Old European Sports Cars
European cars are considered high class. In spite of the other automotive giants in the US and in Asia, European car brands have managed to maintain their high status, thus becoming an integral part of the world car heritage. They are the definition of aesthetics, impressive performance and long-time tradition. Moreover, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of luxury cars or sports cars are Ferrari, Mercedes or Audi cars.
List & Logos Of Different Country’s Top Car Brands
Each famous car brand dates back to at least 50-60 years, but most of them have been a part of global history for at least a century. This is why they are and will be hard to dethrone in an overall symbolic chart of best (or most famous) worldwide cars.
Fierce competition may come from traditionally American Cadillac or Japanese Lexus, but the cradle of civilization still remains home to the world’s most renowned car brands. Sports cars (Aston Martin, McLaren, Maserati), limousines (S-Class from Mercedes) or highest class luxury cars (Phaeton Gold from Rolls Royce) are still to be found in Europe: Italy, Germany, Great Britain.
The main European car brands list include Mercedes, Audi, BMW, Porsche, Opel, Volkswagen in Germany, Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Ferrari in Italy, Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar in Great Britain. France is the proud owner of Renault, Peugeot and Citroen, whereas smaller countries like Romania or the Czech Republic own the Dacia and the famous Skoda. Sweden is also renowned for high-quality brand Volvo.
Many people say that, in order for a car to function for as long a time as possible, it must be German. Of course, not all German car brands enjoy the same outstanding reputation, but most of them do. Whoever has driven a BMW or has owned an Audi knows they’re into serious stuff. Expensive to maintain, but nonetheless serious. The same is true for costly Porsche or even Mercedes.