Audi Quattro A1 Audi Quattro A2 Audi Quattro A2 Audi Sport Quattro Audi Quattro A2 Audi Sport Quattro Audi Quattro A2 Audi Sport Quattro Volkswagen Group -> Audi

Toyota -> Ranz

Sichuan FAW Toyota Motor 2000–present 丰田柯斯达 Toyota Coaster 2013–present 丰田普拉多150 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 150 Current production (Changchun) 2013–present 丰田RAV4 XA40 Toyota RAV4 (XA40) Current production (Tianjin) 2014–present 丰田卡罗拉E170 Toyota Corolla (E170) 2015–present 丰田卡罗拉E170 Toyota Corolla Hybrid (E170) 2015–present 丰田皇冠S210 Toyota Crown (S210) 2016–present 丰田威驰XP150 Toyota Vios (XP150) 2016–presentt 丰田威驰FS Toyota Vios FS Former production Toyota -> Ranz

Toyota -> Isuzu (owns 5.9%)

Current passenger vehicle and SUVs in production 2002–present, D-Max Pickup Truck, a top selling diesel sold in the majority of Isuzu markets (excluding North America) 2011–present Isuzu D-Max Second Generation 2013–present Isuzu Mu-X Successor from Isuzu Mu-7, developed from Isuzu D-Max Former passenger vehicle and SUVs production 1953–1962, Minx, Isuzu produced Hillman Minx under licence Toyota -> Isuzu (owns 5.9%)

Toyota -> Subaru (owns 16.66% )

R13 13 3A/3B/3D/3E R1/R2 R14 14 4B/4E R15 5B/5E R1/R2/R3 HD1/HD2/HD3 Double-decker R16 6B/6E H1 R17 7B/7E 7HD 7S R18 8B/8E R21 1M/1S Fuji FA-200 Aero Subaru (1965) – monoplane/light aircraft Fuji/Rockwell Commander 700 (1975) – light transport Fuji KM-2 (1962) – light primary military trainer Fuji LM-1 Nikko (1955) – light communications military aircraft Toyota -> Subaru (owns 16.66% )

Toyota -> Hino Motors

FH 4×2 FN 6×2 double front axle FQ 6×4 low floor FR 6×2 double rear axle Length – 11.98 m (471.7 in) [4] Width – 2.49 m (98.0 in) [4] Height – 3.75 m (147.6 in) [4] FS 6×4 FW 8×4 low floor Length – 11.99 m (472.0 in) [5] Width – 2.49 m (98.0 Toyota -> Hino Motors

Toyota -> Lexus

CT: compact FWD 2011 Lexus CT 200h 2014 Lexus CT 200h IS: compact RWD/AWD 2000 Lexus IS 200/IS 300 2006 Lexus IS 250/IS 250 AWD/IS 300/IS 350/IS 220d 2008 Lexus IS F 2010 Lexus IS 250 C/IS 300 C/IS 350 C/IS F 2011 Lexus IS 220d 2013 Lexus IS 250/IS 350/IS 300h 2015 Lexus IS Toyota -> Lexus

Toyota -> Daihatsu

Current passenger cars Daihatsu Copen Daihatsu Materia Daihatsu Terios Altis (rebadge of Toyota Camry) Atrai (with hybrid vehicle versions) Ayla / Toyota Agya / Toyota Wigo Cast Copen Gran Max Van Luxio Mebius (rebadge of Toyota Prius V) Move Sigra (twins with Toyota Calya) Boon (twins with Toyota Passo) Sirion Tanto Terios (twins with Toyota Toyota -> Daihatsu


Aurion 2006 Avalon 1994 Avensis 1997 Camry 1982 Corolla 1966 Crown 1955 Etios 2010 Levin 2014 Mirai 2015 Prius 1997 Vios 2002 Subcompact Agya 2013 Auris 2006 Aygo 2005 Etios Liva, Etios Cross 2011 (Etios Liva) 2014 (Etios Cross) Prius c 2011 Yaris 1999 Sports car 86 2012 MPV Alphard 2002 Auris Touring Sports 2012 Toyota