At its beginning, Maserati North America launched with just 32 dealers. But due to the growth of the brand, the sales and service network has nearly quadrupled to 116 dealers representing Maserati in key markets.
Throughout the 1970s, Isuzu expanded its presence in the U.S. and opened a manufacturing plant in North America in 1975. A second plant building diesel engines was opened in 2000. Isuzu had produced more than 21 million diesel engines, which can be found in vehicles all over the world in vehicles manufactured by Renault, Opel, and General Motors. Isuzu also focuses on producing commercial trucks of sizes medium-duty and larger.
In 2005, Hyundai began manufacturing vehicles in America at its facility in Montgomery, Ala. Today, the company has state-of-the-art engineering facilities in Michigan, and design, research, and testing grounds in California. The company’s manufacturing facility produces the popular Sonata and Elantra.
Automobiles were introduced into Honda's U.S. product offering in 1969. In 1979, Honda began manufacturing in America in Ohio. Today, Honda has facilities nationwide that manufacture, assemble, research, and design vehicles and components. The company's nine manufacturing facilities produce many popular models, including the Honda Accord, Civic, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, Element, CR-V and the Acura TL and RDX.
In 1972, Toyota began manufacturing vehicles in America. Today, Toyota has facilities that manufacture, assemble, research, and design vehicles and components in the U.S. The company’s seven U.S. manufacturing facilities produce many popular models, including the Corolla, Camry, Toyota trucks, the Lexus luxury brand, and the Scion brand.