Chevrolet's flagship Impala debuted in 1959 in the US. It was discontinued on its 60th anniversary.
1973 saw the release of this luxurious car. They're very different. Eight generations separate them, so that's understandable.
First mass-produced vehicle. Its low price—more than 50% lower than the others—boosted sales. For that price, only black was available.
The Honda Accord has seen nine generations since 1976. In the US and Japan, the Honda Civic XL is a best-seller.
Many consider a ten-generation model modern. Japan and the US embraced the 1972 Honda Civic. Critics and purchasers call its ninth generation a masterpiece.
Production ended in 2000. However, many recall the American manufacturer's flagship model. The 1968 Ford Escort promised to be a formidable rally car.
Volkswagen Beetle's century is approaching. The 1938 "ladybird" automobile was named. It's reliable and affordable.
Volkswagen introduced the first Golf in 1974. Since then, it's become Volkswagen's best-selling vehicle and brand icon. 31 million automobiles sold.
Hollywood has promoted the most famous pickup vehicle. The Ford T-Series, which has outperformed its competitors for 12 generations in the US, is a symbol.
This 12-generation Japanese model debuted in 1966. Toyota temporarily called itself Auris in Europe. Toyota Corolla has reclaimed its name.