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The World’s Top Car Manufacturers by Market Capitalization

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Ever since Apple and other Big Tech companies hit a market capitalization of $1 trillion, many sectors are revving to follow suit—including the automotive industry.

But among those car brands racing to reach this total valuation, some are closer to the finish line than others. This visualization uses data from Yahoo Finance to rank the world’s top car manufacturers by market capitalization.

What could this spell for the future of the automotive industry?

A special hat-tip to Brandon Knoblauch for compiling the original, regularly-updated spreadsheet.

The World’s Top Car Manufacturers

It’s clear one company is pulling far ahead of the pack. In the competition to clinch this coveted title, Tesla is the undoubted favorite so far.

The electric vehicle (EV) and clean energy company first became the world’s most valuable car manufacturer in June 2020, and shows no

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Our Ford Bronco Badge Is Better Than the Rest of the World’s

  • Simply put, Ford cares so much about the look of the new 2021 Bronco that it actually made two different badges—one for the U.S. and one meeting international rules.
  • Ours is bigger, or at least it sticks out a few millimeters farther.
  • This kind of attention to detail bodes well for the new SUV as a whole. Plus, it’s funny.

    Buckle up for a wild ride, because we’re about to talk about international badge homologation regulations! Settle down, settle down. Keep it to a dull roar, and we’ll explain why our Bronco badge is better than everyone else’s.

    It comes down to pedestrian impact rules, and the difference between ours and those in other markets (namely, Europe and China). Other countries say that if a badge protrudes five millimeters, the edges have to be radiused 2.5 millimeters. That presents a problem with the Bronco badge, since there are details—particularly the

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    Motorsport Network Rolls Out A Rewards Program For The World’s Largest Motorsport And Car Fans Community

    World’s first integrated rewards program that will help fans to get something back from their passion for motorsport and cars

    Motorsport Network, the global leader in digital media and experiences for lovers of cars and motorsport, is delighted to announce the launch of Motorsport Rewards.   

    The rewards program has been custom built for our customers by Motorsport Network’s inhouse technology team so they can earn rewards for doing what they already enjoy, such as reading articles, watching videos, and choosing a race ticketing offer. Once signed into a Motorsport Network platform, customers can earn points towards gift cards, subscriptions, watches, apparel, posters & fine art, sweepstake entries, and digital codes for video games. 

    Every month 56 million users visit Motorsport Network platform from across 81 countries. We help them to feed their passion for racing on Motorsport.com, Motorsport.tv, and Autosport.com as well as Motor1.com and InsideEVs.com in the

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