Amati Cars: The 1973 oil crisis caused the market to shift toward smaller, more fuel-efficient cars, which in turn led to a rise in the popularity of Japanese automobiles in the United States during the 1970s.
Mitsuoka: Japanese automaker Mitsuoka Motor is a unique force in the industry, known for its unusual and distinctive cars that combine contemporary design.
Otomo: During its brief history, the Otomo was a Japanese automobile manufacturer that only built one vehicle. The Otomo automobile, which bears the company's name, was constructed by Mr.
Prince: Prince Motor has an interesting history that began with the Tachikawa Aircraft Company, which was mostly involved in World War II in producing aircraft for the Japanese Army.
Tokyo Electro Automobile: In the 1940s, when the globe moved toward a peacetime economy, about 200 Tachikawa Aircraft employees experienced a major change.
Tommy Kaira: Tommykaira is a Japanese automobile tuning and manufacturing company based in Kyoto that was established in 1968 by Kikuo Kaira and Yoshikazu Tomita.
Vemac : Two workers from Tokyo R&D created the Vemac Car Company in 1998 with the goal of building a road-going version of the parent company's Cadwell lightweight racing car.
Eunos: Mazda debuted Eunos, a unique brand designed to provide a luxurious and pleasurable driving experience.