15. Ford Taunus
Not many people know that Ford established its German operation back in the early ’30s. Those German Fords were smaller than their US counterparts but had similar styling and appearance. In 1939, Ford Germany introduced the Taunus, an extremely successful model that sold millions in Europe and other continents (via Auto Zine).
The Taunus was named after a river in Germany. It was a well-engineered mid-size family car sold in numerous versions and generations. Like American Fords, it was cheap and popular due to its various features and optional extras.