List of manufacturers by motor vehicle production

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Motor vehicles produced by country in 2013

This is a list of manufacturers by motor vehicle production, by year, based on Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (OICA).

Figures include passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, minibuses, trucks, buses and coaches. OICA defines these entries as follows:[1]

  • Passenger cars are motor vehicles with at least four wheels, used for the transport of passengers, and comprising no more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat.
  • Light commercial vehicles (LCV) are motor vehicles with at least four wheels, used for the carriage of goods. Mass given in tons (metric tons) is used as a limit between light commercial vehicles and heavy trucks. This limit depends on national and professional definitions and varies between 3.5 and 7 tons. Minibuses, derived from light commercial vehicles, are used for the transport of passengers, comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat and having a maximum mass between 3.5 and 7 tons.
  • Heavy trucks (HCV) are vehicles intended for the carriage of goods. Maximum authorised mass is over the limit (ranging from 3.5 to 7 tons) of light commercial vehicles. They include tractor vehicles designed for towing semi-trailers.
  • Buses and coaches are used for the transport of passengers, comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat, and having a maximum mass over the limit (ranging from 3.5 to 7 tones) of light commercial vehicles.

Overview[edit]

Motor vehicle production by manufacturer (top five groups)

The summary chart includes the five largest worldwide automotive manufacturing groups as of 2015 by number of vehicles produced. Those same groups have held the top 5 positions since 2007; only Hyundai / Kia had a lower rank until 2006. Figures were compiled by the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA): 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.

2016[edit]

This is a list of largest manufacturers by production in 2016[18]

Rank Group Country Vehicles
1 Toyota Japan 10,213,486
2 Volkswagen Group Germany 10,126,281
3 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 7,889,538
4 General Motors
(with SAIC-GM-Wuling)[d]
United States
(China)
7,793,066
(9,937,434)
5 Ford United States 6,429,485
6 Nissan Japan 5,556,241
7 Honda Japan 4,999,266
8 Fiat Chrysler Italy/United States 4,681,457
9 Renault France 3,373,278
10 Groupe PSA France 3,152,787
11 Suzuki Japan 2,945,295
12 SAIC China 2,566,793
13 Daimler Germany 2,526,450
14 BMW Germany 2,359,756
15 Changan China 1,715,871
16 Mazda Japan 1,586,013
17 BAIC China 1,391,643
18 Dongfeng Motor China 1,315,490
19 Geely China 1,266,456
20 Great Wall China 1,094,360

2015[edit]

Rank of manufacturers by production in 2015[12]

Rank Group Country Vehicles
1 Toyota Japan 10,083,831
2 Volkswagen Group Germany 9,872,424
3 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 7,988,479
4 General Motors
(with SAIC-GM-Wuling)[d]
United States 7,485,587
(9,490,835)
5 Ford United States 6,396,369
6 Nissan Japan 5,170,074
7 Fiat Chrysler Italy / United States 4,865,233
8 Honda Japan 4,543,838
9 Suzuki Japan 3,034,081
10 Renault France 3,032,652
11 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 2,982,035
12 BMW Germany 2,279,503
13 SAIC China 2,260,579
14 Daimler Germany 2,134,645
15 Mazda Japan 1,540,576
16 Changan China 1,540,133
17 Mitsubishi Japan 1,218,853
18 Dongfeng China 1,209,296
19 BAIC China 1,169,894
20 Tata India 1,009,369

2014[edit]

Rank of manufacturers by production in 2014[11]

Rank Group Country Total Cars LCV HCV Buses
1 Toyota Japan 10,475,338 8,788,018 1,405,072 277,159 5,089
2 Volkswagen Group Germany 9,894,891 9,766,293 128,598
3 General Motors United States 9,609,326 6,643,030 2,951,895 10,875 3,526
4 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 8,008,987 7,628,779 280,684 84,387 15,137
5 Ford United States 5,969,541 3,230,842 2,643,854 94,845
6 Nissan Japan 5,097,772 4,279,030 796,992 21,750
7 Fiat Chrysler Italy / United States 4,865,758 1,904,618 2,812,345 102,997 45,798
8 Honda Japan 4,513,769 4,478,123 35,646
9 Suzuki Japan 3,016,710 2,543,077 473,633
10 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 2,917,046 2,521,833 395,213
11 Renault France 2,761,969 2,398,555 363,414
12 BMW Germany 2,165,566 2,165,566
13 SAIC China 2,087,949 1,769,837 265,087 52,715 310
14 Daimler Germany 1,973,270 1,808,125 165,145
15 Changan China 1,447,017 1,089,179 262,797 95,041
16 Mazda Japan 1,328,426 1,261,521 66,905
17 Dongfeng China 1,301,695 745,765 201,667 340,955 13,308
18 Mitsubishi Japan 1,262,342 1,199,823 61,302 1,217
19 BAIC China 1,115,847 538,027 278,949 293,055 5,816
20 Tata India 945,113 614,247 11,399 304,829 14,638

2013[edit]

Rank of manufacturers by production in 2013[20]

Rank Group Country Total Cars LCV HCV Buses
1 Toyota Japan 10,324,995 8,565,176 1,481,722 272,411 5,686
2 General Motors United States 9,628,912 6,733,192 2,890,958 4,762
3 Volkswagen Group Germany 9,379,229 9,259,506 119,723
4 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 7,233,080 6,909,194 242,021 67,290 14,575
5 Ford United States 6,077,126 3,317,048 2,667,220 92,858
6 Nissan Japan 4,950,924 4,090,677 837,331 22,916
7 Fiat Chrysler Italy / United States 4,681,704 2,163,040 2,350,697 124,131 43,836
8 Honda Japan 4,298,390 4,263,239 35,151
9 Suzuki Japan 2,842,133 2,452,573 389,560
10 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 2,833,781 2,445,889 387,892
11 Renault France 2,704,675 2,347,913 356,762
12 BMW Germany 2,006,366 2,006,366
13 SAIC China 1,992,250 1,685,392 231,374 74,431 1,053
14 Daimler Germany 1,781,507 1,631,502 150,005
15 Mazda Japan 1,264,173 1,175,443 88,730
16 Dongfeng China 1,238,948 642,092 226,319 357,414 13,123
17 Mitsubishi Japan 1,229,441 1,090,571 135,306 3,564
18 Changan China 1,109,889 873,794 166,056 70,039
19 Tata India 1,062,654 650,708 279,511 117,425 15,010
20 Geely China 969,896 969,896

2012[edit]

Rank of manufacturers by production in 2012[21]

Rank Group Country Total Cars LCV HCV Buses
1 Toyota Japan 10,104,424 8,381,968 1,448,107 268,377 5,972
2 General Motors United States 9,285,425 6,608,567 2,658,612 7,558 10,688
3 Volkswagen Group Germany 9,254,742 8,576,964 486,544 169,064 22,170
4 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 7,126,413 6,761,074 279,579 70,290 15,470
5 Ford United States 5,595,483 3,123,340 2,394,221 77,922
6 Nissan Japan 4,889,379 3,830,954 1,022,974 35,451
7 Honda Japan 4,110,857 4,078,376 32,481
8 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 2,911,764 2,554,059 357,705
9 Suzuki Japan 2,893,602 2,483,721 409,881
10 Renault France 2,676,226 2,302,769 373,457
11 Chrysler United States 2,371,427 656,892 1,702,235 12,300
12 Daimler Germany 2,195,152 1,455,650 257,496 450,622 31,384
13 Fiat Italy 2,127,295 1,501,979 498,984 85,513 40,819
14 BMW Germany 2,065,477 2,065,216 261
15 SAIC China 1,783,548 1,523,398 190,848 67,805 1,497
16 Tata India 1,241,239 744,067 314,399 165,171 17,602
17 Mazda Japan 1,189,283 1,097,661 91,622
18 Dongfeng Motor China 1,137,950 539,845 245,641 337,545 14,919
19 Mitsubishi Japan 1,109,731 980,001 127,435 2,295
20 Changan China 1,063,721 835,334 166,727 59,978 1,682

2011[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

2008[edit]

This is a list of the 20 largest automotive manufacturers, ranked by their production volume in 2008.[22]

Rank Group Country Vehicles
1 Toyota Japan 9,237,780
2 General Motors United States 8,282,803
3 Volkswagen Group Germany 6,437,414
4 Ford United States 5,407,000
5 Hyundai / Kia[c] South Korea 4,172,461
6 Honda Japan 3,912,700
7 Nissan Japan 3,395,065
8 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 3,325,407
9 Suzuki Japan 2,623,567
10 Fiat Italy 2,524,325
11 Renault France 2,417,351
12 Daimler Germany 2,174,299
13 Chrysler United States 1,893,068
14 BMW Germany 1,439,918
15 Mazda Japan 1,349,274
16 Mitsubishi Japan 1,309,231
17 AvtoVAZ Russia 801,563
18 Tata India 798,265
19 FAW Group[e] China 637,720
20 Subaru Japan 616,497

2007[edit]

This is a list of the 20 largest automotive manufacturers, ranked by their production volume in 2007.[23]

Rank Group Country Vehicles
1 General Motors United States 9,349,818
2 Toyota
(with Daihatsu and Hino)[a]
Japan 8,534,690
(9,497,754)
3 Volkswagen Group Germany 6,267,891
4 Ford United States 6,247,506
5 Hyundai / Kia[c] South Korea 3,987,055
6 Honda Japan 3,911,814
7 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 3,457,385
8 Nissan Japan 3,431,398
9 Fiat Italy 2,679,451
10 Renault France 2,669,040
11 Suzuki Japan 2,596,316
12 Chrysler United States 2,538,624
13 Daimler Germany 2,096,977
14 BMW Germany 1,541,503
15 Mitsubishi Japan 1,411,975
16 Mazda Japan 1,286,730
17 Daihatsu Japan 856,171
18 AvtoVAZ Russia 735,897
19 FAW Group[e] China 690,712
20 Tata India 588,158

2006[edit]

This is a list of the 20 largest automotive manufacturers, ranked by their production volume in 2006.[24]

Rank Group Country Vehicles
1 General Motors United States 8,965,305
2 Toyota
(with Daihatsu and Hino)[a]
Japan 8,036,010
(9,221,357)
3 Ford United States 6,506,847
4 Volkswagen Group Germany 5,684,603
5 Hyundai / Kia[c] South Korea 3,775,749
6 Honda Japan 3,669,514
7 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 3,356,859
8 Nissan[f][25] Japan 3,266,205
9 Chrysler United States 2,544,590
10 Renault France 2,543,649
11 Fiat Italy 2,319,642
12 Suzuki Japan 2,297,277
13 Daimler Germany 2,044,533
14 Mazda Japan 1,396,412
15 BMW Germany 1,366,838
16 Mitsubishi Japan 1,313,409
17 Daihatsu Japan 1,084,721
18 AvtoVAZ Russia 765,627
19 Subaru Japan 587,274
20 Tata India 561,761

2005[edit]

This is a list of the 20 largest automotive manufacturers, ranked by their production volume in 2005.[8]

Rank Group Country Total Cars LCV HCV Buses
1 General Motors United States 9,097,855 5,657,225 3,383,084 46,786 10,760
2 Toyota
(with Daihatsu and Hino)[a]
Japan 7,338,314
(8,446,944)
6,157,038
(6,960,214)
943,129
(1,143,245)
185,910
(285,979)
52,237
(57,506)
3 Ford United States 6,497,746 3,514,496 2,903,920 79,330
4 Volkswagen Group Germany 5,211,413 4,979,487 193,864 32,563 5,499
5 DaimlerChrysler Germany / United States 4,815,593 1,965,410 2,353,989 435,535 60,659
6 Nissan[f] Japan 3,535,345 2,697,362 651,301 179,105 7,577
7 Honda Japan 3,436,164 3,324,282 48,642 63,240
8 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 3,375,366 2,982,690 392,676
9 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 3,091,060 2,726,600 126,836 137,995 99,629
10 Renault France 2,616,818 2,195,162 421,656
11 Suzuki Japan 2,071,707 1,723,022 348,685
12 Fiat Italy 2,037,695 1,539,576 394,900 81,632 21,587
13 Mitsubishi Japan 1,331,060 998,043 328,992 4,025
14 BMW Germany 1,323,119 1,323,119
15 Mazda Japan 1,287,561 1,091,756 193,374 2,431
16 Daihatsu Japan 1,011,249 803,176 194,877 13,196
17 AvtoVAZ Russia 721,492 721,492
18 Dongfeng[g] China 593,055 403,055 180,000 10,000
19 Subaru Japan 591,825 508,281 83,544
20 BAIC[h] China 559,190 559,190

2004[edit]

This is a list of the 20 largest automotive manufacturers, ranked by their production volume in 2004.[7]

Rank Group Country Total Cars LCV HCV Buses
1 General Motors
(with GM Daewoo)[i]
United States 8,066,536
(8,965,476)
4,502,680
(5,372,062)
3,530,767
(3,545,769)
33,089
(36,850)

(10,795)
2 Toyota
(with Daihatsu and Hino)[a]
Japan 6,814,554
(7,874,694)
5,869,629
(6,654,795)
676,399
(853,805)
230,511
(321,763)
38,015
(44,331)
3 Ford United States 6,644,024 3,497,334 3,071,784 73,780 1,126
4 Volkswagen Group Germany 5,095,480 4,892,529 168,840 29,212 4,899
5 DaimlerChrysler Germany / United States 4,627,883 1,913,693 2,368,437 298,708 47,045
6 PSA Peugeot Citroën France 3,405,245 3,004,710 400,535
7 Honda Japan 3,237,434 3,183,269 54,165
8 Nissan[f] Japan 3,230,326 2,423,893 616,278 184,074 6,081
9 Hyundai / Kia South Korea 2,766,321 2,377,546 146,883 128,655 113,237
10 Renault France 2,471,654 2,163,620 308,034
11 Fiat Italy 2,119,717 1,583,501 385,207 119,821 31,188
12 Suzuki Japan 1,976,824 1,639,366 337,458
13 Mitsubishi Japan 1,428,563 1,110,679 310,749 7,135
14 Mazda Japan 1,275,080 1,042,849 228,069 4,162
15 BMW Germany 1,250,345 1,250,345
16 Daihatsu Japan 965,295 785,166 172,731 7,398
17 GM Daewoo South Korea 898,940 869,382 15,002 3,761 10,795
18 AvtoVAZ Russia 717,985 717,985
19 Subaru Japan 601,205 512,953 88,252
20 FAW Group[e] China 587,427 50,009 403,218 125,007 9,193

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Daihatsu (100%) and Hino (50.1%) are subsidiaries of Toyota. OICA listed them combined until 2002, separately from 2003 to 2007, and combined again since 2008.
  2. ^ Truck producers Scania AB and M.A.N. were included by OICA in group totals for 2011[4] and 2012,[5] then removed for the following years;[6] they are excluded from the chart for consistency.
  3. ^ a b c d Hyundai and Kia have operated as a group since 1998 when Hyundai first took 51% control of Kia. However OICA listed their manufacturing figures separately from 2006 to 2008; they are combined here for consistency with previous and subsequent years.
  4. ^ a b Including production figures from the Chinese SAIC-GM-Wuling joint venture,[19] which the OICA left out from the 2015 and 2016 GM total contrary to prior practice; they are combined here to allow for consistent comparison with previous years.
  5. ^ a b c FAW production excluding joint ventures with Volkswagen, Toyota and Mazda
  6. ^ a b c Including production figures from Nissan Diesel as a Nissan subsidiary until 2006 (sold to Volvo in 2007).
  7. ^ Dongfeng production excluding joint venture with Citroën
  8. ^ BAIC production excluding joint ventures with Hyundai and Isuzu
  9. ^ GM Daewoo is a 96% subsidiary of General Motors. OICA listed it separately until 2004, then combined since 2005.

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