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Who ACTUALLY Made Your Car? | WheelHouse

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You may think that you know who made your car, but it’s more complicated than you think…

WheelHouse answers all the questions about the automotive world you never thought to ask. Nolan Sykes looks at the history, sociology and psychology behind the cars you love, and the features you might overlook.

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5 Thoughts to “Who ACTUALLY Made Your Car? | WheelHouse”

  1. Nate Brubaker

    Mazda currently is it’s own entity. They did share parts with Ford in some sedans and SUVs as far as I know.

  2. Daniel Field

    Now let’s talk about the companies that make many of the parts for all the car companies. Denso, Delco, Panasonic, Motorola, Cummins, Duramax, Dana, Borge Warner, Bose, Harmon audio, Brembo, Aisin. The list just goes on and on

  3. Jake Legler

    “Why no Mazda? Why no ford?”
    Guys, you gotta get your priorities straight… WHERES MORGAN?

  4. Abid Hassan

    Corrections :

    1) FCA no longer owns 90% of Ferrari. They have sold all their shares

    2) VW doesn’t directly own Lamborghini. VW owns Audi, Audi owns Lamborghini, Lamborghini owns Ducati

    Fun Fact : Porsche Holding owns VW, which in turn owns Porche (the car company)

  5. Francesco

    Completely left out Ford and Mazda, and Lincoln… and mercury but ok.

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