Full List of Car Brands That Start With the Letter "F"
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Car Brands That Start With the Letter F
9FF is a car tuning company based in Dortmund, Germany. It was founded in 2001 by Jan Fatthauer. The company is known for their work on developing street legal racing vehicles out of Porsche cars such as the 9FF GT9 R which was based on the Porsche 911.
F. R. P. Company was a New York based automobile manufacturer founded by Finley Robertson Porter after leaving the Mercer Company. Finley Robertson Porter was the creator of the Mercer Type 35 Raceabout, the most admired high-performance in the 1910s. The company ran from 1914 to 1915 but they were able to build some amazing cars which was named after Finley Robertson Porter such as the F.R.P. Series B.
FAB Design is a Swiss tuning company that specializes in vehicle conversions. The company was founded by Roland Rysanek in 1997 and since they have been known for delivering striking upgrades and high-quality transformations to different types of cars.
FABCAR is an American racing design and fabrication shop founded by Dave Klym in 1977. They specialize in developing racing car prototypes for different racing teams such as the 1984 Fabcar 935/84, 1986 Fabcar CL, and 2003 Fabcar FDSC/03.
Facel Vega was a French company established in 1939. The company was originally established to manufacture military aircraft components but later transitioned to developing automobiles using their own designs. Some of the cars made by the company were Vega FV, Facel Vega FVS, Facel Vega HK500, Facel Vega II, and Facel Vega Excellence.
Facetti was an automotive marque developed by Carlo Facetti. Carlo Facetti was known for developing a number of amazing competition cars based on the Ferrari 308 GTB. The most notable car he developed was the Facetti 308 Carma FF which went on to compete at the 1981 24 Hours of Daytona where it set the fastest lap.
Factory Five Racing
Factory Five Racing is an American American automobile company that designs and manufactures automotive parts such as assembly kits, chassis, bodies, and other related components for replicars and sports cars. The kit cars designed and manufactured by the company includes the GTM Supercar, FFR Roadster, Challenge Series Racer, Type 65 Coupe, '33 Hot Rod, Type 65 Coupe, and Project 818.
Faraday Future is an American startup technology company that specializes in developing electric vehicles. Some of the electric vehicles developed by the company includes FF ZERO 1, FF 01, FF 91, and 701-EV. All of these cars, only the FF 91 is in production.
Faralli & Mazzanti
Faralli & Mazzanti or Mazzanti Automobili is an Italian automobile company that manufacturers handcrafted high performance cars and restoring classic cars. The company was founded by Luca Mazzanti and Walter Faralli in 2002. Some of the cars developed by the company are the Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8 GT (the company’s first touring car) and Mazzanti Evantra which was unveiled at the 2013 Top Marques Show in Monaco.
Farbio Sports Cars was a British luxury sports car manufacturer. The company is most noted for developing the Farbio GTS 400 in 2007 with production starting in 2008 for 400 units. In 2010, the company sold the rights to the Farbio GTS 400 to Ginetta Cars and is now known as Ginetta F400.
Farman Aviation Works was a French aviation company that originally manufactures aircrafts and engines. Later on, the company also developed and manufactured cars until 1931 and boats until 1930. Some of the models made by the company are Farman 12 CV (1902), Farman A 6 (1919–1923), Farman A 6 B (1923–1927), Farman NF (1927–1929), and Farman NF 2.
Farboud Limited was a British car manufacturer founded by Arash Farboud in 1999. The company designed and developed the Farboud GT and Farboud GTS which they unveiled to the public in 2002 and 2003 respectively. The company changed its name in 2006 and is now called Arash Motor Company.
Fenix Automotive was a British supercar manufacturer founded in 2009 by Lee Noble. In November 2009, the company released a press release about a supercar that they are developing called the Fenix Supercar. It is said to be powered by the same V8 engine found in the Corvette ZR1 and was expected to enter production in 2010. Production plans were halted when the company dissolved in 2012.
Fenomenon is a British design firm which was most noted for unveiling the Fenomenon Stratos to the public at the 2005 Geneva Auto Show. It is the company’s modern take on the legendary sports and rally car Lancia Stratos.
Ferrari is an Italian luxury sports car manufacturer founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 and is based in Maranello, Italy. Throughout its history, Ferrari has been considered as the most successful names in the racing industry, particularly in the Formula One. No other racing team is as successful as Ferrari when it comes to the number of championships won. Its road cars are also widely considered as a symbol of speed, wealth, and luxury.
Fiat Automobiles is an Italian automobile manufacturer and is owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (the eighth largest automaker in the world). The company traces its history back to 1899 when they produced the Fiat 4 HP, the first Fiat automobile. Over the years, Fiat has produced a number of cars ranging from small, medium and mid-sized hatches to SUVs and even light commercial vans.
Fifteen52 is an American automotive tuner based in California, USA. The company has been in business since 1996 and has been known for their collaboration with Ken Block and Ford dubbed the Project ST. The project aims to build the perfect streetcar and track car based on the Ford Focus ST.
Fioravanti is an automotive design firm founded by Leonardo Fioravanti and is based in Moncalieri, Italy. The company originally began working on architectural projects in Japan in 1987, and since 1991, they shifted their focus on automotive design. They have created a number of concept cars since then such as Fioravanti Hidra and the Fioravanti LF1 among others.
Fisker Automotive was an American automobile company which was most noted for developing the Fisker Karma, one of the world’s first production luxury plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The car was introduced at the 2008 North American International Auto Show and deliveries were made in 2011. Although the production run was short, the company was able to produce over 2,450 Fisker Karmas.
Flajole-Kehrig Company was an American design-build shop founded by Bill Flajole and John Kreig in 1939. The company was the one who developed the Nash NXI prototype, a two-seat sportster based on a Fiat 500 Topolino. The prototype would later on became the inspiration for the Nash Metropolitan, from which the 1955 Flajole Forerunner was based.
Foose Design is an American automotive and product design development company founded by Chip Foose in 1998. The company specializes in illustration, graphics, ideation, model making, surfacing and complete construction of automobiles and automotive related products for different automobile manufacturers, private individuals, and film producers. Some of the cars developed or customized by the company are Foose Hemisfear and Lil Foose Coupe.
ForceFed is a small independent automotive tuning company based in California, Usa. The company specializes in developing high-quality performance parts and turbo kits for different sports cars such as Mitsubishi Evolution, Subaru WRX, and Lotus Elise.
Ford Motor Company or simply called as Ford, is an American multinational automaker. It was founded by Henry Ford in 1903. The company is the second largest automaker in the US and the fifth largest automaker in the world. They produce automobiles, luxury vehicles, commercial vehicles, pickup trucks, and SUVs as well as automotive parts.
Frazer Nash was a British brand of sports cars manufactured by Frazer Nash Limited from 1922 until the late 1950s. Not many Frazer Nash cars were made during its production run but one of the most notable models under the brand name was the 1950 Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica.
FSWerks is an American manufacturer of high performance street and race products specifically for the Ford Mustang, Ford Focus, and Ford Fiesta. One example of their work is the FSWerks Focus in 2009 that was based on Ford Focus coupe and transformed it into a serious track car.
Fuore Design is an independent design firm based in Barcelona, Spain. The company was credited for designing and developing the Fuore BlackJag Concept which they unveiled at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show. The BlackJag concept car was designed to unite the essence of a Formula One car with Jaguar’s quality luxury sports cars.