The four companies are listed out below with their financial stats.
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG
It is the parent company of the BMW Group, and they are engaged in the development, manufacture and sales of engines with vehicles equipped with engines including automobiles and motorcycles. The head office is situated in Munich, Bayern. The company is operating in 31 production and assembly facilities across 14 countries with a global network sale in more than 150 countries. The company is present majorly in China, the US, and Germany.
|Revenue (JPY) (TTM)||105.00 bn|
|Net income (JPY) (TTM)||4.91 bn|
|Market cap (JPY)||37.776 bn|
The company headquarter is situated in Stuttgart. A range of cars, trucks, vans and buses are manufactured. The production facilities by Daimler are across 19 countries and approximately in 8500 sale centres worldwide. Through five business segments, the company is operating: Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Daimler Financial Services, Mercedes-Benz Vans, and Daimler Buses.
|Revenue (JPY) (TTM)||170.27 bn|
|Net income (JPY) (TTM)||376.0 m|
|Market cap (JPY)||40.32 bn|
The company headquarter is situated in Wolfsburg. It is the parent company of the Volkswagen Group. The main core sector is manufacturing passenger and commercial vehicles. They are also involved in large-bore diesel engines manufacturing for marine and stationary applications, turbo chargers, turbo machinery, compressors and chemical reactor. The four business segments the group is operating are: – Passenger Cars, Financial Services, Commercial Vehicles, and Power Engineering.
|Revenue (JPY) (TTM)||247.67 bn|
|Net income (JPY) (TTM)||10.84 bn|
|Market cap (JPY)||72.96 bn|
Volvo Car Corporation
The company headquarter is situated in Gothenburg, Sweden. The main sector they are involved in is developing, manufacturing and selling premium cars globally. Volvo car is operating with 34 national sales companies.
|Revenue (JPY) (TTM)||43.56 bn|
|Net income (JPY) (TTM)||3.136 bn|
|Market cap (JPY)||35.95 bn|
Source:- Statista (Hybrid & Electric vehicles in Finland)