Beginning of Automobile Industry

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Most of the Automobile concerns might know that the Registered Journey of Automobile started from UK back in 1860. Most of the intellectuals worked on the development of a successful Vehicle which could serve the need of the time. As the Journey Started from UK it went on in West (US), Europe (France & Germany), Asia Pacific & so on. Only successful Brands were heard whereas many merged into renowned brands or role down their private projects.

Automobiles successful Market has been revolving from UK, US, Germany, France, Japan, Korea & Now CHINA / Asia Pacific. Companies more or less have been learning from Top seller’s success stories. Almost every follower enhanced features & technology in-accordance to market demand by the passage of time. Companiesfocusing on R&D made it in the top Club of Big producers / sellers.

Today’s Automobile Companies are focusing on innovation based on mainly Safety, Comfort, Luxury& Economy.  There was a time when vehicles were sold through huge advertisements whereas now a days vehicles are sold based upon its Reputation / customer experience of Dealership & Product it-self.

This is the list of the 15 largest publicly-traded car manufacturers by market capitalization as of 23 January 2021, according to CompaniesMarket.

RankGroupReg. baseMarket cap (US dollars)
1TeslaUnited States$772.50 billion
2ToyotaJapan$222.83 billion
3BYDChina$111.32 billion
4VolkswagenGermany$106.55 billion
5NIOChina$95.49 billion
6DaimlerGermany$85.29 billion
7General MotorsUnited States$78.75 billion
8BMWGermany$55.45 billion
9VolvoSweden$51.62 billion
10FerrariItaly$51.24 billion
11Great Wall MotorsChina$50.90 billion
12StellantisNetherlands$50.19 billion
13HyundaiSouth Korea$48.96 billion
14HondaJapan$48.84 billion
15FordUnited States$46.78 billion
Top 10 largest motor vehicle manufacturers by revenue (2019)
RankGroupCountryRevenue (USD)
1VolkswagenGermany$290.2B
2ToyotaJapan$272.3B
3Stellantis
(PSAFCA)
Netherlands$205.6B
4FordUnited States$156B
5HondaJapan$143.1B
6General MotorsUnited States$137.2B
7BMWGermany$116.9B
8DaimlerGermany$104.6B
9NissanJapan$92B
10HyundaiSouth Korea$90.8B

Share Holdings:

It is common for automobile manufacturers to hold stakes in other automobile manufacturers. These ownerships can be explored under the detail for the individual companies.

Notable current relationships include:[citation needed]

Joint ventures

China joint venture

Beijing Automotive Group has a joint venture with Daimler called Beijing Benz, both companies hold a 50-50% stake. Both companies also have a joint venture called Beijing Foton Daimler Automobile.

By Chinese Companies out of China.

Daimler AG and BYD Auto have a joint venture called Denza, both companies hold a 50-50% stake.

The above information has been gathered from different Media sources, Hence any variation in stated information is regretted in Advance.

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