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Which Brand Owns What? Here Are The World's Major Auto Groups And What They Make

Here in 2020, major automakers connect with other automakers for many reasons. Sometimes an automaker needs help, other times it's just to make themselves the fourth largest automaker in the world. You might be surprised at how large some of these brands really are.


(1: Volkswagen

  • Volkswagen

  • Audi

  • Porsche

  • SEAT

  • Lamborghini

  • Bentley

  • Skoda

  • Bugatti

  • MAN & Scania

  • Ducati

(2: Fiat Chrysler

  • Chrysler

  • Jeep

  • Dodge

  • Alfa Romeo

  • Ram

  • Fiat

  • Maserati

  • Ferrari

  • Lancia

  • Maserati

  • Part of Ferrari


(3: Ford

  • Ford

  • Lincoln







(4: General Motors

  • Chevrolet

  • Buick

  • Cadillac

  • GMC

  • Cruise

  • Holden

  • Wuling


(5: PSA Groupe

  • Peugeot

  • Citroen

  • DS

  • Opel

  • Vauxhall




(6: Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance

  • Renault

  • Alpine

  • Venucia

  • Nissan

  • Infiniti

  • Datsun

  • Mitsubishi

  • Lada



(7: Daimler AG

  • Mercedes-Benz

  • Smart

  • Freightliner

  • Fuso

  • Western Star

  • Thomas Built

  • Setra

  • Bharatbenz

(8: BMW

  • BMW

  • Mini

  • Rolls Royce

  • BMW Motorrad



(9: Toyota Group





(10: Hyundai

  • Hyundai

  • Kia

  • Genesis






(11: Tata Motors

  • Tata

  • Land Rover

  • Jaguar

  • Tata Daewoo





12: Zhejiang Geely

  • Geely Auto

  • Volvo

  • Lynk & Co

  • Polestar

  • Proton

  • Lotus

  • London Taxi Company

  • Yuan Cheng Auto & Terrafugia Flying Cars


(13: Honda

  • Honda

  • Honda Powersport

  • Acura








(14: Toyota Group

  • Toyota

  • Lexus

  • Hino Commercial Vehices

  • Daihatsu

  • 5% of Suzuki

  • 20% of Subaru





(15: Mazda

  • Mazda

  • In 1991, Mazda made luxury cars under the Amati brand, which no longer exists.

  • Autozam, Eunos, and ɛ̃fini were once made by Mazda as well. They are now gone.

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