Germany is famous for its high-quality car brands. Get an overview of the top ones with this list. Ranked by popularity.*

#1

Mercedes-Benz

Website: 27 ptsGoogle: 47 ptsInstagram: 32 ptsTwitter: 23 ptsFacebook: 30 ptsYouTube: 29 ptsMultiple: 1.00x

Mercedes-Benz, commonly referred to as Mercedes and sometimes as Benz, is a German luxury and commercial vehicle automotive brand established in 1926. Mercedes-Benz AG produces consumer luxury vehicles and commercial vehicles badged as Mercedes-Benz. [1]

Website 8.2m vists/mo [a] Google 81% Trends score [b] Instagram 37m followers Twitter 4.0m followers Facebook 23m followers YouTube 1.8m subscribers
#2

BMW

Website: 21 ptsGoogle: 58 ptsInstagram: 31 ptsTwitter: 21 ptsFacebook: 30 ptsYouTube: 29 ptsMultiple: 1.00x

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, abbreviated as BMW, is a German multinational manufacturer of luxury vehicles and motorcycles headquartered in Munich, Bavaria. The corporation was founded in 1916 as a manufacturer of aircraft engines, which it produced from 1917 until 1918 and again from 1933 to 1945. [2]

Website 1.5m vists/mo [a] Google 100% Trends score [b] Instagram 34m followers Twitter 2.4m followers Facebook 21m followers YouTube 1.3m subscribers
#3

Porsche

Website: 27 ptsGoogle: 28 ptsInstagram: 31 ptsTwitter: 21 ptsFacebook: 29 ptsYouTube: 29 ptsMultiple: 1.00x

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, usually shortened to Porsche, is a German automobile manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars, SUVs and sedans, headquartered in Stuttgart, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany. The company is owned by Volkswagen AG, a controlling stake of which is owned by Porsche Automobil Holding SE. [3]

Website 7.8m vists/mo [a] Google 48% Trends score [b] Instagram 27m followers Twitter 2.1m followers Facebook 12m followers YouTube 1.2m subscribers
#4

Mercedes-Maybach

Website: 26 ptsGoogle: 15 ptsInstagram: 16 ptsTwitter: 23 ptsFacebook: 30 ptsYouTube: 29 ptsMultiple: 1.00x

Maybach is a German luxury car brand that exists today as a part of Mercedes-Benz. The original company was founded in 1909 by Wilhelm Maybach and his son Karl Maybach. [4]

Note that this brand shares website domain, YouTube channel, and some social media accounts with Mercedes-Benz.

Website 7.3m vists/mo [a] Google 26% Trends score [b] Instagram 661k followers Twitter 4.0m followers Facebook 23m followers YouTube 1.8m subscribers
#5

Volkswagen

Website: 22 ptsGoogle: 27 ptsInstagram: 17 ptsTwitter: 16 ptsFacebook: 31 ptsYouTube: 18 ptsMultiple: 1.00x

Volkswagen, abbreviated as VW, is a German motor vehicle manufacturer headquartered in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. In 2010, Volkswagen posted record sales of 6.29 million vehicles, with its global market share at 11.4%. In 2008, Volkswagen became the third-largest car maker in the world, and, as of 2016, Volkswagen was the second largest manufacturer worldwide. [5]

Website 3.0m vists/mo [a] Google 47% Trends score [b] Instagram 755k followers Twitter 704k followers Facebook 34m followers YouTube 290k subscribers
#6

Audi

Website: 20 ptsGoogle: 41 ptsInstagram: 22 ptsTwitter: 15 ptsFacebook: 20 ptsYouTube: 17 ptsMultiple: 1.00x

Audi AG is a German automotive manufacturer of luxury vehicles headquartered in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. As a subsidiary of its parent company, the Volkswagen Group, Audi produces vehicles in nine production facilities worldwide. [6]

Website 1.1m vists/mo [a] Google 71% Trends score [b] Instagram 3.0m followers Twitter 605k followers Facebook 1.1m followers YouTube 237k subscribers

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*To determine popularity and rank the items in this list, we created a scoring formula that compares:

  • Estimated monthly website vistors
  • Google searches last 12 months
  • Instagram followers
  • Twitter followers
  • Facebook followers
  • YouTube subscribers

The data in this list was updated between 2023-02-07 and 2023-02-08.

Sources

[a] Estimated website visitors was gathered from Similarweb.
[b] Search data was gathered from Google Trends.
[1] Text from Wikipedia: Mercedes-Benz. Gotten 2023-02-07. It is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0.
[2] Text from Wikipedia: BMW. Gotten 2023-02-07. It is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0.
[3] Text from Wikipedia: Porsche. Gotten 2023-02-07. It is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0.
[4] Text from Wikipedia: Maybach. Gotten 2023-02-07. It is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0.
[5] Text from Wikipedia: Volkswagen. Gotten 2023-02-08. It is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0.
[6] Text from Wikipedia: Audi. Gotten 2023-02-08. It is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0.