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The McLaren Technology Centre in Working, Surrey, England is the home of the British auto racing team McLaren Racing Limited. With 183 victories, 12 Drivers' Championships, and 8 Constructors' Championships, McLaren is most known for being a Formula One constructor. It is also the second-oldest operational team and the second-most successful team in the sport, after Ferrari. Along with having won the Canadian American Challenge Cup (Can-Am) sports car racing championship, McLaren has a history of competing in American open wheel racing as both a driver and a chassis builder. The McLaren Group, which owns the majority of the team, is a subsidiary of the team.

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One of the first independent vehicle companies to be established in Britain, AC Cars was originally formed under the name Auto Carriers Ltd. The business had several name changes and liquidations due to poor financial circumstances throughout the years, until it took on its current form.

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AC Schnitzer

Aachen, Germany-based AC Schnitzer is a third-party tuning business that specializes on BMW and MINI automobiles as well as BMW motorbikes.

Herbert Schnitzer and Willi Kohl founded the company in 1987. Its product line now includes a motorcycle division and tuning for BMW, Mini, and Land Rover cars. The company has a facility in Aachen that houses various automotive companies, stores, and an upscale restaurant in addition to its customization business. Although the corporation has connections to Schnitzer Motorsport, it is legally and financially an own entity. As a member of the Kohl Group, AC Schnitzer

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Aaglander cars, which resemble vintage models but are actually modern, have been produced in Germany since 2003.
Aaglander, one of the biggest automakers in the world based on global car sales. Aaglander has released precisely one model since the debut of the first automobile.

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The Francisco Abadal-inspired Abadal was a Spanish automobile built between 1912 and 1923. It was regarded as a quick luxury automobile, came in two variants, and closely resembled the Hispano-Suiza. While the other featured a 4521 cc six-cylinder engine, the first had a 3104 cc four-cylinder engine. 

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Carlo Abarth established Abarth in 1949 after purchasing the assets of the failing Cisitalia. For the launch of his new business, Abarth acquired five 204 sports cars, a D46 single seater, and assorted parts.

Italian-Austrian Carlo Abarth established the road and racing automobile manufacturer Abarth & C. S.p.A. in 1949. On a red and yellow backdrop, its logo has a shield with a stylised scorpion on it.

Abarth & C. S.p.A. is a wholly owned subsidiary of FCA Italy S.p.A. (formerly known as Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A.), a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (previously known as Fiat S.p.A.), which oversees the company's European car manufacturing operations.

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Abbott Detroit

Between 1909 and 1919, America produced the luxury car known as the Abbott-Detroit. It was created by John G. Utz, who also created the Chalmers and had previously worked for the Autocar Company and Olds Motor Works. The Abbott used a Continental engine, which was regarded as powerful and well-designed.

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Abt Sportsline

German firm Abt Sportsline is situated in Kempten am Allgäu and specializes in vehicle tuning and racing. ABT primarily works on Audi and the principal Volkswagen Group brands that are connected to it—Volkswagen, koda, and SEAT—modifying them with sports-type suspensions, engine enhancements, lightweight wheels, aerodynamic components, and other things. It has been operating in DTM for over ten years. The brothers Hans-Jürgen Abt (born 1962, Managing Director) and Christian Abt took over running the firm with 170 workers after the passing of their father Johann in 2003. Hans-Jürgen Abt has been the company's manager since 2011.

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Honda is a Japanese carmaker with its luxury and performance branch, Acura, centered mostly in North America. The company began promoting luxury and high-performance vehicles on March 27, 1986, in the United States and Canada.

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The firm may trace its roots to the founding of Arola in 1975, which Aixam purchased out of administration in 1983. The revised 325D was introduced by Aixam in 1984, and the 400D followed in 1985.

Mega began producing a variety of standard-sized automobiles in 1992, but by 2002, this name was only being used to identify a selection of microvans and light utility vehicles that were available in both diesel and electric versions.

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Alfa Romeo

Nicola Romeo, Ugo Stella, and Alexandre Darracq founded the company in 1910. Its headquarters are in Turin, Italy.

Italian automobile makers include Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A. The business was initially known as A.L.F.A. and has been active in auto racing since 1911. Between 1932 until 1986, when it joined the Fiat group, it was controlled by the Italian government's holding corporation Istituto for la Ricostruzione Industriale.

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We love Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen GmbH & Co. KG as a manufacturer of automobiles. Burkard Bovensiepen created the company, which has its headquarters in Germany, in 1965. The company is classified as a manufacturer by the government (they actually build and sell their own cars, even though they are based on BMW cars). Alpina is a BMW-only business and has a strong association with the automaker; it even has space on certain of its assembly lines.

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