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By Damian Joseph
From the boons of Ford's (F) assembly line and Eisenhower's interstate highway system to the banes of suburban sprawl and oil dependence, U.S. history is closely tied to the automobile. But that doesn't mean Americans are privy to any ride they want. Carmakers like BMW (BMWF.F), Ford, and Volkswagen (VOWG.DE) design and manufacture all kinds of vehicles for consumers in different countries with separate needs and budgets. Here, gaze on 21 internationally released cars you're unlikely to see in U.S. showrooms any time soon.