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A look at the top 100 biggest names and companies in the world of automobiles, from the top 50 to the bottom.
What is a Top 100?
In this infographic, we take a look at each of the Top 100 biggest and most influential companies in automotive, including: 1.
Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) (NYSE:TSEL) ($4.5B) Tesla’s stock has jumped nearly 30% this year thanks to its new Model 3 electric car.
The company has also raised $2 billion in a series of Series D funding.
Mercedes Benz (NSU:M) *(NYSE/TSLA:MCLF) The brand has a strong presence in the automotive industry, thanks to the Mercedes-Benz brand name, Mercedes-AMG, and its massive distribution network in the United States.
Toyota Motor Corp (NTDOY:TM) Toyotas global product portfolio includes vehicles like the Prius, Camry, Prius Plug-in, Prizm, Mirai, Prii, Pria, Prio, and more.
Nissan Motor Co (NVS:NNV) With an emphasis on electric vehicles, Nissan’s global brand and vehicle portfolio is dominated by electric and plug-in hybrid models, with the likes of the Leaf, Leaf EV, Leaf R and Nissan LEAF.
Volvo Group (VIA:VOLV) Volvo has a history of producing electric vehicles and has been one of the biggest investors in electric vehicles.
Boeing Co (NASDAQ :BA) Boesch, the Boeing Co. subsidiary that makes the F-18 fighter jet, has a massive portfolio of electric vehicles as well.
DaimlerChrysler (BMW:DDA) Daejon, the parent of Daimler and Mercedes-Chryslers luxury brands, has also invested heavily in electric cars and electric-vehicle technology.
Ford Motor Co (NYSE:F) Ford has been a long-time supporter of electric cars, with its F-150 pickup truck, F-series SUV, Fortuner, F150 Super Duty, F250 and F350 electric vehicles among other products.
Coca-Cola Co (NYSE :KO) A big supporter of clean energy, Coca-Cola has invested heavily into electric cars.
United Technologies Corporation (TSX:UTX) While it has invested in electric-powered trucks, vans and SUVs, United Technologies also owns several electric-related businesses including the Ford Electric and Tesla Motors.
Mossberg (MSFT:MSFT) Mack’s parent company is a strong supporter of the electric vehicle movement and is one of several large American companies that have invested in EVs and clean-energy technologies. 12.
G.E. (GBE:GE) Geely, the world’s largest carmaker, is also a big supporter.
General Electric (NYSE:(NYSE:GE)) The biggest and wealthiest company in the U.S. is also one of America’s most environmentally friendly.
Google (NAS:GOOG) Google is a big proponent of electric vehicle technology, and the company has a huge presence in Asia.
Tyson Foods (SASDAQ:TSY) Tysons parent company has made a lot of money from its SolarCity solar panel business.
Intel (INTC:INTC) Intel is a major supporter of EVs and the clean-tech industry.
Siemens (MARKET:SEM) Sega is one large American player that has invested a lot in EVs.
GM (NYSEARCA:GM) GM is also an important player in the EV space and has invested quite a bit into the technology.
Verizon Communications (NVDA:VZ) Veronica, a subsidiary of Verizon Communications, has invested an awful lot in the electric-car market.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA:FCA) FCA, the German carmaker that makes luxury brands like the Fiat 500, Chrysler 200, and Dodge Ram pickup trucks, has made significant investments in EVs in recent years.
JPMorgan Chase (JPM: JPM) Bank of America is another big supporter, and it has been very active in the clean tech space.