Columbia represented a distinguished lineage of American automobiles, crafted by a consortium of enterprises within the United States. This coalition comprised the renowned Pope Manufacturing Company headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut, alongside the Electric Vehicle Company.

In a transformative move, the enterprise was rebranded as the Columbia Motor Car Company in 1908, later being absorbed by the United States Motor Company in 1911.

Another distinct iteration, Columbia Motors, operated from 1916 to 1924.



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