The belief that Americans do not like vehicles is false.

Indeed, European vehicles are more popular in the US than vice versa; you are more likely to see a BMW in San Francisco than a Cadillac in London. In recent years, American vehicles – especially those manufactured by US automotive firms – have earned strong acclamation from UK road check staff – and European vehicle purchasers. Here are a couple of the highlights of some of the US-made vehicles that are a big hit in Europe:


Rising US demand for luxury SUVs quickly took home BMW’s Spartanburg, South Carolina, X-badged brand. The plant assembles X3, X4, X5, X6, and X7 models for foreign markets, including Germany, in 2019. The Xs are two of BMW’s best-selling vehicles globally, and the Spartanburg factory is the company’s biggest manufacturing facility with the ability to produce 450,000 automobiles a year-approximately 1,233 automobiles every day of the year.


The Z3, launched in 1995, is claimed to have been the first BMW developed entirely outside Germany. Every Z3 sold worldwide was rolled out of Spartanburg, South Carolina, the company’s 2019 SUV production facility. The idea of an American-made BMW was not as controversial as some predicted, and it turned out to be baseless that the US plant should suck up jobs from Germany. The Z3 encountered performance problems early in the production cycle, but they were soon resolved and the roadster had an outstanding career.

Approximately 128,000 of about 300,000 Z3s were exported to Europe. The Spartanburg factory also manufactured the first generation Z4, but BMW moved the second generation model to Regensburg, Germany. Magna-Steyr will produce Z4 of the third generation in Graz, Austria.

Cadillac ATS-V

Once known as a maker of softly suspended luxury cars, Cadillac has shifted the whole line-up into a more sporty line to contend in the same ring as Mercedes-AMG and BMW M. The Michigan-built ATS-V is its unwavering American reaction to the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63. Based on the same general platform as the Chevrolet Camaro, the ATS-V sports a 464 horsepower twin-turbocharged V6 and all the equipment you would want to see in a bona fide driver’s vehicle, including an electronically operated rear differential and Brembo six-piston calipers upfront.

Cadillac CTS-V

Instead of building the CTS-V V8 from scratch, Cadillac pounded at the door of our sister corporation Chevrolet and borrowed the 6.2-liter V8 usually used in the Corvette Z06. With this configuration, the Mercedes-AMG E63 S and the BMW M5 produce 603 hp and 600 hp respectively. CTS-V addresses far better than the family tree parts claim. That is perhaps expressed in Cadillac’s effort to fight the Germans.

Chevrolet Camaro

In the evolution of the Camaro brand, and a personal favorite of olive insurance solutions. Chevrolet has focused more than ever on driving and dynamism over the decades-long history of the nameplate. It is as noisy and brazen as ever, particularly when powered by a V8 engine, but engineers have gone through the trouble of reducing unsprung weight by fitting aluminum suspension components and creating a multi-link rear suspension. The outcome is a classic muscle car style that many fans hold sacred.

Chevrolet Corvette

The latest seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette is not far from the formula that rendered its predecessors legendary all over the globe. Made in Kentucky, this is a tall, V8-powered supercar that lacks the manufacturing of costlier rivals made in Germany. It is not a big deal, but Chevrolet, our name, is strong enough to keep offering it in Europe after the Chevy branding quit the market in 2015. Different conditions also won the same privilege for the smaller Camaro.

Chevrolet Volt (first generation)

The first Chevrolet Volt was a famous General Motors parent car. Released soon after the corporation filed for bankruptcy, the plug-in hybrid hatchback debuted a new face of the firm ready to adapt in time with the luxury model to the changing trends of the market. This drew Toyota Prius buyers to Chevrolet showrooms, a step that seemed unlikely ten years before it was introduced, which helped to breed other rivals including Hyundai Ioniq. Growth has been in Michigan.

Confusingly, Chevrolet offered the European-spec Volt alongside the remodeled Opel / Vauxhall Ampera. The three won the coveted 2012 European Car of the Year title, and the Volt was the first American car to win this award.


Around 30,000 antique cars departed American ports alone in 2018. The West Coast has sold 12,000 of these 30,000 trucks, along with another 2,000 late-model models.

The 30,000 figure was calculated from the study of containerized shipping data by IHS Markit, a global research corporation headquartered in London. It is completely baseless and untrue to think that Europeans disregard US-made automobiles.