This is my guess/conjecture.
1- US - GMC, FORD, DhymlerChrysler, + others.
2- Japan - Toyota, Honda, Nissan, +
3- Germany - Mercedez, Porche, BMW, VW+
4- France - renault, Peugot, +
5- Italy - Ferrari, Lamborghini, Fiat +
6- Spain - SEAT
7- Sweden - VOLVO, SAAB, +
8- Russia - Skoda, +
9- Turkey - Ursus, +
10- India - TATA, +
11- China - Dong Feng, Chery, SAIC, +
12- Korea - Hyundai, KIA, etc.
13- Malaysia - Proton, +
14- Iran - Iran Khudro, +
15- Austrailia - Holden, +
16- Pakistan - REVO
Indonesia, Astra motors (Toyota)
Brazil, (VW, Ford, etc.)
Mexico (VW, GM, FORD)
and some Eastern European countries all have much bigger Manufacturing base than that of Pakistan, but they mainly manufacture, upto 100% automobiles, but all of them are either European, American or Japanese brands, not their own indiginous creations.
We should take Pride in our Revo. As the whole world is taking notice of this development, (Various foreign websites with Revo pictures, I have posted the link earlier) however small, but still an achievement we should all take pride in and fully support.
As you can see, Britain is not on the list anymore, since
MG - ROVER, was bought out by a chinese company, Nanjin I think.
Rolls Royce is already sold to VW.
Aston Martin was also sold.
But I think there are more than 16 countries that make cars, sometimes our minister's information is not up to date.
a brother nicknamed Mehran correctly amended my list to include these countries also,
Czech Republic Skoda
So, its more than 16 countries.