The influence of Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler automakers continue to shrink both in local and global market. This decline in output and sales may appear like a consequence of United States automotive companies lagging at the back in business, but the crisis has many multifaceted factors. The industry carries the major blame, but there are several influences leading to the existing status of the United States car industries. The international automotive market in not as simple as it used to be a century ago, survival of American big three automakers in this stiff competition from foreign companies is becoming a serious matter in United States auto sector. Ford Motors, General Motors, and Chrysler offer a number of auto products, such as coupe, sedan, truck, wagon, and van, but this is not the only avenue of satisfying their automobile consumers. United States automakers need to put more focus on international environment matters, such as technological, political, energy issues, and even ‘green’ environment issues. This research will single out the problems facing the big three automakers, their future plans, and discussion on the possible solutions which should be taken in order for them to survive the stiff competition emanating from foreign automobile manufacturers.