What are examples of cars that are not German made?
Chevrolet, Dodge, and ford
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On the German World War 2 staff cars what was the flag pole made of and of what material were the many variations of flags made?
Metal and wood were probably the most common materials for the poles, wool being the most likely material for the flag.
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ErlkÃ¶nig Erlking von J.W. GoetheTranslation by Hyde Flippo Wer reitet so spÃ¤t durch Nacht und Wind?Who rides so late through the night and wind?Es ist der Vater mit seinem Kind;It's the father with his child;Er hat den Knaben wohl in dem Arm,He has the boy safe in his arm,Er faÃt ihn sic…her, er hÃ¤lt ihn warm.He holds him secure, he holds him warm.Â«Mein Sohn, was birgst du so bang dein Gesicht?Â» -"My son, what makes you hide your face in fear?" -Siehst, Vater, du den ErlkÃ¶nig nicht?Father, don't you see the Erlking?Den ErlenkÃ¶nig mit Kron und Schweif? -The Erlking with crown and flowing robe? -Â«Mein Sohn, es ist ein Nebelstreif.Â» -"My son, it's a wisp of fog." -Â«Du liebes Kind, komm, geh mit mir!"You dear child, come along with me!Gar schÃ¶ne Spiele spiel' ich mit dir;Such lovely games I'll play with you;Manch bunte Blumen sind an dem Strand,Many colorful flowers are at the shore,Meine Mutter hat manch gÃ¼lden Gewand.Â»My mother has many a golden garment."Mein Vater, mein Vater, und hÃ¶rest du nicht,My father, my father, and do you not hearWas ErlenkÃ¶nig mir leise verspricht? -What the Erlking promises me so softly? -Â«Sei ruhig, bleibe ruhig, mein Kind;"Be quiet, stay quiet, my child;In dÃ¼rren BlÃ¤ttern sÃ¤uselt der Wind.Â» -In the dry leaves the wind is rustling." -Â«Willst, feiner Knabe, du mit mir gehn?"Won't you come along with me, my fine boy?Meine TÃ¶chter sollen dich warten schÃ¶n;My daughters shall attend to you so nicely.Meine TÃ¶chter fÃ¼hren den nÃ¤chtlichen Reihn,My daughters do their nightly dance,Und wiegen und tanzen und singen dich ein.Â»And they'll rock you and dance you and sing you to sleep."Mein Vater, mein Vater, und siehst du nicht dortMy father, my father, and do you not see over thereErlkÃ¶nigs TÃ¶chter am dÃ¼stern Ort? -Erlking's daughters in that dark place? -Â«Mein Sohn, mein Sohn, ich seh es genau:"My son, my son, I see it most definitely:Es scheinen die alten Weiden so grau.Â»It's the willow trees looking so grey."Â«Ich liebe dich, mich reizt deine schÃ¶ne Gestalt;"I love you; I'm charmed by your beautiful form;Und bist du nicht willig, so brauch ich Gewalt.Â»And if you're not willing, then I'll use force."Mein Vater, mein Vater, jetzt faÃt er mich an!My father, my father, now he's grabbing hold of me!ErlkÃ¶nig hat mir ein Leids getan! -Erlking has done me harm! -Dem Vater grausets, er reitet geschwind,The father shudders, he rides swiftly,Er hÃ¤lt in Armen das Ã¤chzende Kind,He holds in (his) arms the moaning child.Erreicht den Hof mit MÃ¼he und Not;He reaches the farmhouse with effort and urgency.In seinen Armen das Kind war tot.In his arms the child was dead. ( Full Answer )
Cars are an assembly of parts most often from suppliers scattered across the country and often the world. The parts for the cars are made at supplier factories then shipped to the car company's assembly plant where they are assembled into the car you drive. One supplier might make the seats or ot…her interior parts, another makes the wheels, another the tires and so on. Generally the assembly starts with a car's frame, to which the engine, suspension, steering, brakes, transmission and other frame parts are attached as the frame moves down the assembly line. At each stop on the line other parts are added. The body also moves down an assembly line where first it is rustproofed then painted and next all the windows, body panels, handles, interior and other body or interior parts are added. As the frame and body near completion they flow to a station where they are joined and all the electrical and fluid connections are made and the car finally rolls off the assembly line as a full vehicle which is then shipped to your local dealer. Cars take a lot of time and engineering on many different areas involved in vehicles. It probably takes 2 to 4 years to design, test, and begin the production on an assembly line. Once designs, safety, and financing is approved for a car is built and then it is sold at a dealership. The manufacturing process is almost as much of a project as designing the car. It has to be engineered just like anything else and advancement in robotic technology helps almost completely automate the process. Then cars are shipped off to dealers after being completely and sold to customers. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The Volkswagen Bug is the historically most produced and most sold German make.
The car is "das Auto" ======= Das Auto is a contraction of the word Automobil (automobile) and although Auto has come to mean car almost exclusively, it is, in fact, in German a generic term for all vehicles propelled by internal combustion engine and designed for the carriage of persons or go…ods. Official documents, forms and road signs refer to the car as Personenkraftwagen (PKW) - motor vehicle for persons A goods vehicle is referred to as Lastkraftwagen (LKW) - motor vehicle for goods ( Full Answer )
Most cars are made of steel, cast iron, aluminum, chrome plate, many types of plastic, rubber, glass, paint and copper (wire). Many cars have leather seats and/or steering wheel covers and/or gearshift knobs. Expensive cars sometimes have real wood trim. Super-expensive cars often use carbon f…iber and titanium. ( Full Answer )
THE body is made outta sometimes plastic or aluminum and rims are made out of aluminum that's mostly new cars the older cars and trucks where heavy metal and didn't bend as easy
Yes, Germany had them in World War 2, and after the war, and they may still have them (much reconnaissance can now be performed by robots and drones). Some features were later copied by armored cars from other countries, although the French wanted theirs with the biggest guns possible. The German ca…rs were used effectively for recon work. There were several types with excellent mobility for a wheeled vehicle, enough armor to protect against small arms and frags, and no weapons heavier than a 20mm cannon. The radio was their most important piece of gear. ( Full Answer )
It is estimated that about 88 percent of Germans drive a car. Thisis due to the fact that taxes on fuel are very high in the country.Many Germans prefer to use mas transit instead.
Though historically German did not have a reputation for buildingcars, one was created In 1945 which was the first Volkswagenbeetle.
The car industry itself, originated in Germany with Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler in the 1880's with the invention of the first Mercedes Benz. The firm Benz & Cie was founded in October of 1883 in a German town named Mannheim, shortly after that DMG (Daimler- Motoren-Gesellschaft) was formed (Novem…ber of 1890) These two comapnies merged into what we now know as Mercedes Benz, the longest standing continuously produced vehicle in the world. ( Full Answer )
Currently Bugatti is owned by VW, which is German, so Bugatti is 100% German built, but Bugatti is not originated in Germany, so is it German?, you decide..
The most famous of all German cars was "Der Silberpfeil" . It was a Mercedes racing car that dominated the world for many years.. There are numerous German brands that are famous:. Volkwagen . Audi . BMW . Mercedes Benz
Audi, BMW, Maybach, Mercedes, Opel, Porsche, Smart, and VW I canthink of at the moment . Audi & VW are part of the same group - though you might notthink so if you had to buy for an Audi a replacement part identicalon both, and compared the prices if you bought it in a VW-labelledcarton! Opel is pa…rt of General Motors, or certainly was for manyyears. ( Full Answer )
Cars manufacturers use many different materials to build today's vehicles. Most cars use high-strength steels across the body and may include an aluminum hood, plastic side mirrors, chrome trim and rubber gaskets. Fiberglass, frp(fiber reinforced plastic), c6 corvettes had balsa wood in the floor, m…ore high end cars are using carbon fiber, titanium, magnesium, foam. Inside, most cars use at least some plastics along with other soft touch materials such as cloth, leather and fabric components on the headliner. Some cars feature recycled or natural materials such cotton, soy or ground up plastics. Glass and wood are other materials used extensively by car manufacturers. ( Full Answer )
The first practical automobile was invented and produced in Germanyby Karl Benz in 1885. They have been built ever since.
If you expect to get an answer you need to state which German car and what year.
The first German car made and patented was actually the first working car made. It was called the Motorwagen, and was created by Karl Benz, who started Mercedes-Benz. The first car to be made officially was a steam-driven cannon mover made in the 1700's, but the car did not work and crashed.
Cars were traditionally made out of steel and aluminum, but it is much more common to see cars with an abundance of fiberglass or plastic body panels.
Saab are Swedish. They are based in Trolhaten, Sweden and produce most of there cars there. Saab were a Swedish aeroplain company and standed for S venska A eroplan A ktie b olaget or in English, Swedish Aeroplain company limited. At the end of WW2 they decided to start building cars. The car com…pany is owned by Spyker cars and Aeroplain company is owned by Saab AB. ( Full Answer )
The Bugatti Veyron would technically be the fastest production German car, since the company that produces it is owned by Volkswagen.
Only 8 of them are actually sold outside of Germany: Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Opel, Audi, Mini, BMW, Volkswagen, and Smart. There are easily a hundred or two more sold only in Germany.
There not unreliable BMW is the most reliable then VW,Audi thenmercedes and the only one thats unreliable is OPEL
The famous firm "Volkswagen" has nothing to do with electrical volts. It means "folks car".
The German word for car park is "Parkplatz". Also: multi-storey carpark - Parkhaus underground carpark - Tiefgarage
German cars are among the most well-built automobiles in the world. Two very famous German automakers are BMW and Mercedes. German cars show their speeds in kilometers. Two very famous carmakers are BMW and Mercedes
Purchasing the best made diesel car for its high mileage rating inan example of logical decision making. The decision is based on thefactors of cars performing the best in the mileage ratings.
You get to school by car = Du fÃ¤hrst mit dem Auto zur Schule. I get to school by car = Ich fahre mit dem Auto zur Schule.
West Germanic = German, Dutch, English, Afrikaans, Yiddish, Yola (extinct branch of middle English) North Germanic = Danish, Swedish, Norwegian East Germanic (extinct branch) = Vandalic, Burgundian, Crimean Gothic. See the links below for more information.
Germans, do not nesceserraly make the best cars, but they do make great cars, because they use quality materials, and tunes great engines. Germans do not make extremely good cars, but if you compare them to American and Asian cars, sure Audi and BMW is awesome, but it comes with a price..
red car = rotes Auto red car = roter Wagen red car = roter PKW
German Brands Germany is the third largest manufacturer of cars in the world & according to the German Way website. Volkswagen, BMW, Porsche, Opel, Mercedes-Benz and Audi are manufactured in Germany. Top Sellers According to the European Traveler website, the top-selling cars in German in 2009 wer…e Volkswagen's Golf, Polo and Passat; Opel's Corsca and Astra; Skoda Fabia; Ford Fiesta; Mercedes C-Class; Audi A4; and the BMW 3 series. ( Full Answer )
Logical decision making based upon the measured performance capability of performing the task they were designed to complete.
German Brands Germany is the third largest manufacturer of cars in the world & according to the German Way website. Volkswagen, BMW, Porsche, Opel, Mercedes-Benz and Audi are manufactured in Germany. Top Sellers According to the European Traveler website, the top-selling cars in German in 2009… were Volkswagen's Golf, Polo and Passat; Opel's Corsca and Astra; Skoda Fabia; Ford Fiesta; Mercedes C-Class; Audi A4; and the BMW 3 series. ( Full Answer )
It was designed and developed by the German Volkswagon Group, and it was built in France and named after a french guy.
Volkswagen. Volkswagen is one of the biggest car makers in the world they havebought many car companies. They own Bugatti which is the mostexpensive and the fastest car in the world!
First you have got metal then plastic then carbon fibre then mcdonalds then sumthing like that lol no sum 1 edit this post by Sally-ann Pearson x
I know for a fact that German teens who are eligible to get their licenses and cars are holding off until it is most neccessary. They are saving their money for future investments. I'm guessing that the more urban areas of Germany are doing the same, as well as the older part of these communities.
Ford; however the US Company was not behind the production. The Ford factory in Germany was operated by Germans, and they continued to build trucks at the factory after the war started.
Yes it's a German car. But they could be assembled in: Germany, Wolfsburg Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo Mexico, Puebla South Africa, Uitenhage
Ich werde etwas machen. However Germans don't use what we call the future tense in this sense as it brings doubt in to the question. It it enough to just use a time expression in the sentence- Morgen mache ich etwas.
Honda is a Japanese company, cars are built in other countries such as Belgium, England, Brazil, The USA, Turkey and New Zealand
German cars tend to have much better safety ratings and often have better engines, like the volkswagen.
You will need the following; Chasis Engine fuel system brake system cooling system engine harness body panels interior parts suspension tires electrical system . http://www.4wheelonline.com/atv/ATV-UTV-Plows.107919.
The 1957 German Trabant is one of Germany's most liked car models, despite facing initial criticism for its crude design. Yet the Trabant did not survive the test of time and is now merely a collectors item for the automobile enthusiast or historian.
Volvo. The marque is Swedish. The heavy equipment, marine diesel,and heavy duty truck manufacturer Volvo and the car company Volvoare not one in the same... the car company split off from AB Volvoin 1999, and was subsequently acquired by Ford. It was sold to theChinese holding company Geely in 2010.… ( Full Answer )
The original Mini was British. The new Mini is made in Britain by aGerman company, a subsidiary of BMW.
Nickel silver, German silver, Argentan, new silver, nickel brass,albata, alpacca of steel sheet metal; for example, the famousRolls-Royce Silver Ghost of 1907.
Only the expensive ones like mercedes. VW's reliability rating lessthan other US carmakers but improving