Who is the manufacturer American sports cars fiat or General Motors?
It would have to be GM, cause Fiat is Italian. The Corvette is manufacture in Ky at a General Motors plant.
Pinto (Ford), Puma (Ford), Pathfinder (Nissan), Patriot (Jeep and UAZ both make vehicles by this name), PT Cruiser (Dodge), Prius (Toyota), Pacifica (Chrysler) Pontiac was an American car manufacturer under the General Motors umbrella which was shut down after the 2008 bailout of the automotive industry. Pegaso was a manufacturer of heavy trucks based in Spain, which was absorbed into IVECO, and eventually taken out of production. Puma is a Brazilian car manufacturer. Puma is…
They were produced in Europe at first and after WW2 more interest in a sports type car developed in the United States. General Motors made a sports car of fiberglass in 1950's. "America's Sports car" was produced by Chevy in 1953 and this was the Corvette. In the 1970's the Ford Mustang came to symbolize the sports car.
The Trans Am was introduced March in 1969, and was called Trans Am after the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Trans-American Challenge Cup in which Pontiac wanted to compete. Pontiac originally wanted their top-end Firebird to be called the Sebring, but as it turned out, Chrysler trademarked the name first. On a side note, General Motors paid the SCCA $5 for every Trans Am sold.