I bet you didnt know that Volkswagen Group has actually owned 100% of Porsche since 2012, that Tata Motors, an Indian company, owns the reliably unreliable Land Rover, or that McLaren owns... well, McLaren! Who owns the world's most popular car brands here in the USA is about as clear as mud, like the kind you can slide through in your Rolls-Royce (which is owned by BMW). Wait... that's got to be a mistake... there’s no way BMW owns the British icon Rolls-Royce! Are you kidding me? Well, guess what, it's the truth. I’m going to dig into the 12 automaker parent companies and which brands are under their care. This is going to be a fun one. And by the end of this article, you might be surprised who actually made your car!
Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changessssss! That’s right, all things good or bad must come to an end eventually. But the year 2021 means the end of a couple cars that we are seriously sad about. And a couple that the world could do without… Whether you like it or not, there’s a whole bunch of models that won’t make it to 2021, and I'm going to run you through what they are. Listen up! Because these cars are now discontinued!