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{{Infobox Automobile
| name           =
| image          =
| manufacturer   =
| parent_company =
| aka            =
| production     =
| assembly       =
| predecessor    =
| successor      =
| class          =
| body_style     =
| layout         =
| platform       =
| engine         =
| transmission   =
| wheelbase      =
| length         =
| width          =
| height         =
| weight         =
| related        =
| designer       =
| sp             = us


  • name: the name of the car used in its original or primary market
  • image: A 'three quarter' view of the front and side of the car (eg: Image:1963 MkI Mini.jpg), preferably taken against a background containing no other vehicles and with the sun shining from behind the camera.
  • manufacturer: the brand name, marque, division, or automaker
  • parent company: industrial group or holding company which owns the marque/brand/division at the time the car was produced (if any)
  • aka: other names of the subject car/automobile
  • production: calendar year (not model year) range when the car was produced
  • assembly: cities and countries where the model is built
  • predecessor: previous models from the manufacturer in the segment or similar
  • successor: following models in the segment or similar
  • class: segment to which the car belongs
  • body style: number of doors and car shape
  • layout: layout of the drivetrain/powertrain
  • platform: the platform name, which may be shared with similar cars from the same or related marques
  • engine: nominal displacement in litres (L) and/or cubic inches (in³) per displacement conventions, abbreviated engine configuration, notable valvetrain, notable fuel delivery, forced induction type
  • transmission: number of forward gear ratios, and the type of transmission (eg. "6-speed manual, 5-speed automatic")
  • wheelbase: nominal wheelbase
  • length: nominal length (excluding any non-standard towing equipment)
  • width: nominal width (excluding door mirrors)
  • height: nominal height
  • weight: kerb/curb weight of a standard car without options (if a range of bodystyles is offered, include a lowest and highest figure)
  • related: cars which share components
  • designer: the name of the individual designer, or the "design house"
  • sp: the spelling convention. For British English spelling, set to "uk". American English US spelling ("us") is set by default. Note: currently it only affects the "Curb weight"/"Kerb weight" spelling.


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