Why do car companies make a new model every year?

Model years are mostly a convention rather than an indication of anything new. Before the 1940s, most vehicles were introduced with a model name (e.g. the Ford Model A) and when they were significantly upgraded, a new model name was given to the vehicle (ala Model T).

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