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Maserati - Officine Alfieri Maserati was founded on December 1st, 1914 in Bologna, Italy. Since then, Maserati has played a consistently important role in the history of sports car culture and its development.

Nearly a century of activity has brought with it glorious achievements both on the road and the track as well as more challenging times, which have helped forge the company’s character and personality. The 3 pronged trident is a masterful logo, that conjures up thoughts of superiority and power. Slogan: Excellence Through Passion
 
Mazda is formally known as Mazda Motor Corporation and they are headquartered in Fuchu, Japan. The company name comes from an early West Asian god, called "Ahura Mazda". The current Mazda logo was created in 1997 and it features a stylized, winged "M" which is meant to symbolize Mazda flying into the future.
Slogans: Zoom-Zoom , Driving Matters. , Drive Together.
McLaren - Bruce McLaren was born in New Zealand in 1937, 26 years later he founded Bruce McLaren Motor Racing, to develop racing vehicles with a competitive edge. McLaren makes a small select line of sports cars which include the McLaren P1, McLaren 650S Coupe, McLaren 650S Spider, 12C and 12C Spider. McLaren has a long successful history in auto racing, with many successes in Formula 1 racing.
Mercedes-Benz - The company was formed when 2 autos merged, Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG) and Benz & Cie. Together the 2 companies combined formed the new Daimler-Benz AG, this merger brought about the legendary automobile named Mercedes-Benz. Over the years the star has changed, yet Mercedes-Benz remains an automotive powerhouse in the industry. Precision German engineering, ensures that a Mercedes will stand the test of time.

In 1998 Mercedes merged with the American company Chrysler to form Daimler-Benz, however in 2007 amid growing tensions in the auto industry, the partnership dissolved. Slogans: Engineered To Move The Human Spirit. , Unlike any other. , The best or nothing.
Mercury no longer makes cars. They are a now defunct division of the American company, Ford Motors. In the summer of 2010, Ford Motors announced the cancelation of the Mercury division. Production ceased at the end of 2010.
 
MG Motors is a British auto manufacturer which has been relaunched with financing from some of the world's largest car manufacturers. The new models of MGs which include the MG 3, MG 6 GT, MG 6 Magnette and MG 6 BTCC Edition are designed and engineered at their 69 acre site located in Longbridge, Birmingham.
Mitsubishi is a Japanese car company that is officially known as Mitsubishi Motors. Mitsubishi has been making cars since 1917 and they have been selling cars in the U.S. since 1981.

The Mitsubishi logo is easily recognized as 3 red diamonds that connect at their tips. Mitsubishi prides itself on fuel efficient cars, crossovers and electric vehicles. Mitsubishi also offers some of the best warranties in the car industry. Slogan: Drive@earth , Wake up and drive.
Morgan Motors - Located in the hills of Malvern, England this British car brand was founded by Henry Morgan. This car company continues to be privately owned and still makes cars by hand. Their winged logo is very striking and demands your attention. Strap line: Driven at Heart.
Nissan, formally known as Nissan Motor Co., LTD. was established in 1933 in Yokohama City, Japan. Today they manufacture cars in 20 Countries and areas around the world.

Nissan has a large line of models which include the 370Z, Evalia, GT-R, Juke, Leaf, Micra, Murano, Navara, Note, NV200, NV300, Pathfinder, Primastar, Pulsar, Qashqai and X-Trail. Slogan: Shift_the way you move. , Defy Ordinary. , Enjoy the ride.
Oldsmobile Slogan: It's not your father's Oldsmobile anymore.
Opel - Adam Opel started making bicycles in 1886, in less than 14 years his German bicycle factory grew into one of the largest bike factories in the world. When he died in 1895, his sons Carl, Wilehelm, Heinrich, Fridich and Ludwig took over the business.

They wanted to start making automobiles, so they acquired Anhaltische Motorwagenfabrik (a German pioneer in the auto industry) . 2 years later they signed a contract with Friedrich Lutzmann, a famous designer. They started making cars in Rüsselsheim soon after.

Now with over 150 years in business, this German auto manufacturer, should know a thing or two about making automobiles. Models include: Adam, Astra, Cabrio, Combo, Corsa, Crossland X, Grandland X, Insignia, Karl, Meriva, Mokka X, Vivaro, and Zafira. Slogans: Opel. Wir leben Autos. , Opel. Fresh Thinking for Better Cars.
Pagani - An Italian maker of super light, super cars that can reach astonishing speeds. Founded in 1992 by Horacio Pagani, who formerly worked for Lamborghini as an engineer.
Peugeot - A famous French auto brand, whose headquarters are located in Paris, France. Founded in 1810 as a coffee mill company, this family owned business, began making automobiles in 1882. Winner of 5 European car of the year awards. Models include: 107, 108, 206+, 2008, 207, 208, 3008, 308, 4007, 4008, 5008, 508, Bipper, iOn, Partner, RCZ and Traveller. Slogans: The best kept automotive secret in America. , Motion & Emotion. , Augmented Technology.
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Porsche - This company founded by Ferdinand Porsche, is a well known European Auto Brand. Porsche vehicles are manufactured in Germany, their headquarters is located in Zuffenhausen. Porsche is well known for making small high performance sports cars. Porsche line of vehicles include the Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera and Cayenne. Slogan: There is no substitute.
Proton is a manufacturer of small cars in Malaysia. Their line of cars includes the: Suprima S ,Preve, Exora, Saga FLX, Exora, Inspira, Persona, Exora Prime and Satria Neo. The Satria Neo is the most eye-catching of the group. Proton's logo is interestingly, a tigers head. Slogan: Dare to change.
Renault - They make small cars that are popular outside of North America, in places like Romania, Russia, Chile,  India, Africa and others. Slogan: Drive the change. , Passion for life.
Rolls Royce - Since 1904 Rolls-Royce has created instantly recognizable motor cars that have made the marquee an enduring icon all over the world. Inspired by some of the most evocative cars ever built, we have the great privilege of taking this legacy into the future. This car brand conjures up an image of the rich and famous, as shown in many movies being chauffeur drven in their Rolls, these who are the few likely to own such an exclusive vehicle.
Saab - A Swedish automaker that is now owned by National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS). They originally manufactured planes and later switched to automobiles.
Saturn Was established in 1985 as a subsidiary of General Motors, they ceased operations on October 31, 2010. Saturn is now a defunct brand.
Seat - Located in Martorelli, Spain the name originally stood for Sociedad Española de Automóviles de Turismo (Partnership of Spanish Touring Automobiles in English) . Now owned by the Volkswagen Group.
Skoda Founded in 1895 by Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement, ŠKODA is one of the world’s oldest car manufacturers, and proudly celebrates over 100 years of production. Based in Mlada Boleslav in the Czech Republic, ŠKODA is now a seven model brand - made up of the Citigo, Fabia, Roomster, Rapid, Octavia, Superb and Yeti. Slogan: Simply Clever
Smart - When you think Smart Car, you should think small, that's because they manufacturer only mini electric cars and micro green cars. Designed to be small, artsy and fun while not breaking the bank.

These cars are more popular in Europe where the roads are smaller and people tend to travel shorter distances. A great car for the single driver or someone who stays close to home. Born from a collaboration between Daimler - Benz and Swatch Group, the name is an acronym for Swatch Mercedes Art. Slogan: open your mind.
Ssang Yong is a Korean manufacturer of automobiles, in fact they were the first to make cars in Korea, the year was 1954. Models of Ssang Yong include the Actyon Sports, Korando, Rexton W, Rodius, Tivoli and XLV.
Subaru is another Japanese auto maker that has taken America by storm. Subaru's seem to have it all with reliability, modern styling, good fuel efficiency and a reasonable starting price Slogans: Subaru. Think, Feel. Drive., Driven By What's Inside., The Beauty of All-Wheel Drive. , Confidence in Motion.
Suzuki - A Japanese automaker that produces some nice reliable, compact cars. Their autos sell well in South American countries like Chile, they also sell well in Europe. They are probably better known for making scooters and motorcycles, which they sell lots of world-wide. Models include the Baleno, Celerio, Ignis, Jimny, Kizashi, S-Cross, Splash, Swift, SX4 and Vitara. Slogan: Way of Life!
Tata Motors - Formerly known as Telco, which stood for (Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company). Established in 1945, Tata is the largest automobile company in India and the 4th largest manufacturer of buses and trucks in the world.

Tata has manufacturing and assembly plants throughout the world. From places like Argentina, South Africa, Thailand, Great Britain they produce vehicles. The bulk of their plants are located inside India, in places like Jamshedpur, Pantnagar, Lucknow, Sanand, Dharwad, and Pune they pump out their cars and trucks. Tata's list of models include the Aria, Vista And Xenon. Tata is also the largest top commercial vehicle manufacturer in India, they specialize in medium and heavy commercial trucks.
Tesla Motors - With Elon Musk at the helm, Tesla has become one of the hottest car brands on the market. These cars are safe, beautiful and all electric. With Tesla, it certainly looks like the car of the future has finally arrived.

Tesla is an exciting brand as the are on the cutting edge of many new technology advancements. Offering cars that are virtually designed to drive themselves, their technology continues to impress.
Toyota - In 1957, when Toyota first came to America, Elvis was king of rock n' roll, big cars with tailfins were "in" and postage stamps were just 3 cents. Today, Toyota is one of the top-selling brands in America. Corolla, Camry are top selling models of Toyota.

Toyota has faced some recent problems in the United States. From a Congressional hearing on safety, to lawsuits regarding sudden acceleration in their vehicles. Toyota may have lust a little luster on their once flawless brand name, yet continues to be known for reliability industry wide. Models of Toyota include: Auris, Avensis, Aygo, C-HR, GT86, Hilux, iQ, Land Cruiser, Prius, ProAce, RAV4, Supra, Verso and Yaris. Slogans: Oh! What a feeling, Toyota! , Moving Forward. , Let's Go Places.
Volkswagen - Ferdinand Porsche was hired to design a "car for the town" (Volkswagen in German), by the National Auto Industry of Germany in 1934. A year later he developed the first prototype, finally in 1940 it was released to the public. The VW38, with its stunningly new rounded look, the New York Times quickly dubbed it "The Beetle". The name stuck and today is an iconic design that is still popular to this day.

Models include: Amarok, Arteon, Beetle, Caddy, California, Caravelle, CC, Eos, Golf, Jetta, Multivan, Nuevo Passat, Passat, Phaeton, Polo, Scirocco, Sharan, T-Cross, T-Roc, Tiguan, Touareg, Touran and UP!. Slogans: Drivers wanted. , Fahrvergnugen , Think small. , Das Auto. (means "The Car" in German)
Volvo has long been known as one of the world's safest cars, yet they used to have a boxy, square look to them that was undesirable to many. Today that's all changed, Volvo now has a sleeker looking design, yet retains all the great safety features they are proud of.

Models include: C70, S60, S80, S90, V40, V60, V70, V90, XC40, XC60, XC70 and XC90. Slogan: Volvo. For life.