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List of automobile sales by model

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a partial list of automobile sales by model. Wherever possible, references to verify the claims have been included, however even figures given by manufacturers may have a degree of inaccuracy or hyperbole. Also note that a single vehicle can be sold concurrently under several nameplates in different markets, as with for example the Nissan Sunny; in such circumstances manufacturers often provide only cumulative sales figures for all models. As a result, there is no definitive standard for measuring sales.

Vehicles listed in italics are those who achieved their figures through sales of a single generation without any major redesign. The most common distinction is to refer to these specifically as the "bestselling vehicles", as opposed to "bestselling nameplates", where sales have been achieved through perpetuation of the brand name across several unrelated generations of automobiles.

The three vehicles most frequently cited as the bestselling automobiles in the world are the Toyota Corolla, Ford F-Series, and the Volkswagen Golf.[1][2][3][4]

A

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
AC 3000ME 1979–1984 Approximately 107 in a single generation.[5] United Kingdom
AC/Shelby Cobra 1961–2004 1,003 in a single generation up to 1967. Figure includes all variations, 6 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe included.[6] United Kingdom
AC Frua 1965–1973 81 in a single generation.[5] United Kingdom
Alfa Romeo 75 1985–1992 386,767 in a single generation.[7] Italy
Alfa Romeo 33 1983–1995 989,324 including sedan, wagon and 4x4 version.[8] Italy
Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 1967–1967 18 of a single generation.[9][10][11] Italy
Alfa Romeo 155 1992–1997 191,949 of a single generation.[12] Italy
Alfa Romeo 156 1997-2005 680,000 in a single generation, with two facelifts. Italy and Thailand
Alfa Romeo Alfasud 1972–1989 1,017,387 Including Alfasud Sprint.[13] Italy, Malaysia, South Africa and Malta
Alfa Romeo Arna 1983–1987 61,750 of a single generation.[14] Italy
Alfa Romeo Brera 2005–2010 21,786 of a single generation.[15] Italy
Alfa Romeo GT 2003–2010 80,832 in a single generation.[15] Italy
Alfa Romeo Montreal 1970–1977 3,917 in a single generation.[16] Italy
Alfa Romeo Spider 1966–1993 124,104, not including the 1993–2004 nor 2006–2010 generation. Italy
Alfa Romeo SZ and RZ 1989–1991
1992–1994
1,036 coupes (SZ)[17] and 278 convertibles (RZ), also accounting for 38 SZ prototypes and test mules.[18] Italy
Alpine A106 1955–1961 251 in a single generation.[19] France
Alpine A108/Willys Interlagos 1958–1965 236 in a single generation.[19] France
Alpine A110 1961–1977 8,139 French produced versions in a single generation.[19][20] France
Alpine A310 1971–1984 11,616 in a single generation.[21] France
Renault Alpine GTA/A610 1986–1995 7,291 in a single generation.[22] France
AMC Gremlin 1970–1978 671,475 of a single generation.[23] United States, Canada and Mexico
AMC Hornet 1970–1977 Bestselling single design and nameplate under the American Motors marque (i.e. not counting Rambler); approximately 860,000 of a single generation.[24][25] Australia, South Africa and Mexico
Audi 80 and 90 1972–1996 4,238,247, accounting for 1,103,766 B1 (1972–1978) built[26] 1,511,099 B2s (1980–88) (exclude figures for B2 Coupé)[27] and 1,623,382 B3s (1987–96)[28][29] Germany and Japan
Audi Coupé/Quattro 1980–1996 248,545, accounting for 174,687[27] B2s (1980–88) and 73,858 B3s (1987–96).[30] Also accounting for 11,452 Quattros (1980–91).[31] Quattro figures include 224 Sport Quattro (S1 pictured), 164 of those sold to private customers.[32] Germany
Audi A3 1996–present 3,000,000th built in July 2013 over three generations.[33] Germany, Brazil, Belgium, Hungary, India and China
Audi A4 1994–present 5,000,000 until 30 March 2011.[34] Germany, Japan, China, India and Indonesia
Audi R8 2007–present 50,700 by the end of 2013[35][36] Germany
Audi A1 2010–present 100,000 on 23 June 2011.[37][38] Belgium
Austin-Healey Sprite 1958–1971 Total of 129,347 produced over three generations.[39] United Kingdom
Austin Allegro 1973–1983 667,192 of a single generation, either as a sedan or estate.[40] United Kingdom, Belgium and Italy
Austin Maestro 1983–1994 605,411;[40] also sold under the Rover and MG marques. United Kingdom and Bulgaria
Austin Metro 1980–1998 First sold as the Austin Mini Metro and later as the Rover Metro and finally the Rover 100; 2,078,718.[40] United Kingdom
Austin Montego 1984–1994 571,460;[40] also sold under the Rover and MG marques. United Kingdom
Autobianchi A111 1969–1972 56,984[41] Italy
Autobianchi A112 1969–1986 1,254,178; also marketed as Lancia A112 in some markets and periods.[42] Italy
Lancia Y10 1985–1995 over 850,000 to 1992, total also accounts for Lancia export version.[43] Italy
Avanti II 1965–1984
1987–1988
An estimated 3,081 in one generation (not counting those made previously by Studebaker).[44] United States

B

Image Automobile Production Sales
BMC ADO16 1962–1974 2,167,783 made under the brand names of Austin, Morris, MG, Riley, Vanden Plas and Wolseley.[40]
BMC ADO17 1964–1975 387,283 made under the brand names of Austin, Morris, and Wolseley.[40]
BMW 326 1936–1941
1946
15,952 in a single generation, 15,936 built under pre-war BMW[45] and 16 post-war under EMW[46]
BMW 328 1936–1940 464 in a single generation.[47]
BMW 327 1937–1941
1946–1955
2,470 in a single generation, 1,965 built under pre-war BMW[48] and 505 post-war under EMW.[46]
BMW 507 1956–1959 253 in a single generation.[49]
BMW 503 1956–1959 413 in a single generation.[50]
BMW 3200 CS 1962–1965 603 in a single generation.[51]
BMW New Class 1962–76 1,191,728 over two generations.[52]
BMW 2000C and 2000CS 1965–69 13,691 in a single generation.[53]
BMW CS 1968–75 30,546 in a single generation.[54]
BMW i3 2013–present OVer 165,000 through December 2019.[55]
BMW i8 2014–present about 20,500 by June 2020.[56]
BMW M1 1978–81 453 in a single generation, including 54 Procar racing cars.[57]
BMW Z1 1989–91 8,000 in a single generation.[58]
BMW Z8 1999–2003 5,703 in a single generation.[59]
BMW 3 Series 1975–present Over 9,500,000 in the first four generations to 2005. A further 2,147,247 sixth generation E90s were produced. The bestselling vehicle from a premium brand.
BMW 5 Series 1972–present Over 5,000,000 in the first five generations to 2009.[60]
BMW 8 Series 1989–99 30,609 produced.[61]
BMW X5 1999–present 1,000,000 in two generations up to June 2010.[62]
Bugatti Type 18 1908, 1912–14 7 in a single generation[63]
Bugatti Type 30 1922–26 About 600 in a single generation[64]
Bugatti Type 35 1925–29 About 343 in a single generation, accounting for a total of 96 Type 35, 139 Type 35A, 50 Type 35C, 13 Type 35T, 45 Type 35B[65]
Bugatti Type 37 1926–30 286 in a single generation.[66]
Bugatti Type 38 1926–27 385 in a single generation[67]
Bugatti Type 39 1925–27 15 in a single generation[68]
Bugatti Type 40 1926–30 Approximately 800 in a single generation[69]
Bugatti Type 41 1927–33 6 in a single generation.[70]
Bugatti Type 50 1931–33 65 in a single generation[71]
Bugatti Type 51 1931–34 40 in a single generation[72]
Bugatti Type 55 1932–35 38 in a single generation.[73][74][75]
Bugatti Type 57 1934–39 685 in a single generation[76]
Bugatti Type 101 1951–56 8 in a single generation.[77]
Bugatti EB110 1991–95 139 in a single generation.[78]
Bugatti Veyron 2005–2015 450 in a single generation.[79]
Buick Apollo 1973–75 112,901 produced.[80]
Buick Centurion 1971–73 110,809 built.[80]
Buick Electra 1959–90 Approximately 3,170,000 produced over six generations including the 1980–1990 Electra Estate.[24][25]
Buick Invicta 1959–63 186,507 built over two generations.[80]
Buick LeSabre 1959–2005 Buick's best selling and longest lasting nameplate; over 6,000,000 built over eight generations.[81]
Buick Riviera 1963–99 1,127,261 built over eight generations.[82]
Buick Special 1936–42
1946–69
Approximately 3,890,000 built over nine generations.[24][83]
Buick Wildcat 1963–70 492,040 produced over two generations.[80]
BYD e6 2010–present 34,862 sold in China through December 2016.[84][85]
BYD F3DM 2008–2013 3,284 units in China through October 2013.[86][87][88]
BYD Qin 2013–present 68,655 in China through December 2016.[89]
BYD Tang 2015–present 49,780 in China through December 2016.[89]

C

Image Automobile Production Sales
Cadillac Cimarron 1982–88 132,499 in a single generation.
Cadillac Allanté 1986–93 21,000 in a single generation.[90]
Cadillac De Ville 1959–2005 Cadillac's best selling and longest running nameplate; approximately 3,870,000 in eight generations excluding early Series 62 hardtops, 1981–1988, 1991–93, and 2000–05. (Total production for 1981–1988, 1991–93 and 2000–05 is unknown but a good guess is over 1,300,000.)[24][25]
Cadillac ELR 2013–2016 2,697 units in the United States through April 2016.[91][92][93]
Checker Marathon 1961–82 10,559 of a single generation not counting taxicabs and private sales for 1961–63, 1976 and 1980–82 (private sales for 1961–62, 1976 and 1980–82 are unknown).[24][25]
Chevrolet Camaro 1967–2002
2010–present
Almost 4,800,000 in five generations.[94]
Chevrolet Caprice 1966–96 Approximately 4,630,000 in four generations excluding 1966–1968 and 1970–76 station wagons (1971–76 station wagons were built on a larger platform), all 1973 except for Caprice Classic, and 1994–96 sedans. (Total production for 1966–1968 and 1970 station wagons, all 1973 except for Caprice Classic and 1994–96 sedans is unknown but a good guess is over 800,000.)[24][25]
Chevrolet Cavalier 1982–2005 Estimated to be over 6,000,000 in three generations; 5,210,123 were sold up to 1999.[95]
Chevrolet Citation 1980–85 1,642,587 produced in a single generation.[96]
Chevrolet Corvair 1960–69 1,835,170 in two generations.[97]
Chevrolet Corvette 1953–present Chevrolet's longest lasting car nameplate; 1,302,401 over six generations not counting 2004 to present.[98] (2004 to present production is unknown.)
Chevrolet Cruze 2008–present 4 million sold worldwide as of April 2016 over two generations.[99]
Chevrolet Impala 1958–85
1994–96
2000–present
Chevrolet's best selling nameplate; over 13,000,000 built over nine generations not counting 2000 to present.[100] (Production for 2000 to present is unknown.); the bestselling car in America in a single year with 1,046,514 sold in 1965 including the Impala SS.[24]
Chevrolet Malibu 1964–1983
1997–present
As of the introduction of the current ninth generation for the 2016 model year, General Motors announced that over 10,000,000 had been sold over the previous eight generations.[101]
Chevrolet Monza 1975–80 731,504 in a single generation[102]
Chevrolet Opala 1968–92 A Brazilian Chevrolet's Icon, 1,000,000 built.
Chevrolet Suburban 1935–present Chevrolet's longest lasting nameplate and the longest lasting nameplate in world history; approximately 1,510,000 in ten generations not counting vehicles sold to U.S. government (National Guard and CCC) prior to 1935, 1935–1965, 1975, 1985, 1994–95 and 2000 to present[103] (sales for 1935–1965, 1975, 1985, 1994–95 and 2000 to 2011 are unknown but a reasonable guess is about 1,600,000).
Chevrolet Vega 1971–77 1,966,157 in a single generation[104]
Chevrolet Volt 2010–2019 Global cumulative sales of about 179,300 units through 2019,[105] plus about 10,000 rebadged variants sold as Opel/Vauxhall Ampera in Europe.[106]
Chrysler Aspen Hybrid October 2008 - November 2009 140 according to unconfirmed source.
Chrysler Newport 1961–81 Chrysler's best selling nameplate; approximately 1,920,000 in five generations (excluding early Newport hardtops).[24][25]
Chrysler TC by Maserati 1989–91 7,300 in a single generation.[107]
Chrysler minivans 1984–present Over 11,000,000 over five generations and across three marques up to 2005; Chrysler (Town and Country, Voyager), Dodge (Caravan) and Plymouth (Voyager).[108]
Chrysler Town & Country 1990–present Approximately 420,000 in five generations excluding 1999 to present and Town and Countries sold as part of earlier series. (Sales for 1999 to 2011 are unknown, although a reasonable guess is over 1,000,000.)[103]
Citroën 2CV 1948–90 3,872,583 in a single design; including commercial variants, the total figure is approximately nine million.[109]
Citroën DS 1955–76 1,455,746; sold 12,000 in a single day upon release at the 1955 Paris Motor Show.[110]
Continental Mark II 1956–57 3,012 of a single generation (only car produced by the short lived Continental division of the Ford Motor Company).[24]
Crosley 1939–42
1946–49
62,210 built over one generation before introduction of series names in 1950 (does not include 1949 Hot Shot).[24][83]

D

Image Automobile Production Sales
Daihatsu Copen 2002–12 Over 56,000 within a single generation.[111][112]
DMC DeLorean 1981–82 An estimated 9,200 over a single generation.[113]
De Tomaso Deauville 1970–1989 355.[114]
De Tomaso Guarà 1993–2004 50 over a single generation including 10 to 12 barchettas and 4 spiders.[115]
De Tomaso Longchamp 1972–89 409.[116]
De Tomaso Mangusta 1967–72 400 over a single generation.[117]
De Tomaso Pantera 1971–91 7,260, best selling and longest running De Tomaso nameplate.[117][118]
De Tomaso Vallelunga 1964–1968 58 over a single generation including aluminum body prototypes and race cars.[119]
DeSoto Custom 1939–42
1946–52
DeSoto's best selling nameplate and, tied with the Deluxe, its longest lasting nameplate; approximately 570,000 in three generations.[24][83]
Dodge Aries/Plymouth Reliant 1981–89 Known as the 'K-cars' after their common platform; 972,216 in a single generation between the two marques.[120]
Dodge Coronet 1949–59
1965–76
Dodge's best selling car nameplate and longest lasting American produced car nameplate; approximately 2,060,000 in six generations not counting 1949–53 4-doors, 1953 coupes, Dodge Chargers and Super Bees. (Production of 1949–53 4-doors and 1953 coupes is unknown but a reasonable guess is about 400,000 total.)[24][25]
Dodge Stealth 1991–96 Badge engineered Mitsubishi 3000GT, 65,303 over a single generation.[121]
Dodge Viper 1992–2006
2008–2010
2012–2017 (2012–2014 as SRT)
28,056 over four generations at a rate of 12 per day up until 2 July 2010 when production ended.[122]

E

Image Automobile Production Sales
Eagle Talon 1990–98 Eagle's best selling car nameplate and longest lasting nameplate; approximately 200,000 over two generations.[123]
Edsel Bermuda 1958 2,235 in one generation.[124]
Edsel Corsair 1958-59 19,305 in one generation.[124]
Edsel Citation 1958 9,299 in one generation.[124]
Edsel Pacer 1958 20,988 in one generation.[124]
Edsel Ranger 1958–60 Edsel's best selling nameplate and, tied with the Villager, its longest lasting nameplate; 50,803 built over two generations.[24]
Edsel Roundup 1958xh 963 in one generation.[124]
Edsel Villager 1958-60 11,884 produced over two generations.[124]
Excalibur Series II 1970–82 2,230 in one generation.[44]

F

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
Facel Vega FV/FVS/HK500 1954–1962 893 in a single design. Accounting for 46 FV1, 152 FV2, 205 FV3 and FV4, 490 HK500.[19]
Facel Vega Excellence 1958–1964 152 in a single design[125]
Facellia 1960–1964 1,500 in a single design.[125]
Facel II 1962–1964 184 in a single design.[19]
Facel III 1963–1964 619 in a single design.[19]
Facel Vega 6 1964 42 in a single design.[19]
Ferrari 166 MM 1948–53 47 in a single generation,[126] including later MM/53 series.
Ferrari 212 Inter 1951–52 78 in a single generation[127]
Ferrari 250 MM 1952–53 31 in a single generation[128] including 18 Berlinetta.[129]
Ferrari 250 GT Coupé 1954–60 526 in four body designs. Europa GT: 35,[130] Boano Coupé: 88,[131] Ellena Coupé: 50[132] and Pinin Farina Coupé: 353.[133]
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta "Tour de France" 1956–59 84 in a single generation with 4 minor variations; accounting for 14 Series I, 9 Series II, 17 Series III and 37 Series IV.[134] Also inclusive are 7 Interims.[135]
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB 1959–63 167 in a single generation[136][137]
Ferrari 250 GT 2+2 1960–63 957 in a single generation with three series.[138]
Ferrari 250 GTO 1962–64 36 in two single body designs, accounting for 33 1962 version[139] and 3 1964 version[140]
Ferrari 250 GT Lusso 1962–64 351[141]
Ferrari 275 1964–68 930 accounting for 200 GTS[142] and 730 GTBs[143] including 4 Competizione Speciale, 330 275 GTB/4 Berlinettas,[144] 10 275 GTB/C[145]
Ferrari 250 LM 1964–65 32 in a single generation[146]
Ferrari Dino 1966–80 10,089, all variations. 150 206 Dino GT.[147] (GT4 accounted for despite the Dino nameplate discontinued in 1976).[148]
Ferrari 365 GTB/4 and 365 GTS/4 1968–73 1,405 in a single generation, 1,383 hard top 365 GTB/4 and 122 soft top 365 GTS/4.[149]
Ferrari 512S and 512M 1970 25 chassis as per regulation; however, some were used as spares.[150]
Ferrari BB 1973–84 2,261 in one single body design, accounts for a total of 327 365 GT4 BB, 927 BB 512 and 1007 BB 512i.[151]
Ferrari 308 GTB and GTS 1975–85 7,412 coupés and targa tops.[152]
Ferrari Mondial 1980–93 6,884[153]
Ferrari Testarossa 1984–96 9,957 in three generations, accounting for 2,280 512 TRs and 500 F512 Ms.[154][155][156][157][158]
Ferrari 288 GTO 1984–87 278, 272 standard version[159] plus 6 Evoluzione variant.[160]
Ferrari F40 1987–93 1,311[161] standard variant
Ferrari 348 1989–95 8,844 coupés and convertibles.[162]
Ferrari 456 1992–2003 3,289 over two generations.[163]
Ferrari 333 SP 1994–2001 39 produced[164]
Ferrari F355 1994–99 11,273 coupés, convertibles and targa tops.[165]
Ferrari F50 1995–97 355 in total, 349 standard road cars[166] plus 6 F50 GT.[167]
Ferrari 550 Maranello 1996–2001 3,083 coupés and 448 convertibles.[163]
Ferrari 575M Maranello 2002–2006 2,064 coupés and 559 convertibles.[168]
Ferrari 360 1999–2004 Bestselling Ferrari in history; 17,653 coupés and convertibles.[169]
Enzo Ferrari 2002–2004 400 in one single generation, not including FXX and Maserati MC12 variants.[170]
Ferrari F430 2004–2009 (estimated) 17,499 in a single generation. Source accounts for 15,000 Berlinettas and Spiders, but only around 2,000 Scuderias and a claimed 499 16Ms[171]
Ferrari FF 2011–2016 800 in its first year of production.[172]
LaFerrari 2013–2018 710 in a single generation.[173]
Fiat 124 1966–1974 Nearly 20,000,000, including foreign production. Italy, Morocco, Taiwan and Malaysia
Fiat 126 1973–2000 4,671,586, including versions built in Poland.[174] Italy and Poland
Fiat 127 1971–83 Fiat's first supermini, 3,730,000, not including sales of licensed or derivative versions by SEAT and Zastava.[175] Italy and Egypt
Fiat 500 1957–75 Known as the Nuova to distinguish it from the earlier Topolino; 4,250,000 in a single design, including license built examples. Italy
Fiat Panda 1980–present over 6,500,000 in the first two generations (still produced).[176] Italy and Poland
Fiat Punto 1993–present Over 8,500,000 as of February 2012.[177] Italy, Poland and Serbia
Fiat Uno 1983–present Approximately 8,800,000 worldwide to 2004 divided in 3 generations;[178] sold over six million in Europe before being replaced by the Punto in 1995.[179] Eighth best selling automobile platform in history. 1st Generation - Italy, South Africa, Brazil, Turkey, Ecuador, Argentina, Morocco, Philippines and Taiwan 2nd generation - All the countries from the First, but with the removal of Taiwan and the addition of Serbia 3rd Generation - only produced in Brazil
Fiat X1/9 1972–89 160,000 in a single design.[180] Italy
Fiat 131 1974–84 1,513,800 sold over three generations (not including examples built under licence in other countries).[181] Italy, Morocco, Taiwan, Indonesia, Venezuela, Colombia, Spain and Poland
Fisker Karma 2011–2012 2,450 in a single design.[182] Finland
Ford Aerostar 1986–97 2,029,577 in two generations.[183] United States
Ford CE14 platform 1981–90 Approximately 4,170,000 over two marques not counting the longer wheelbased Ford Tempo and Mercury Topaz.[25] United States
Ford Cortina 1962–82 Over 4,300,000 in five generations.[184] United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, Taiwan, South Korea and New Zealand
Ford Crown Victoria 1992–2011 Approximately 760,000 over two generations not counting earlier Crown Victorias part of other Ford series and not counting 1999–2011. (Production over 1999–2011 is unknown but a good guess would place it at about 900,000.)[25] Canada
Ford D186 platform 1986–95 Approximately 4,570,000 over two marques excluding Lincoln Continental.[25] United States, China and others.
Ford E-Series 1961–present Formerly known as the Econoline; over 5,000,000.[185] United States and Canada
Ford Escort/(North America) 1968–2003 Almost 20,000,000 worldwide across several platforms and generations; Ford's bestselling car nameplate.[186] Europe - United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, Israel, Taiwan, Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Turkey and Belarus North America - United States, Canada and Mexico
Ford Explorer 1990–present Over 6,000,000 in five generations.[187] United States, Venezuela and Russia
Ford F-Series 1948–present Ford's longest running nameplate. Best-selling vehicle in the United States for the past 32 years.[188]

As of June 2013, over 33,000,000 sold in 12 generations.[189]

United States, Canada and Mexico
Ford Falcon 1960–2016 Over 3,000,000 in six generations to 2003, almost exclusively in Australia and New Zealand.[190] Australia and New Zealand
Ford Fiesta 1976–present Over 15,000,000 in seven generations.[191] Spain, Germany, China, Mexico, Brazil, Taiwan, India, Vietnam, Russia, Venezuela and Thailand
Ford Fiesta 1976–89 Approximately 5,250,000.[192] Spain, Germany and United Kingdom
Ford Focus 1998–present Over 16,000,000 in three generations.[193]
Ford Granada (North America) 1975–82 2,066,336 in two generations.[194]
Ford GT 2005–06 4,038 in one generation.[195]
Ford LTD 1967–86 Approximately 5,530,000 produced over four generations.[24][25]
Ford Model A 1927–31 4,320,446 sales for the successor to the Ford Model T.[196]
Ford Model T 1908–27 16,500,000; the second bestselling single design, and the first to sell five, ten and fifteen million cars.[185]
Ford Mustang 1964–present Over 9,000,000 in five generations. Mustang is Ford Motor Company's longest-running car nameplate. It was introduced on 17 April 1964 at the New York World's Fair.[197]
Ford Puma 1997–2001 Over 130,000 in a single generation.
Ford Ranchero 1957–79 508,355 produced.[198]
Ford Ranger 1983–2011

2018–present

Over 7,000,000 through January 2010.[185][199] United States
Ford Ranger (T6) 2011–present 63,000 sold in first half of 2017 in Asia Pacific. Thailand, South Africa, Nigeria, Vietnam, Argentina, United States
Ford RS200 1984–86 225.[200]
Ford Sierra 1982–93 2,700,500 in two generations.[citation needed]
Ford Taurus 1986–2019 7,519,919 in the first four generations through 2007.[201]
Ford Tempo 1984–94 2,732,542.[202]
Ford Thunderbird 1955–97, 2002–05 4,438,106 across eleven generations.[203]
Ford Transit 1965–present 6,000,000 across seven generations.[204]
Frazer Standard 1947–51 Frazer's best selling nameplate; approximately 90,000 in one generation.[24] United States
FSO Polonez 1978–2002 1,061,807 three generations of Polish car produced in Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych in Warsaw and in 3 other countries.[205] Poland, Egypt, and China

G

Image Automobile Production Sales
GM A platform 1949–54 Approximately 7,970,000 over two marques not counting 1949–51 Pontiac Chieftains.(Production of 1949–51 Pontiac Chieftains is unknown but a reasonable guess is about 350,000.)[24] Tenth best selling automobile platform in history.
GM A platform 1955–57 Approximately 6,070,000 over two marques.[24]
GM A platform 1973–77 Approximately 5,740,000 across four marques.[24]
GM B platform 1961–64 Approximately 9,010,000 across four marques.[24] Sixth best selling automobile platform in history.
GM B platform 1965–70 Approximately 12,960,000 across four marques not counting 1966 full-size Chevrolet station wagons (Production of 1966 full-size Chevrolet station wagons is unknown but a good guess is about 150,000).[24] Fourth best selling automobile platform after the Volkswagen Beetle, Ford Model T and the Lada Riva.
GM B platform 1971–76 Approximately 6,010,000 across four marques not counting full-size station wagons and 1973 Chevrolets. (Production of 1973 full-size Chevrolets is unknown but a good guess is about 800,000 excluding station wagons.)[24][25]
GM B platform 1977–90 Approximately 8,960,000 across four marques.[25] Seventh best selling automobile platform in history.
GM B platform 1991–96 Approximately 780,000 across three marques.[25]
GM D platform 1993–96 Approximately 100,000.[25]
GM J platform 1981–97 Approximately 10,150,000 across eleven marques on six continents, not counting Daewoo Espero sales.[25][206][207][208][208] Fifth best selling automobile platform in history.
GM W platform 1988–2001 Approximately 5,140,000 across four marques not counting 1994 Chevrolet Lumina coupes, 1999–2001 Chevrolet Luminas and 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlos. (Total production of 1994 Chevrolet Lumina coupes, 1999–2001 Chevrolet Luminas and 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlos is unknown but a reasonable guess is about 600,000.)[25]

H

Image Automobile Production Sales
Henry J Deluxe 1951 43,400 of a single generation.[24]
Hindustan Ambassador 1958–2014 Indian-built version of the Morris Oxford; almost 4,000,000 in a single generation to 2004.[209]
Holden Commodore 1978–present 2,500,000 in the first four generations up to 2008.[210]
Honda Accord 1976–present Over 8,000,000 of the first six generations up to 2002 in North America, not including global sales elsewhere.[211]
Honda Beat 1991–1996 Over 33,677 in a single generation[212][213]
Honda Civic 1972–present Over 16,500,000 in eight generations.[214]
Honda CR-V 1996–present Approximately 2,500,000 to September 2006, claims to be the bestselling "entry level crossover SUV".[215]
Honda Fit 2001–present Reached 3,500,000 at the end of September 2010., sold in some markets as the Honda Jazz;[216] the bestselling car in Japan, and the first in that country to outsell the Toyota Corolla since 1969.[217]
Honda NSX 1990–2005 18,531 a single generation.[218]
Honda Prelude 1978–2001 264,842 for first,[219] 623,620 for second and 637,132 for third generation.[220] Total of 826,082 was exported to the United States over five generations.[221]
Honda S600 1964–66 13,084; 11,284 convertibles and 1,800 coupes in three years of production.[222]
Honda S500 1963–64 1,363 during eleven months of production.[222]
Honda S800 1966–70 11,536 from its introduction in 1966 until production ceased in May 1970.[222]
Honda S2000 1999–2009 112,631 over a single generation.[223][224][225][226][227][228][229][230][231][232][233][234][235][236]
Hudson Super 1916–26
1940–42
1946–50
Hudson's best selling nameplate; approximately 600,000 built over five generations not counting 1916–17 and 1940–42. (Production for 1916–17 and 1940–42 is unknown but a reasonable guess is about 80,000.)[24][83]
Hyundai Elantra 1990–present over 10,000,000 in five generations to 2014. Became the 10th nameplate to reach that milestone. Called also "Avante"[237]
Hyundai Accent 1994–present over 5,000,000 in three generations to 2001. Called also "Verna"[238][239]
Hyundai Sonata 1985–present 5,000,000 in six generations to 2010.[238][239]

I

Image Automobile Production Sales
Imperial Crown 1957–70 Imperial's best selling nameplate. Approximately 127,000 sold over three generations.[24]
Iso/BMW/VELAM/Romi Isetta 1953–61 161,728 including licensed variations by BMW, VELAM and Romi. Best selling single cylinder car.[240]

J

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
Jaguar XK120 1948–53 12,064 in a single generation.[241] United Kingdom
Jaguar C-Type 1950–53 54 in a single generation.[241] United Kingdom
Jaguar D-Type 1954–56 87 in a single generation, also accounts for 16 Jaguar XKSS.[242] United Kingdom
Jaguar Mark 1 1955–1959 37,397 in a single generation.[243] United Kingdom
Jaguar XK150 1957–61 83,976 in a single generation.[244] United Kingdom
Jaguar Mark 2 1959–67 9,385 in a single generation.[245] United Kingdom
Jaguar E-Type 1961–74 72,529 in a single generation.[246] United Kingdom
Jaguar XJ 1968– 800,000 to 2005.[247] United Kingdom, South Africa and New Zealand
Jaguar XJS 1975–96 115,413 in two generations.[248] United Kingdom
Jaguar XJR-15 1991 50 in a single generation.[249] United Kingdom
Jaguar XJ220 1992–94 275 in a single generation.[250] United Kingdom
Jaguar XK 1996–2015 209,340 to 2010, accounting for 84,958 XK8 (1996–2004)[251] and 124,382 Jaguar XK up to 2010.[252] United Kingdom
Jaguar X-Type 2001–2009 360,405 in a single generation.[253] United Kingdom
Jaguar XF 2009– 202,700 to 2016.[254] United Kingdom and India
Jeep Cherokee (XJ) 1984–present 2,884,172 in North America until 2001; production continues in China.[255] United States, Egypt, China, Argentina and Venezuela
Jeep CJ 1944–86 Approximately 1,810,000 in seven generations and under three corporate parents.[103] United States and Egypt
Jeep Wrangler YJ:1987–95, TJ:1997–2006, JK:2007-present Approximately 2,700,000+ in three generations with YJ production approximately 557,000 units; TJ production approximately 965,000 units and Total production of the JK from 2007–present is known to exceed 1,000,000 units as of May 2013).[256][257] YJ - United States, Canada, China and Iran TJ - United States, Egypt and China JK - United States, Egypt and limited assembly in Taiwan
Jeep Cherokee (KL) 2013–present Approximately 860.000+ built as off 2017[258] United States and China
Jeep Renegade 1.6 MultiJet 2WD Longitude – Frontansicht, 9. November 2014, Düsseldorf.jpg
Jeep Renegade 2014–present Approximately 709.000+ models built as of 2017[259] Brazil, Italy and China
Jeep Compass -- 03-21-2012 2.JPG
Jeep Compass First Generation - 2006–2017, Second Generation - 2017–present Approximately 730.000+ were built in 2 generations[259] First Generation - United States Second Generation - Brazil, Mexico, China and India
Jensen Intercopter
Jensen Interceptor 1950-57, 1966–76 Total of 6,496 produced over two generations.[39] United Kingdom

K

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
Kaiser Deluxe 1949–53 Kaiser's best selling nameplate; approximately 130,000 built over two generations.[24] United States

L

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
Lada Riva 1980–2013 13,500,000 until exports to Europe were discontinued in 1997; the third bestselling single design. Including production up to the present in both Russia and Egypt, the total is 20,000,000 units.[260] Soviet Union and Egypt
La Marquise 1884 1.[261] Sold to a French army officer, Henri Doriol, in 1906.[261] France
Lagonda 11, 11.9, 12 and 12/24 1913–26 over 6,000.[262]
Lagonda 14/60 and 2-litre Speed 1925–33 1440.[262]
Lagonda 16/65 1926–30 250.[262]
1929 Lagonda 3-litre tourer
Lagonda 3-litre 1928–34 570.[262]
Lagonda 16/80 1928–34 260.[262]
Lagonda Rapier 1933–38 over 515, includes 45 built by Rapier Cars.[263]
Lagonda M45 1935 463, includes 53 M45R Rapide[263]
Lagonda 3.5-litre 1935 65.[263]
Lagonda LG45 1936–37 303, including 25 Rapides.[263]
Lagonda LG6 1938–40 85.[263]
Lagonda V12 1938–40 189.[263]
Lagonda 2.6-Litre 1948–53 510.[264]
Lagonda 3-Litre 1953–58 270.[264]
Lagonda Rapide 1961–64 55.[264]
Lagonda Taraf 2015–16 120.[265]
Lamborghini 350GT 1964–66 135 built.[266][267]
Lamborghini 400GT 1966–68 247 built.[268]
Lamborghini Aventador 2011–present 7000th built in October 2017[269] with the first 1,000 Aventadors being built in 15 months.[270]
Lamborghini Countach 1974–1990 2,042 of all variations, Lamborghini's longest-running nameplate.[271][272][273][274][275]
Lamborghini Diablo 1990–2001 2,903 built.[276]
Lamborghini Espada 1968–78 1,217 built.[277]
Lamborghini Gallardo 2004–13 Bestselling Lamborghini in history; 14,022 coupés and convertibles.[278]
Lamborghini Huracán 2014–present 9000th built in October 2017.[269]
Lamborghini Islero 1968–69 225.[277]
Lamborghini Jalpa 1981–88 410.[279]
Lamborghini Jarama 1970–76 327.[277]
Lamborghini LM002 1986–93 328 built.[277]
Lamborghini Miura 1966–72 764 built.[280]
Lamborghini Murciélago 2001–10 4,099 built.[281]
Lamborghini Reventón 2007–09 20 built.[282]
Lamborghini Silhouette 1976–79 54.[283]
Lamborghini Urraco 1973–79 710.[284][285]
Lancia Stratos 1972–74 495 in a single generation.[286]
Lancia Montecarlo 1975–1978
1980–1981
7,798 in a single generation including 220 037 variants.[287]
Lancia Dedra 1989–2000 418,084 in a single generation.[288]
Lancia Ypsilon 1996–present over 870,000 to 2005.[289]
Land Rover Series/Defender 1948–2015 over 2,000,000 (approx)[290]
Land Rover Range Rover 1970–present 1,000,000 in 3 generations[291]
Range Rover Evoque 2011–present 603.000 built since 2011[292]
Lexus LFA 2010–2012 500 in a single generation[293]
Light Car Company Rocket 1991–1998 55 in a single generation.[294]
Lincoln Continental 1940–42
1946–48
1958–2002
2016
Lincoln's longest running nameplate; approximately 1,600,000 in nine generations not counting 1969 and later Lincoln Mark series and 1999–2002. (Production of 1999–2002 is unknown but a reasonable guess is about 120,000.)[24][25][83]
Lincoln Town Car 1981–2011 Lincoln's bestselling nameplate; approximately 2,290,000 in three generations not counting 2005–2011. (Production of 2005–2011 is unknown but a reasonable guess is about 160,000.)[25][295]
Lincoln Versailles 1977–80 50,156 in a single generation.[194]
Lola T70 1965–70, 1980, 2007 Over 100 three different versions.[296]
Lotus Elise 1996–present Lotus Cars' bestseller; 20,000 in two generations to December 2004.[297]

M

Image Automobile Production Sales
McLaren F1 1993–98 106 in a single generation.[298]
McLaren P1 2013–15 Variation of the 12C, 375 in a single generation.[299]
McLaren 12C 2011–2014 1000th sold by June 2012 in its first year of production.[300] Best selling McLaren.
Maruti 800 1984–2010 Rebadged Suzuki Alto, and the bestselling car in India; 2,400,000 of a single generation.[301]
Maserati Biturbo 1981–1994 Over 38,000 over a single generation. Best selling Maserati.[302]
Maserati 3200 GT 1998–2002 4,795 in a single generation.[303]
Maserati Coupé and Spyder 2001–2007 Total 13,423 in a single generation,[304] including Spyder: 3,889, Coupé: 6,449, GranSport: 2,613 and GranSport Spyder: 472.
Maserati MC12 2004–05 Variation of the Enzo Ferrari. 62 in a single generation, figure include 50 road cars, 5 development cars, 12 Corse,[305] 10 GT-1[306][307][308]
Maserati GranTurismo 2007–2019 28,805 GranTurismos and 11,715 GranCabrios in a single generation.[309]
Maybach 57 and 62 2002–13 3,000 estimated in a single generation.[310]
Matra Rancho 1977–1984 57,792 sold over a single generation.[311]
Mazda 3 2003–present Mazda's fastest ever seller, 4,000,000 build from 2003 – 2014; known as the Mazda Axela in the Japanese domestic market.[312]
Mazda 6 2002–present Mazda's previous fastest seller; 3,000,000 in twelve years. 1,945,850 in first generation. 718,882 in second generation[313]
Mazda Familia 1963–2003 Also badged as the Protegé and 323; over 10,000,000 in the first eight generations to 1995.[314]
Mazda MPV 1988–present 1,000,000 in three generations.[313]
Mazda MX-5 1989–present Also known as the Miata and Eunos Roadster; almost 750,000 in the first two generations to 2005, verified by the Guinness Book of Records as the bestselling two-seater sports car in history.[315]
Mazda R360 1960–1966 23,417 in a single generation.[316]
Mazda RX-7 1978–2002 811,634; bestselling rotary-engined car in history.[317]
Mazda RX-8 2003–2012 192,094.[318]
Mercedes-Benz Type 300 "Adenauer" 1951-1957

1958-1962

15,332 across two generations (W186 and W189).
Mercedes-Benz 600 1963-1981 2,677 in a single generation. 428 Pullman limousines and 59 Landaulet convertible sedans.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class 1993–present 6,900,000 to November 2006[319]
Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR 1997–1999 35 in a single generation. Accounting for 25 road cars, 6 convertibles, 2 prototypes and 7 race cars.[320]
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 2003–2010 1,150 in a single generation.[321]
Mercedes-Benz S-Class 1965–present Approximately 4,000,000 of the first five generations to 2006 since the Mercedes-Benz W108.[319]
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 1954–present Over 600,000 produced over five generations to 2008.[322]
Mercedes-Benz W123 1975–86 2,696,915 in a single generation. Best selling Mercedes type ever.
Mercedes-Benz W201 1983–93 Known as the Mercedes 190; 1,879,629 in a single generation.[323]
Mercury Bobcat 1974-1980 224,026 in a single generation.
Mercury Colony Park 1957-1991 Produced across six generations; complete production is unknown, but 124,027 produced from 1979 to 1991.
Mercury Cougar 1967-1997

1999-2002

2,972,784 across seven generations. Best-selling and second-longest produced Mercury nameplate. (Excludes Ford Cougar sold in Europe and Australia).
Mercury Cyclone 1964-1972 77,547 across five generations. Includes Cyclone GTs, Spoilers, and Cobra Jets.
Mercury Grand Marquis 1983–2011 Approximately 2,430,000 produced in four generations (excluding 270,000 1975–82 Grand Marquis built as part of the Marquis series); the longest-running Mercury nameplate and best-selling Mercury sedan.[24][25][324]
Mercury Marauder 2003-2004 11,052 in a single generation. Production of unrelated 1969-1970 Mercury Marauder is unknown.
Mercury Mariner 2005-2010 200,961 in two generations. Approximately 12,300 Mercury Mariner Hybrids produced.
Mercury Milan 2006-2011 166,126 in a single generation.
Mercury Monarch 1975–80 575,567 in a single generation.[194]
Mercury Montego 1968-1974

2005-2007

Produced across three generations. 63,068 produced from 2005 to 2007.
Mercury Monterey 1952–74 Approximately 1,910,000 in seven generations (excluding early Montereys produced as part of the Mercury Eight series, but including Monterey Custom and Monterey S-55).[24]
Mercury Monterey (minivan) 2004-2007 32,953 in a single generation.
Mercury Mountaineer 1997-2010 510,276 across three generations.
Mercury Sable 1986–2005

2008-2009

2,112,374 built during the first four generations through 2005.[201] (32,846 built in final 2008-2009 generation)
Mercury Turnpike Cruiser 1957-1958 23,268 in a single generation.[325]
Mercury Villager 1993-2002 Produced across two generations. Complete production is unknown; 114,246 produced from 1999 to 2002
Messerschmitt KR175 1953–55 15,089 in a single generation.[326]
Messerschmitt KR200 1955–1964 30,286 in a single generation, best selling Messerschmitt.[327]
MG F and TF 1995–2005
2007–2011
118,055.[40][328]
MG MGB 1962–80 514,852 made in coupe and roadster variations. The bestselling two-seater sports car prior to the Mazda MX-5.[40]
MG Midget 1961–80 224,473 made in coupe and roadster variations.[40]
MG XPower SV 2003–2005 Rebodied Qvale Mangusta, 82 in a single generation.[329]
Mini 1959–2000 The bestselling British-made car; 5,505,874 in a single design.[175]
Mitsubishi Carisma 1995–2004 Over 350,000 in nine years.[330]
Mitsubishi Galant 1969–present Estimated to be over 5,000,000 in nine generations; up to 1997, 4.9 million were sold.[331]
Mitsubishi GTO 1991–99 Known in export countries as the Mitsubishi 3000GT, 79,536 over two generations.[121][332]
Mitsubishi Lancer 1973–present Over 6,000,000 in the first seven generations to the end of 2006.[333]
Mitsubishi L200 1978–present Over 2,800,000 in the first three generations[334]
Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV 2013–present 250,000 by May 2020.[335]
Mitsubishi Pajero 1982–present Also known as the Montero and Shogun in various export markets; approximately 2,500,000 of the first three generations.[336]
Morris Ital 1980–84 Reengineered Morris Marina, 175,276 of a single generation.[40]
Morris Marina 1971–80 1,163,116 of a single generation.[40]
Morris Minor 1948–71 1,368,291 in a single generation of saloons, estates, vans, pickup trucks and convertibles.[337]

N

Image Automobile Production Sales
Nash Statesman 1950–56 Nash's best selling nameplate; approximately 340,000 built over two generations.[24]
Nissan Be-1 1987 10,000 in a single generation.[338]
Nissan S-Cargo 1989–92 12,000 in a single generation.[339]
Nissan Figaro 1991 20,000 in a single generation.[340]
Nissan Leaf 2010–present Listed as the world's best selling highway-capable plug-in electric car of all-time until early January 2020.[341] Global sales of 450,000 units by December 2019.[342]
Nissan Maxima 1981–present 1,700,000 in the first five generations up to 2001.[343]
Nissan Micra 1982–present European version the Nissan March; 2,368,704 units built by UK plant in Sunderland between 10 August 1992 to 16 July 2010.[344][345]
Nissan Qashqai/Rogue Sport 2006–present Over 3,155,000 sold to 2006 in Europe, Russia and China to June 2017 in two generations.[346][347]
Nissan Tiida/Versa 2004–present 1,000,715 between September 2004 and March 2008.[348]
Nissan Sunny/Sentra/Pulsar/Almera 1966–present Over 15,900,000 in ten generations.[260]
Nissan Z-cars 1969–99, 2003–present 1,535,000 in five generations up to 2005; Bestselling sports car series in automotive history.[349]

O

Image Automobile Production Sales
Oldsmobile Aurora 1995–2003 208,011 across two generations.
Oldsmobile Cutlass 1961–99 11,900,000 across several platforms and generations.[350]
Oldsmobile 88 1949–99 Oldsmobile's second longest running nameplate and best selling full-size nameplate; approximately 8,800,000 in ten generations.[24][25]
Opel Ascona 1970–88 4,400,000 in three generations, including the UK-market Vauxhall Cavalier, and the South African-market Chevrolet Ascona.[351]
Opel Astra 1991–present Over 10,000,000 in three generations. Sold as Vauxhall Astra in the United Kingdom.[352]
Opel Corsa 1982–present Over 18,000,000 sold worldwide in 25 years and in 4 generations. 10 million of them were sold only in Europe. Sold in the UK as the Vauxhall Corsa (the first generation version was sold as Vauxhall Nova)[353]
Opel Vectra 1988–2008 4,500,000 in the first two generations up to 2002, also including UK sales as the Vauxhall Cavalierthen as Vauxhall Vectra.[351]
Oreca 07 2017–present 49 chassis. Numbers accounts for Oreca 05 and Acura DPi[354]

P

Image Automobile Production Sales
Packard Eight 1933–36
1938
1942
1948–50
Packard's best selling nameplate; approximately 250,000 built over five generations.[24][83]
Pagani Huayra 2012–present 100 reported sales over one generation.[355]
Panoz Esperante 1997
2000–present
330 road cars built over one generation to end of 2006.[nb 1][356]
Panoz Roadster 1992–1995
1996–1999
220 built over one generation.[357]
Peel P50 1962–65 47 over one generation.[358]
Peel Trident 1965–66 82 over one generation.[359]
Peugeot 204 1965–76 1,604,296 in a single generation.[360]
Peugeot 205 1983–98 A total of 5,278,050 in a single generation.[361]
Peugeot 206 1998–present Over 10,000,000 in a single generation to 2019; PSA Peugeot Citroën's bestselling car.[362]
Peugeot 504 1968–2006 More than 3,000,000 built in France, Argentina, China, Kenya and Nigeria.[363]
Peugeot 406 coupé 1997–2004 107,631[364] built in Italy (San Giorgio Canavese).
Plymouth Fury 1959–78 Plymouth's best selling nameplate and longest lasting car nameplate; approximately 3,680,000 in seven generations (counting VIPs, but not counting 1959 and 1962 Sport Furys and 1975–77 Gran Furys).[24][25]
Plymouth/Chrysler Prowler 1997
1999–2002
10,218 in a single generation between the two marques.[365]
Dodge Aries/Plymouth Reliant 1981–89 Known as the 'K-cars' after their common platform; 1,114,618 in a single generation between the two marques.[120]
Plymouth Voyager 1974–2000 Plymouth's longest lasting nameplate and best selling truck nameplate; approximately 2,280,000 in four generations from 1974 to 1976 and from 1987 to 1999. (Including Grand Voyager. Sales for 1977–86 and 2000 are unknown, although a reasonable guess is about 500,000 total.)[103]
Pontiac Astre 1975–77 147,773 in a single generation.[102]
Pontiac Aztek 2000–07 119,692 in a single generation.[366][367][368][369][370][371]
Pontiac Bonneville 1958–2005 Pontiac's longest running and best selling full-size nameplate; approximately 3,460,000 in ten generations not counting those part of the earlier Star Chief line and those made from 1999 to 2005. (Production for 1999–2005 is unknown but a good guess places it at about 400,000.)[24][25]
Pontiac Firebird 1967–2002 Approximately 2,500,000 in four generations.[372]
Pontiac Grand Am 1973–75
1978–80
1985–2006
Pontiac's bestselling nameplate; over 4,000,000 in five generations.
Porsche 356 1948–65 76,313 in a single generation.[373]
Porsche 550 1953–56 90 in a single generation.[374]
Porsche 911 1963–present 1,000,000th produced in May 2017.[375]
Porsche 904 1964–65 106 in a single generation.[376]
Porsche 906 1966–67 65 in a single generation.[377][378]
Porsche 908 1968–71 69 in 4 body variations; accounting for 22 908K Coupe,[379] 10 908L Coupe,[380] 24 908/02 Spyder, 13 908/03[381][382]
Porsche 914 1969–76 118,978 in a single generation.[383]
Porsche 917 1969–73 65 in total accounting for 25 regular 1969 917, 9 917K, 9 917LH, 1 Spyder, 3 917PA, 13 917/10, 1 917/20, 6 917/30[384][385]
Porsche 924 1976–88 152,081 in a single generation.[386]
Porsche 928 1978–95 61,056 in a single generation.[387]
Porsche 944 1982–91 163,192 in a single generation.[388]
Porsche 956 1982–84 28 in a single design, accounting for 10 factory team cars, and 18 customer cars.[389][390][391]
Porsche 962 1984–92 93 in total, accounting for 16 factory team cars, and 77 customer cars, overall number also account for cars upgraded from its 956 predecessors and cars rebuilt from previously wrecked cars and subsequently allocated new chassis numbers.[389][392][393]
Porsche 959 1987-89 Variant of the 911. 337 in single design accounting for racing cars.[394]
Porsche 968 1992–95 12,776[395]
Porsche Boxster 1996–present Over 200,000 produced over two generations (2008).[396]
Porsche Cayenne 2002–present 65,660 up to 2011 in two generations.[397]
Porsche Carrera GT 2004–06 1,270 in a single generation.[398]
Porsche Panamera 2009–present Total of 164,503 1st generations built on 2016[399]
Porsche 918 2013–15 918 in a single generation.[400]
Porsche Macan 2014–present 350,000 to 2018[401]

R

Image Automobile Production Sales
Rambler Classic 1961–66 Rambler's best selling nameplate; approximately 1,460,000 in two generations including those produced in 1966 under American Motors.[24][25]
Renault 4 1961–92 Over 8,000,000 of a single design.[402] Ninth best selling automobile platform in history.
Renault 4CV 1947–61 1,105,547 of a single design; the first French car to achieve more than one million sales.[403]
Renault Dauphine 1956–67 2,150,738 of a single design; Dauphines were produced in its production run of 10 years.[404]
Renault 5 1972–96 5,471,709 in two generations.[175]
Renault Clio 1991–present The bestselling French car; 8,535,280 in the first two generations up to 2005.[405]
Renault Sport Spider 1996–1999 1,685 in a single generation.[406]
Renault Twingo 1993–present Over 2,400,000 of the monobox city car designed by Patrick le Quément.[407]
Renault Twizy 2012–present 21,874 sold through December 2018.[408][409]
Renault Zoe 2012–present 170,700 worldwide through December 2019.[105]
Rover 25 1999–2005 227,934 made in a single generation. Sold in hatchback variation.[40]
Rover 45 1999–2005 147,457 made in a single generation. Sold in saloon and hatchback variations.[40]
Rover 75 1999–2005 238,324 made in a single generation. Sold in saloon and tourer variations. Also called the MG ZT and MG 7.[40]
Rover 800 1986–1999 317,126 made in two generations.[40]

S

Image Automobile Production Sales
Saab 900 1978–93 Saab's bestseller; 908,810 in a single generation of sedans, hatchbacks and convertibles.[410]
Saleen S7 2000–09 Saleen's only production car; 78 in a single generation, also include 21 Twin Turbo models and 20 racing cars.[411]
Saturn S-Series 1991–2002 Saturn's longest lasting and bestselling nameplate; approximately 2,210,000 over two generations not counting 2002 (sales of 2002 are unknown).[412]
SEAT Ibiza 1984–present 3,949,597 up to 2008, SEAT's bestselling car in four generations; the sales of the fourth generation are not included, nor those of its derivatives (such as the sedan or its rebadged versions).[413]
Simca 1000 1961–78 1,935,098.[414]
Simca 1100 1967–85 2,139,400, including a small amount of CKD kits and commercial versions; in later years the vehicle was sold as the Talbot-Simca 1100.[414]
Škoda Octavia 1996–present Over 4,000,000 to 2013.[415]
Studebaker Champion 1939–42
1946–58
Studebaker's best selling nameplate; approximately 1,320,000 built over three generations.[24][83]
Smart Fortwo 1998– Over 1,500,000 by mid-2013.[416] Best and longest selling Smart nameplate.
Smart Roadster 2003–2006 43,091 in a single generation.[417]
SS 1 1932–1936 624 in a single generation.[418]
SS100 1935–39 309 in a single generation.[419]
Subaru 360 1958–1971 392,000 in a single generation.[420]
Subaru Alcyone 1985–1996 123,297 altogether, accounting for 98,918 first generation (known worldwide as XT)[421] and 24,379 2nd generation SVX.[422]
Subaru Legacy 1988–present Over 3,000,000 in four generations to 2005, including Australian sales as the Subaru Liberty.[423]
Suzuki Cappuccino 1991–97 28,010 in one generation[424]
Suzuki Wagon R 1993–present Japan's bestselling kei car; over 5,000,000 in four generations till February 2010.[425]
Suzuki Swift 2004–present over 4,000,000 from 2004 to 2014, about half of that sold in India[426]

T

Image Automobile Production Sales
Tatuus FR2000 2000-2007 930 chassis built.[427][428] Exclusively used as spec chassis in various Formula Renault 2.0 championships. Best selling Tatuus.
Tatuus F4-T014 2014–present 250 chassis produced as of 2019.[429] Exclusively used as spec chassis in various Formula 4 championships.
Tatuus MSV F4-016 2014–present Variation of F4-T014. 30 chassis produced as of 2019.[429]
Tatuus USF-17 2017–present Variation of F4-T014. 40 chassis produced as of 2019.[429]
Tatuus PM-18 2018–present Variation of F4-T014. 40 chassis produced as of 2019.[429]
Tatuus FT-50 2015–present Known as Toyota FT-50. 26 chassis produced as of 2019.[429]
Tatuus F.3 T318 2018–present 220 chassis produced as of 2019[429]
Tesla Model 3 2017–present ~525,000 as of March 2020[341][430]
Tesla Model S 2012–present ~281,100 through December 2019.[105]
Tesla Model X 2015–present ~121,000 through December 2018.[89][431]
Tesla Roadster 2008–2012 ~2,500 in a single generation.[432]
Toyota 2000GT 1967–70 337 in a single generation.[433]
Toyota 86/Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ 2012–present 54,313 US sales (as Scion FR-S) in a single generation.[434]
Toyota Camry 1983–present Over 10,000,000 in five generations.[435]
Toyota Celica 1971–2006 4,129,626 in seven generations.[436]
Toyota Corolla 1966–present More than 47.5 million over 12 generations as of August 2019.[437]
Toyota Curren 1994–1998 Over 42,000 in a single generation at Tahara plant.[438]
Toyota Hilux 1968–present Over 16,000,000 in seven generations to 2015.[439][440]
Toyota Ipsum 1995–2009 223,644 to 2000 at Motomachi plant (1996-2000), Over 151,000 in two generations to at Tahara plant (2000-2004).[438]
Toyota Land Cruiser 1951–present Over 5,000,000 in five generations to 2009.[441][442]
Toyota Mirai 2015–present 2,840 units by mid-February 2017.in Japan, the United States, Europe and United Arab Emirates.[443]
Toyota Prius 1997–present The Prius family nameplate has sold over 6 million units through January 2017.[444] The Prius liftback model alone has sold almost 4 million units in four generations, the Toyota Aqua/Prius c sales totaled 1,380,100 units, and the Prius v sales totaled 671,200 units.[444]
Both generations of the Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid variant have sold 209,000 units worldwide through December 2019.[105]
Toyota RAV4 1994–present 535,205 to 2000 at Motomachi plant.[445]
Toyota Soarer/Lexus SC 1991-1997 139,020 Z30 models until production was transferred to Kanto Auto Works.[445]
Toyota Sports 800 1965–69 3,131 a single generation.[446]
Toyota Stout/Toyopet RK 1954–1989 Over 51,000 between 1979 and 1983 at Tahara plant.[438]
Toyota Supra 1986–2002 180,000 A70 units from 1986 to 1992 390,208 A80 units from 1993 to 1997 .[445][447]
Trabant 1957–91 Over 3,000,000 built by VEB Sachsenring in Zwickau, Saxony until the reunification of Germany led to the closure of the factory.[448]

V

Image Automobile Production Sales
Vauxhall Viva 1963–1979 1,501,353 in three generations.[449][450][451]
Vector W8 1989–1993 17 delivered to customers before the company underwent a management takeover and changes were made to the car, thus becoming the M12.[452]
Vector M12 1995–1999 18 produced in total before the company ceased to exist.[452]
Volkswagen Beetle 1938–2003 21,529,464; the bestselling single design in history, and the first car to reach twenty million sales.[453]
Volkswagen Gol 1980–present Brazil's bestselling car for 27 consecutive years; over 8,000,000 in three generations.[454]
Volkswagen Golf 1974–present Became Volkswagen's bestseller in 2002; 30,000,000 by mid June 2013 in six generations.[455]
Volkswagen Jetta 1980–present Sedan version of the Volkswagen Golf; over 6,600,000 in five generations up to August 2005.[456]
Volkswagen Passat 1973–present Over 15,000,000 in six generations.[457]
Volvo PV444/544 1944–1965 444,000 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo Duett 1949–1969 101,492 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo Amazon 1956–1970 655,241 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo P1800 1961–1973 47,855.[458]
Volvo 140 1966–1974 1,252,371 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo 164 1968–1975 144,179 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo 200 series 1974–1993 2,862,573 in a single generation; the bestselling car built in Sweden.[458]
Volvo 300 series 1976–1991 1,086,405 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo 700 series 1982–1992 1,239,222 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo 850 1991–1996 716,903 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo S40/V40 1995–2004 1,000,034 in a single generation.[458]
Volvo V70/XC70 1996–2016 1,381,488 in three generations.

W

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
Willys 77 1933–36 Willys' best selling nameplate; approximately 68,000 sold in one generation.[459] United States

Y

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
Yugo 1977-2008 794,428 produced, with 141,651 exported to the United States from 1985 to 1992. Yugoslavia
Serbia

Z

Image Automobile Production Sales Assembly
ZAZ 965 Zaporozhets 1960–69 322 106 built at ZAZ in the Ukrainian SSR.[460] Soviet Union
Zastava Skala 1971-2008 1,273,532 built at Zastava Auto in Serbia. Yugoslavia
Serbia

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