Nearly 12 million vehicles were produced in the United States in 2015. More than half of U.S. vehicle production was from three automakers: Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler. Toyota is the largest manufacturer in the world, and produced 10% of the world’s vehicles and 11% of all light vehicles in the United States. About 13% of the world’s vehicles were produced in the United States.
United States Light Vehicle Production and Total World Vehicle Production Shares, 2015
Notes: World production includes heavy vehicles, which are a small share of total production.
FCA = Fiat Chrysler; FOR = Ford; GM = General Motors; HON = Honda; HYU = Hyundai; KIA = Kia; NIS = Nissan; SUB = Subaru; TOY = Toyota; VW = Volkswagen.
Shanghai AIC, which is included in the “Other” category on the World chart above, is the only other automotive company to hold more than 5% of world production; it had a 6.5% share in 2015.
|Manufacturer||Share of U.S.|
|Share of World|
|Total Production (Million Vehicles)||11.8||90.2|
Source: Ward's Automotive Group.