Since Henry Ford built the Model A and T, the barebones of the auto industry haven’t really changed that much – the combustion engine is still a crucial technology for most motor vehicles. And the auto industry hasn’t changed much in decades either, which has allowed auto titans such as Toyota, Ford, and General Motors to remain dominant.

However, the last decade has brought about glimpses of a rare generational transformation. The emergence of electric vehicles (EVs) has had a resounding effect on the auto industry, which might be best exemplified by Tesla’s rise from scrappy startup to industry leader. The rest of the auto industry is taking notes from the trillion-dollar company – and the transition to EVs could shake up the pecking order of the auto industry in the coming years.

Here’s a list of the biggest car companies:

Rank Name Front Score
1 Tesla (TSLA) $615.32B 553
2 Toyota Motor (TM) $167.85B 570
3 General Motors (GM) $56.69B 608
4 Ford Motor (F) $55.72B 564
5 Honda Motor (HMC) $49.67B 575
6 Ferrari N V (RACE) $43.08B 603
7 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Nv (FCAU) $32.49B 531
8 Copart (CPRT) $31.98B 630
9 Aptiv (APTV) $28.11B 575
10 Magna International (MGA) $16.65B 586
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