Cars Simplified: Everything Automotive Explained


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 A green AMC Gremlin

AMC, also known as American Motors Corporation, was a automotive company located in the United States of America and founded in 1954 when the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motor Car Company merged.

The most well-known vehicle produced by AMC is the Gremlin, like the green one pictured at the left. It is a very compact two-door car similar to the Chevrolet Vega or Ford Pinto. After selling more than 670,000 units in the first generation, the Gremlin was superseded by a restyled and revised variant, the AMC Spirit.