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Thailand’s Most Popular Car Manufacturers 


Toyota – Toyota Motor Corporation has its headquarters in Toyota, Aichi, Japan and is a Japanese multinational car manufacturer. Toyota’s organizational structure consisted in 2017 of 364,445 employees worldwide and was the tenth largest corporation worldwide in terms of sales by December 2019.


Toyota Motor Thailand Co. , Ltd. is Toyota Motor Corporation’s wholly-owned subsidiary in Thailand, founded in 1962. Toyota began to produce pressed body parts in Thailand in 1979. In 1989, TMT began producing local engines


Honda – Honda Motor Company, Ltd. is a multinational Japanese corporation, mainly known as the automaker, motorcycle and electrical equipment manufacturer


Mitsubishi – Mitsubishi Motors Corporation is a Japanese automotive company based in Minato, Tokyo , Japan. In 2011, Mitsubishi Motors was the sixth-largest automaker in Japan and the nineteenth-largest producer in the world.


Hyundai – The Hyundai Motor Corporation is a South Korean multinational automaker based in Seoul and is commonly known as the Hyundai Motors.

BMW – The German automotive corporation Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, translated into English into the Bavarian Motor Works known as BMW, produces luxury cars and motorcycles.


Mazda – Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese automaker headquartered in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan and is widely known as the Mazda simply.


Audi – Audi AG is a German automaker designing, engineering, manufacturing, marketing and distribution of luxury vehicles. Audi is a Volkswagen Group member and is headquartered in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. Audi branded vehicles are produced worldwide in nine production sites


Suzuki – Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese, Hamamatsu-based multinational corporation. Suzuki produces cars, 4-wheel drive trucks, bikes, all-terrain vehicles, sea boats, wheelchairs and a host of other small domestic combustion engines.



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