The establishment and development of Auto Industry has so far gone through a history of more than one hundred years. Marked by the use of assembly line which formed mass production in Ford Motor Corporation in 1931, assembly line production technology along with the serialization, generalization and standardization of products promoted the first great world development of the Auto Industry in the modern sense. The United States hence became the center of the world's leading car producers. In 1950s and 1960s, the Western Europe paid attention to the diversification and innovation of technologies applied to production, which facilitated the revitalization of the European car industry. Therefore, it brought the second development upsurge of the world’s auto industry. Thus, the European car industry and the United States car industry had equal shares in the geographical distribution pattern. Then in the 1970s and 1980s, Japan and South Korea in East Asia had an innovation of enterprise management within the monopoly system, and this innovation has realized the centralized production at a low cost, improved the labor productivity, and thus developed quickly, contributing to the third development upsurge of the world auto industry (Hatani, 2009). The above three development upsurges of the world auto industry has formed the main regional pattern of the world car industry—the three big centers of auto production and the basic geographical pattern of automobile industry development and their respective characteristics.