Gaurav

14 Car companies controls the automotive world

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Jaguar Landrover is under Tata, but not Merc.

Treks I agree I was also searching for Ferrari, but still posted this slightly inaccurate as I really like the artwork of the designer and at least 95% accuracy of the infographic (when it was made).

DD, Mitsubishi still the 4-5th largest selling car brand in UAE. Probably not here as the title says: 14 Car companies control..... and I believe Mitsubishi is the only one who doesn't have any other company under them. And same goes for your cars made in sheds.

 

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51 minutes ago, Gaurav said:

Jaguar Landrover is under Tata, but not Merc.

Treks I agree I was also searching for Ferrari, but still posted this slightly inaccurate as I really like the artwork of the designer and at least 95% accuracy of the infographic (when it was made).

DD, Mitsubishi still the 4-5th largest selling car brand in UAE. Probably not here as the title says: 14 Car companies control..... and I believe Mitsubishi is the only one who doesn't have any other company under them. And same goes for your cars made in sheds.

 

Fuso trucks built by Mitsubishi.

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On 5/15/2018 at 4:59 PM, desertdude said:

Pagani, Zonda, Konisseg, TVR,Catheram, Lotus all missing or they just didn't include cars built in sheds somwhere in the back country 

Lotus are currently in the process of relaunching in Dubai. They have acquired a new showroom and workshop. I am involved in the  redesign and marketing. Hush hush, just wait and see.....

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3 hours ago, Barry said:

Lotus are currently in the process of relaunching in Dubai. They have acquired a new showroom and workshop. I am involved in the  redesign and marketing. Hush hush, just wait and see.....

One of my best buds had an Evora, never really liked it. But then again I really don't like so called super and hypercars. More than cars I feel they are more of a tool for engineers to wave their dicks around to show theirs is bigger to other exotic manufacturers.

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To a certain extent, without meaning to be crude, what you say is true. Lotus are all about the engineering rather than brute power. Small, light and fast, rather than powerful and boatlike.

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