In what country did Subaru cars start?

Answer Subaru is the automotive division of Fuji Heavy Industries, a Japanese company created from mergers of several companies following World War II. Fuji Heavy Industries was established in Japan in 19... Read More »

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Who makes Subaru cars?

Subaru is made by the automobile manufacturing division of Fuji Heavy Industries Group. The first Subaru model was the 1500 in 1954. Models that followed were the 360, Sambar, 1000, R-2, Rex, Leone... Read More »

What country makes BMW cars?

BMW is a German-based company; it was founded in Munich, Germany in 1910. Most BMW vehicles are manufactured in Germany, in one of four plants. However, BMW also manufactures some vehicles in the U... Read More »

What country makes Kia cars?

Kia cars come from South Korea. Kia's headquarters is in Seoul, and the company sells its vehicles domestically and internationally. In addition to passenger cars and sport utility vehicles, Kia al... Read More »

Which country makes Saab cars?

Saab Automobile AB has its global headquarters in Trollhättan, Sweden. Although it once owned several manufacturing plants, "production of most Saab cars has being consolidated in the Trollhättan... Read More »