Japanese Car Models
After World War II, Japanese infrastructure was rebuilt from the ground up with a focus on manufacturing. The manufacturing base quickly fulfilled the domestic market, and still had room to grow. Trade restrictions kept many great Japanese car brands out of the market until the 1960's or later, but once they began coming in, American consumers recognized the quality and began buying them in large numbers.
As the Japanese brands became firmly established in the US, there were many alliances between US and Japanese companies and now we have factories in the US that build Japanese cars. More information about Japanese car maker and history can be found at JAMA.
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