10 Biggest Automobile Companies In The World 2013

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 18 September 2013, 11:51 Hrs
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Bangalore: The credit of designing the first “Self-Propelled Car” goes to Leonardo da Vinci. His invention had surprised everyone. And today, none of us can imagine life without that machine, that is, the automobile.

With the ever increasing competition in the automobile market, many companies are coming up with products that would attract people across the world. There are manufacturers who mint money selling a lot of cars, while there are others that make fortune selling trucks. If Volkswagen is known for biggest car manufacturer globally, then Toyota beats the market by selling highest numbers of trucks in the world.

Among several automobile companies, only few were listed under the best brands. Given below is a list of largest automobile companies in the world, as compiled by 24/7 Wall St.

1. Toyota
Vehicles Produced: 10,104,424
Cars Produced: 8,381,968 (2nd Most)
Overall Rank: 1

Japanese automaker, Toyota was founded by Kiichiro Toyota in 1937. The company is headquartered in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. However, in 2010, the company employed up to 400,000 across the world. It is the largest producer of trucks and 2nd largest manufacturer of cars in the world. The company manufactures 8,381,968 cars annually.  

As of 2013, the company has revenue of ¥22.064 trillion.

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