Translation of carmaker in Spanish:


fabricante de automóviles, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrˌmeɪkər/ /ˈkɑːmeɪkə/


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    fabricante de automóviles masculine, feminine
    • Chinese carmakers such as Chery Automobile Co. are also casting an eye to the region.
    • The fourth mainland carmaker planning to sell shares, Guangzhou Automobile aims to become one of the three big car manufacturers on the mainland.
    • After years of leading us on, carmakers roll out the first generation of off-road-ready hybrids
    • To help drivers see better, some carmakers are offering new options like bumper sensors.
    • Two of the biggest carmakers are putting their rivalries aside and teaming up.
    • U.S. carmakers got into a price war five years ago to overcome the sagging sales.
    • The carmaker is pulling ads from certain publications.
    • J.C. Herz, the digital-culture writer, once told me a couple of years ago about a consulting visit she did to a major carmaker.
    • The carmaker says gas electric hybrid engines will be available in half of the Ford, Lincoln and Mercury lineup.
    • Analysts say Proton's best hope for survival is a partnership with a foreign carmaker.
    • Its automotive consultancy advised Nanjing Automotive, the Chinese carmaker, on its recent purchase of the assets of MG Rover.
    • At the recent Auto Shanghai 2003, Nanjing Fiat grabbed three awards, the most among carmakers participating in the show.
    • As they did earlier with small cars and luxury sedans, foreign carmakers have jumped to a quick lead with more car-like SUVs.
    • Computer modeling simulations of technical systems will also be key, and most carmakers are already working to perfect them.
    • Those are powerful advantages, considering how savagely mass-market carmakers are discounting.
    • Volkswagen, Ford Motor and Toyota Motor are among the other foreign carmakers that have also applied to lend money to China's car buyers.
    • Some carmakers also have been bumping base prices in increments so minor, most prospective customers don't notice.
    • So new front windshields are treated to absorb harmful rays, though carmakers don't usually coat side and rear windows.
    • However, there is still room for carmakers to reduce prices as domestically produced cars still cost more than those imported from overseas.
    • Foreign carmakers will make and sell whichever models they wish and set up nationwide dealerships and service networks.