Today, there are quite a number of types and brands of cars circulating in the world market. Especially since Henry Ford introduced the mass-car industry that allowed more car production within a day by introducing a conveyor system in the production process to enable cheap car prices in the consumer market and more affordable. Moreover, more manufacturers are introducing the concept of people's cars.
The models produced are increasingly diverse according to the demands of the consumer's needs, functions and even lifestyle. Beginning with the production of the T-model car that was carried out by Henry Ford to become a people's car in its time, especially in the United States, up to the latest model cars that adopt aircraft technology systems, both up to their security systems.
The following are world-famous car brands.
Mercedes-Benz, often abbreviated to Mercedes, is a car brand from Germany, created in 1926 as a result of the merger between the Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft of Gottlieb Daimler and the company Benz & Cie. from Carl Benz. Nowadays The brand is part of Daimler AG. Passenger cars and vans, vans, buses, trucks (such as the Mercedes-Benz Unimog) and aircraft are produced under the Mercedes-Benz brand. Mercedes-Benz also owns Maybach and Smart, among others. Also, the major shareholder of the new Formula 1 team Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team, which was introduced in the 2010 season, has been a 75.1 percent stake since November 16, 2009 in cooperation with Aabar Investments (of which 25.1% is owned by Mercedes-Benz) was purchased in the Brawn GP team. Mercedes-Benz will supply F1 engines to Williams F1, Force India F1 team in 2018 and their own team Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team.
Venucia (Chinese:啟 辰, Pinyin Qichen) is a trademark of Dongfeng Motor Company of the People's Republic of China. Venucia was founded in September 2010 to provide vehicles developed and produced by Dongfeng-Nissan in China mainly in the domestic market. In November 2011, Dongfeng-Nissan announced the first vehicle in the venucia brand to a compact sedan, which under the name since April 2012 venucia D50 is commercially available. The second model, the five-door compact sedan venucia R50 with hatchback, followed in September 2012. Since September 2014, the Venucia e30 is also an electric vehicle in the trade. This is based on the Nissan Leaf. Since the beginning of 2015, Venucia also offers an SUV with the T70. This is based on the first generation of the Nissan Qashqai.
Devaux Coupe is an Australian car manufacturer based in Beaconsfield in the state of Victoria. The company was founded by industrial designer David J. Clash. Clash chose the company name Devaux after the maiden name of his mother. The company is unrelated to the vehicles of the American De Vaux from the 1930s. With the work on the first and so far only vehicle model, the Devaux Coupé, Clash already began in the late 1980s initially in a backyard workshop. With the increasing success of his design company, work on the vehicle also continued. In the early 2000s, the first prototype was completed, production started in 2001. The only model is based on the design of those of the French coach builders of the 1930s. It is powered by a 4.0 liter V-6 engine of Ford or optionally by a 3.4 liter V-6 engine of Jaguar. With a purchase price of AU $168,000, the Devaux Coupé belongs to the automotive luxury class. The vehicle is currently produced only as right-hand drive and not officially offered in the EU. The seventh built vehicle was nevertheless imported to Germany and delivered in Hamburg.
Ashok Leyland is a large Indian automobile manufacturing company that produces a wide range of trucks, buses, military equipment. Ashok Leyland was founded in 1948. Located in Chennai, India. It is one of the largest Indian companies producing commercial vehicles and components. It is considered the flagship of its parent company - the Hinduja Group, with headquarters in London. Ashok Leyland presents a wide range of products: buses from 18 to 82 seater (double decker), trucks (from 7.5 to 49 tons), special vehicles, as well as diesel engines, military equipment. Activity: In 2010, the company produced 95,337 commercial vehicles and 17,603 engines and generators. The company operates under license from the British company Leyland Motors. In 2007, a joint venture with Nissan was announced. In 2011, Ashok Leyland began to organize a joint venture with the Volzhanin bus factory for the production of buses in the city of Volzhsky, Volgograd Region. On April 21, 2016, Ashok Leyland sold its Czech Avia Ashok Leyland Motors plant to the Czechoslovak Group.