Car Brands That Start With the Letter C
Cadillac is among the first automobile brands in the world, second in the United States only to fellow GM marque Buick. By the time General Motors purchased the company in 1909, Cadillac had already established itself as one of America's premier luxury car makers. It continues to focus on the luxury market with high priced, high quality cars made in America.
Callaway has built a firm reputation for producing some of the most sophisticated and advanced Corvette-based automobiles. Cars like the Callaway Sledgehammer Corvette are etched in tuner-car folklaw.
Caparo Vehicle Technologies was a British company that provides advanced technology development, design services, and materials engineering to the aerospace, automotive, and motorsport sectors. The company was founded by two former Ferrari engineers and was able to produce a sports car called Caparo T1.
Carlsson Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH is a tuning company founded in 1989 by the brothers Rolf and Andreas Hartge. Carlsson specializes in the refinement of Mercedes-Benz and smart cars. Carlsson products are characterized by racing experience with extreme tuned supercars that are insanely quick and awesome to drive.
Castagna or Carrozzeria Castagna is a coachbuilding and design company based in Milan, Italy. The company was founded in 1849 and became known for building coach automobiles. Today, the company is specializing in creating luxury sports cars such as Castagna Imperial Landaulet and Castagna Aznom.
In his wildest dreams, Colin Chapman would not have believed his lightweight sports car would last half a Century, that it would still be a benchmark for performance and handling, be sold all over the world and provide unrivalled opportunities in motorsport. The Seven is almost the default choice for drivers looking for track day thrills or a back road blast.
As an automotive company that builds cars, trucks and SUVs for all segments, Chevy has a worldwide brand that is known for quality and safety. For drivers though Chevy is known for some of the most affordable bang for your buck muscle and sports cars on the planet. Look no further than the Corvette for proof.
Today Chrysler is a family brand of sedans & minivans. That was not always the case. Founded by Walter Chrysler in 1925 used the General Motors brand diversification and hierarchy strategy. Cars like the original Chrysler 300 and Chrysler Imperial were cars that wowed customers back in the day. You won't see much recently that gets us excited from the Chrysler brand (too bad).
Cisitalia was an Italian sports and racing car company founded in 1946 by Piero Dusio. The company has developed and produced a number of racing cars in the 1940s most notably the Cisitalia 202 GT. They have also participated in Formula One in 1952.
Citroën is known and respected internationally for its creativity and avant-garde style. It creates some of the most unique designs and styles when it comes to new cars. This is supercars.net archive of the Citroën history, the cars and the latest that is going on in terms of news and rumors.
Cizeta Automobili SRL was an Italian car manufacturer founded in 1988 by Claudio Zampolli and Giorgio Moroder. The company has only one product over the course of its run, the Cizeta-Moroder V16T. In 1995, the company filed for bankruptcy.
Continental is the brand name used for the series of midsize and full-size luxury cars produced by Lincoln (a division of the Ford). The Continental series has been in production for over 55 years and rangers from a flagship model to a based-trim sedan.
Cooper Car Company is British car manufacturer founded in 1947 by Charles Cooper and his son John Cooper. The company simply began building racing cars in a small garage in Surrey in 1946. The company’s fortunes came in the 1950s and the early 1960s when their cars competed in Formula One and Indianapolis 500.
Cord was the brand name used by Auburn Automobile Company for their American luxury automobiles manufactured from 1929-1932 and in 1936-1937. Cord cars are known for their innovative technological advancements and streamline designs at that time.
Courage Compétition was a French manufacturer of racing vehicles and a motorsport team. Throughout its history, Courage has built racing cars in partnership with established car manufacturers such as Ford, Nissan, and Porsche to compete primarily in the 24 Hours of Lemans. The company now operates in a different name, Courage Technology and focuses on developing electric racing cars.