The company was founded in 1909 as the Suzuki Loom Works by Michio Suzuki. Although the company began work on cars as early as 1937, it didn’t produce its first motorbike until 1952 because of the Second World War.
Suzuki is known around the world for its motorcycles, as well as its small cars. Thanks to a partnership with Maruti in India, the company has a dominant market share in that country.
Who is Suzuki named after?
Suzuki bears the surname of its founder, Michio Suzuki.
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