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Car Brands That Start With The Letter H




Hamann Motorsport is a German-based car tuning company established by Richard Hamann in 1986. The company primarily focuses on customizing and tuning Audi, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Mini, Ferrari, Fiat, Jaguar, Land Rover, Maserati, Mercedes, Rolls Royce, Porsche and Lamborghini cars.



Hartge is a German car tuning company established in 1971. The company specializes in customizing, modifying, and tuning BMW, MINI, Juno, and Range Rover cars.



Hennessey Performance Engineering is an American tuning company established in 1991 by  John Hennessey. The company specializes in modifying sports cars and supercars from different automakers such as Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, Chevrolet, Dodge, Cadillac, Lotus, Jeep, Ford, GMC, Lincoln and Lexus.



Hispano-Suiza was an automotive engineering company that later transitioned to manufacturing aviation engines and other components. The company was best known for their luxury cars before World War II such as theHispano-Suiza K6, Hispano-Suiza J12, and Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet Xenia.



Holden is a former Australian carmaker and former automobile manufacturer established in 1956. The company has produced a number of automobiles until 2017 when its last production plant was closed after suffering serious declines in profits. Today, the company has shifted its focus into importing vehicles.



Honda is the second largest and the eighth largest automobile manufacturer in the world in 2015. The company sells automobiles such as cars, SUV, and light trucks, commercial vehicles, and luxury vehicles under the Acura marque.



Horch was a German car brand manufactured by August Horch & Cie during the early 20th century. The company was most noted for introducing a new line of V8 automobiles in the 1930s which are smaller, cheapear, and presentable. The company is also considered to be the direct ancestor of the Audi company.



Honda Performance Development or HPD is a subsidiary of Honda established in 1993. The company is the technical operations center of Honda American programs and is also part of the design and development of racing engines and chassis for auto racing series such as IndyCar Series, American Le Mans Series , Le Mans Series , FIA World Endurance Championship, and IMSA SportsCar Championship.



Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) is the performance vehicle division of Holden (an Australian carmaker and manufacturer). Established in 1987, the company modifies and transforms Holden cars such as the Holden Commodore, Holden Caprice, and Holden Ute into performance-oriented vehicles.



Hyundai Motor Company is a South Korean multinational automotive manufacturer which is currently the third largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. The company develops and sells automobiles, luxury cars, commercial vehicles, and engines as well. The company has also ventured into developing and manufacturing hybrid and electric vehicles such as the Hyundai BlueOn and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid.


Misc H Car Brands


Hafei is a Chinese automaker that manufactures commercial motor vehicles such as sedans, MPVs, mini vehicles, small trucks and vans. The company was founded in 1950 and it has all its production facilities based in Heilongjiang, China. The company was also noted for their partnership with Pininfarina which led to the development of the Hafei HF Fantasy Pininfarina Concept car.


Hasport is an American automotive company which specializes in manufacturing engine swap kits and other high performance auto parts for Honda and Subaru cars.


HBH is a Danish coachbuilder named after its three founders: Jesper Hermann, Christian Brandt, and Torben Hartvig. This is the same company that designed and developed the Zenvo ST1, a 1104 hp hypercar. The company is currently working on a new supercar project called HBH Bulldog GT, a mid-engine sports car based on the Aston Martin V12 Vantage.


Heuliez was a French company that served as a production and design unit for various car manufacturers around the world. The company was noted for their focus on developing niche markets on the automobile industry such as convertibles.


Heynsdyk or Heijnsdijk Sportscars is a Dutch boutique kit car company established by Ronald Heijnsdijk in 2006. The company specializes in designing and developing kit cars such as as the Heynsdyk 2500SF which was based on the Porsche 944.


HKS is a Japanese automotive company founded by Hiroyuki Hasegawa in 1973. The company that develops and sells high-performance engines, aftermarket and accessory automotive parts, as well as other components.  They develop turbocharger upgrades and bolt-on turbochargers which are both the core of the company’s business.


Hoermann Motorsport is German aftermarket tuning company. They’ve worked together with Alfa Romeo to create an extensive tuning package for the Alfa Romeo 156 which led to the development of the Hoermann 156 GTA.


Hommell was a French automobile manufacturer established in 1990 by Michel Hommell. From 1990 to 2003, the company has produced three models: Berlinette Échappement, Berlinette RS coupé, and Berlinette RS2. The company ceased its operation in 2003 due to financial reasons.


Hongqi is the Chinese luxury marque of FAW Car Company, an automotive manufacturing company based in Jilin, China. It was launched in 1958 and is the oldest automotive marque in Chinese history. The company has also developed some concept cars such as Hongqi HQD Concept, Hongqi SUV, and Hongqi S9.


Hooper was a British coachbuilding company. It is among the best suppliers of luxury bodies from 1805 to 1959. Some of their luxury body car customers included  Kings of Spain, Norway, Portugal and Siam, the Shah of Persia and the Negus of Abyssinia. By the end of 1959, the company changed its name to Hooper (Motor Services) Ltd.


Hotchkiss was a French automobile manufacturer. The company originally started as an arms manufacturer. The Hotchkiss 686 was by far the most notable car made by the company. The Hotchkiss marque bear a symbol of a pair of crossed cannons which evokes the company’s history as an arms manufacturer.


Howell Automotive is an American tuning company established in 1990. The company modified a Dodge Neon SRT-4 which lead to the development of the Howell Neon SRT-4. Their efforts for the Howell Neon SRT-4 has gained them recognition as one of the best tuners in the world.


HRG Engineering Company or simply HRG was a British car manufacturer established in 1936 by Major Edward Halford, Guy Robins and Henry Ronald Godfrey. The name of the company was derived from the first letters of the surnames of the founders. Some of the cars made by the company include HRG 1500, 1947 HRG Aerodynamic., and HRG Airline Coupe.


Hudson Motor Car Company was an automobile manufacturer from Detroit Michigan. The company ran from 1909 to 1954 when it merged with Nash-Kelvinator to form the American Motors Corporation (AMC).


Hulme Supercars is a New Zealand boutique car company. The company is most noted designing and developing the Hulme F1 (a 600 hp sports car) and the Hulme CanAm (a mid-engined road-going supercar).


Hurst Performance is a manufacturer of high-performance aftermarket parts for automobiles. The company specializes in manufacturing and marketing aftermarket parts to enhance the performance of automobiles, most specially muscle cars. 


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