Renault was established in 1899 and has specialized in manufacturing different kinds of vehicles including sedan, racecars, vans, tractors, buses, tanks, tractors and trucks. Renault also won European award six times in last four decades.
Popular France branded models include –
• Citroen – C1, DS3, C3, C5 Tourer and C4 Picasso
• Peugot – 208, 208 GTI, 308 and 2008
• Renault – Clio, Clio 200, Megane, Megane RS and Captur
Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Volkwagen from Germany – German engineers have covered the top line of luxury cars. Mercedes has designed the most comfortable, durable and visually spectacular cars with exclusive safety features.
Porsche is widely known as the leading sports car manufacturer around the world. Volkswagen means ‘People’s Car’ in German. Volkswagen group owns brands like Porsche, Bugatti, Skoda, Seat S.A. to name a few.
Audi means “Advantage through technology’. BMW is popular for creating premium and superior cars.
Popular Germany’s branded models include –
• Audi – A3, R8, R8v10, R8 Spyder, A8, TT Roadster and TT Coupe
• BMW – 1,3,5 Series, M5 and M135i
• Mercedes-Benz – S-class, SL-class, SLS, SL 63, E63 AMG, C-class Coupe
• Porsche – 918 Spyder, Boxster, 911 GT2, 911 Turbo, 911 Cabriolet
• Volkswagen – E-Golf, XL1, Golf GTI Cabriolet
Ferrari, Fiat, Maserati, Alfa Romeo and Lamborghini from Italy – Italian cars are well known for its looks and design including sharp corners and sleek curves. Fiat is a comfortable streetcar, but Ferrari is popular as a super car with insane speed. Alfa Romeo racing cars have won various Grand Prix. In luxury sports car section, Maserati resembles Ferrari.
Spyker from Netherland – Spyker is the famous automobile brand with headquarters in Zeewolde, Netherlands.
SEAT, S.A. from Spain – SEAT was established in 1950 and is currently a part of Volkswagen group. Its head office is situated in Martorell. SEAT is also related with rally race and motorsports in the past.