Below is a list of all AMC cars & models that have come out so far. This AMC vehicle model list includes photos of AMC vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old AMC cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Examples of items on this list include AMC Pacer and AMC Gremlin This list of car models made by AMC is a great way to see how AMC has evolved over the years. AMC types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- The AMC Gremlin is a subcompact introduced on April 1, 1970 and manufactured and marketed in a single, two-door body style in the United States and Canada by American Motors Corporation — as well as in Mexico by AMC's Vehículos Automotores Mexicanos subsidiary. Featuring a shortened Hornet platform and bodywork with a Kammback tail, the Gremlin was classified an economy car by 1970s U.S. standards and competed with the Chevrolet Vega and Ford Pinto, as well as imported cars that included the Volkswagen Beetle and Toyota Corona. The small domestic automaker marketed the Gremlin as "the first American-built import". The Gremlin reached a total production of 671,475 over a single generation —... more
- Photo: Metaweb (FB)The AMC Pacer is a two-door compact automobile that was produced in the United States by the American Motors Corporation between 1975 and 1980. Design work began in 1971. The rounded shape and large glass area were unusual compared with the three-box designs of the era. The Pacer's width is equal to full-sized domestic vehicles at the time, and this unique design feature was promoted by AMC as "the first wide small car." The Pacer was the first modern mass-produced, U.S. automobile design using the cab forward concept. The Pacer's rounded and aerodynamic "jellybean" styling has made it an icon of the 1970s. The May 1976 issue of Car and Driver dubbed it "The Flying Fishbowl", and it was... more
- The AMC Javelin is a front-engine, rear wheel drive, two-door hardtop manufactured and marketed by AMC in two generations, 1968-1970 and 1971-1974. Styled by Dick Teague, the Javelin was available in a range of trim and engine levels, from economical pony car to muscle car variants. In addition manufacture in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Javelins were assembled under license in Germany, Mexico, Venezuela, as well as Australia —and were marketed globally. As the winner of Trans-Am race series in 1971, 1972, and 1976, the second-generation AMX variant was the first pony car to be used as a normal highway patrol police car by a U.S. organization.... more