Posted on 03/23/22

Patriotic Car Manufacturers And Models Made In The USA

Patriotic Car Manufacturers And Models Made In The USA

You can find many patriotic songs, movies, and clothing. All you need to do is look around. Bruce Springsteen sang "Born in America", Mel Gibson was in The Patriot, Caroline Kennedy wrote the "A Patriot's Handbook", and Old Navy has its patriotic clothing every year. Did you know there are many American-made cars today? Many of them have models that are "the most patriotic," such as the Chevy Silverado and Ford Mustang, Jeep Wranglers, Chevy Corvette Stingray, Ford F-Series trucks, and the Ford Mustang.

Current United States Car Manufacturers

The United States has had its fair share of car manufacturing companies over the years. There are also hundreds of abandoned car manufacturers. There are currently 11 active car manufacturers in America: Ford, Chevrolet Buick, Tesla, and Cadillac.

Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company, an American car manufacturer, marketer, designer and service provider, is a brand of cars. It also makes and markets cars. Henry Ford founded the company in 1903. The current headquarters are located in Dearborn in Michigan.

Ford

Ford is known for making durable and well-respected vehicles.

  • Model T
  • V8
  • Thunderbird
  • Mustang
  • Country Squire
  • Escort
  • Merkur XR4Ti
  • Taurus
  • GT
  • Focus

Lincoln

Lincoln is the luxury Ford Motor Company division. Lincoln vehicles that are notable include:

  • L Dietrich Convertible Coupe
  • KB LeBaron Convertible Roadster
  • Zephyr Coupe-Sedan
  • Continental
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Mark VII

General Motors Company

General Motors Company (GM), an American car manufacturer, is based in Detroit, Michigan. It is responsible for the design, manufacture, marketing, distribution, and sale of vehicles and parts worldwide. GM was established in 1908 (original business) and 2009 (current business and branding) by William C. Durant and Charles Steward Mott.

Chevrolet

Here are some examples of the most popular Chevrolet models:

  • Corvette
  • Nova
  • Camaro
  • Chevelle
  • Impala
  • Cameo Carrier Pickup
  • Series C Classic Six

Buick

These are some of the most beloved Buick cars ever:

  • Skyhawk
  • Skylark Specials
  • Century
  • Riviera
  • GSX Stage 1
  • Roadmaster
  • Wildcat GS
  • Regal
  • Encave
  • Encore

Cadillac

These Cadillac cars are some of the most popular in history.

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  • Series 62 Convertible
  • Eldorado Biarritz
  • Ciel
  • Series 67 Park Avenue
  • DeVille
  • Fleetwood Brougham V8 Coupe

GMC

Chevrolet models can be found in many GMC models. This makes them some of the most sought-after cars. These are:

  • Chevrolet Suburban
  • Yukon XL
  • Acadia
  • Sierra
  • Savana
  • Terrain
  • Sonoma
  • Syclone
  • Canyon
  • Envoy

Stellaris

Stellaris, a multinational conglomerate, includes American brands Jeep Dodge Ram and Chrysler. Each company has experienced multiple ownership changes. The most recent being Fiat Chrysler.

Jeep

In 1941, Christian Meunier founded Jeep. Some of the most popular models are:

  • Wrangler
  • Grand Cherokee
  • Cherokee
  • Wagoneer
  • Gladiator

Dodge/Ram

Timothy Kuniskis founded the original Dodge brand in 1914. Michael Koval created Ram in 2010, a spin-off brand of trucks. These trucks are available in a variety of trim levels, engines, and fuel sources. These are the most popular Dodge models:

  • Dart
  • Charger
  • Viper
  • Avenger
  • Magnum
  • Caliber

Chrysler

Timothy Kuniskis, who was also the founder of Dodge, founded Chrysler in 1925. The following are some of the most popular Chrysler brands throughout the years:

  • New Yorker
  • Imperial
  • Town & Country
  • Windsor
  • Concorde
  • Newport
  • 300

American Manufacturing Brands Are Gone, but Not Forgotten

Many car manufacturers have gone out of business over the years. However, many are still around. These brands are known as defunct because they no longer exist or function. While many of these brands are still in existence, they are no longer being made. These manufacturing brands will be severable by many companies in order to cut costs or file for bankruptcy.

A few of the American manufacturing brands that have since gone out of business that were once popular include:

  • AMC was a popular choice for the Gremlin and Pacer as well as the Hornet.
  • Pontiac was a popular choice for the TransAm and Grand Prix.
  • Mercury was a popular choice for the Sable and Mariner.
  • Suzuki was a popular choice for Sidekick and Samurai.
  • Saab is a popular choice for the Turbo X 9-5 and 9000.
  • Plymouth is well-known for its Voyager, RoadRunner, and Neon.

These brands were popular once, but they have since been discontinued. You may still be able to see some of these American-made cars on the roads today.

Be Patriotic

You can find many American-made cars in your locality by simply looking out your window or driving through your neighborhood. Although it might not be obvious that these cars were made in America, some can only be found at museums.

Art cars, which are vehicles that have been painted with the American flag (including stars and stripes) and red, white, and blue colors, are a popular way to show patriotic pride. These types of cars are featured at festivals all over the globe, including parades for art cars.

What are you doing to show your patriotic spirit and pride?