Kaiser Motors was an automobile manufacturer based in Michigan, United States. The company operated from 1945 to 1953 when it merged with Willys-Overland to form Willys Motors Incorporated. Kaiser Motors was most notable for producing Kaiser Darrin, the first production fiberglass sports car in the USA.
Wilhelm Karmann GmbH or simply Karmann, was considered to be the largest independent automobile manufacturer in Germany until 2010. The company was established in 1901 by Wilhelm Karmann. They specialized in designing, developing, and producing convertible automobiles.
Katech is a performance engine and vehicle builder based in Michigan, USA. The company specializes in developing and producing high performance engines, aftermarket parts, and other automotive components.
Keating Supercars is a British kit-car manufacturer established in 2006 by Anthony Keating. Since their debut in 2006, the company has developed five models so far: the Keating SKR, Keating TKR, Keating ZKR, Keating Bolt, and Keating Berus.
Kellison was a specialty fiberglass body manufacturer for sports cars. They are known for their work on the Kellison Corvette Coupe which body was redesigned by the company and made from fiberglass making it lighter and faster than the original model.
Kepler Motors is an American independent car manufacturer that specializes in developing advanced performance vehicles for the high-end specialty car market. The company was established by Russ Wicks and unveiled the Kepler MOTION, 800 hp supercar, at the 2009 Dubai International Motor Show.
KIA Motors is a South Korean automobile manufacturer which produces various kinds of automobiles, luxury vehicles, and commercial vehicles worldwide. The company also develops hybrid electric vehicles and concept cars.
Kicherer is a German aftermarket tuning company that specializes in customizing and modifying Mercedes-Benz cars. They are one of the most reputed aftermarket specialists in Germany thanks to their work on various Mercedes-Benz and Audi cars such as the Kicherer Mercedes-Benz E 500 and Kicherer Audi RS-Street.
Kleemann is a Chinese aftermarket tuning company based in Xinjiang, China. The company specializes in tuning Mercedes-Benz sports cars, sedans, and SUVs. They also produce performance superchargers for Audi, BMW, and Porsche cars.
Established in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg is a premier sports car manufacturer based in Ängelholm, Sweden. The company is known for designing and developing world class supercars that regularly competes as the fastest production car.
Koenig Specials is a German tuning company specializing in modifying European luxury cars. Their work on modifying Ferrari cars from the 1980s to the 1990s gained them recognition as one of the premier aftermarket specialists in the industry.
Kremer Racing is a motorsports racing team based in Cologne, Germany. They regularly compete in various international events around the world using Porsche cars. The team is also known for developing Porsche tuned cars which they either race or sell to other racing teams.
KTM AG is an Austrian motorcycle and sports car manufacturer founded in 1992. The company is primarily known for their off-road motorcycles but since the 1990s, they also have gone on to develop and produce sports cars such as the KTM X-Bow R, X-Bow RR, and X-Bow GT.
Kurtis Kraft was an American designer and builder of race cars. The company has produced midget cars, quarter midgets, sports cars, sprint cars. It was established by Frank Kurtis in the 1930s. The company’s most famous car is perhaps the Kurtis Sport Car, a two-seat, aluminum-body sports car.
Karma is an American automaker of luxury electric cars. The company has produced several electric cars such as the Karma Revero (a luxury electric hybrid sedan based on the Fisker Karma) and the Pininfarina GT (a luxury electric hybrid coupe based on the Revero and the body designed by Pininfarina).