Car Brands That Start With the Letter V
Valmet Automotive is a contract manufacturer and service provider for the automotive industry. The company currently focuses on developing and manufacturing premium cars, convertibles, electric vehicles and special vehicles like the 2005 Valmet Raceabout.
Vandenbrink Design is a Netherlands-based automotive design and coachbuilding company. It was established by founded in 2006 by Michiel van den Brink and Robert Koumans. The company is famous for designing and building special coachbuilt Ferraris such as Vandenbrink 599 GTO which was based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano and a shooting-brake version of the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti.
Vaughn Gittin Jr.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. is an American, professional drifter who currently competes in Formula D behind the wheel of his 2018 Monster Energy Nitto Tire Ford Racing Mustang RTR. One of drifting's most iconic figures, Vaughn has the second most wins in Formula Drift history (10) and 22 career podiums.
Vauxhall Motors is a British automobile manufacturer and a subsidiary of French car manufacturer Groupe PSA. The company is also one of the oldest established vehicle manufacturers and distribution companies in the United Kingdom.Vauxhall currently manufactures and markets passenger cars and light commercial vehicles under the Vauxhall marque. Vauxhall has been the second-largest selling car brand in the UK for more than two decades.
VDS Cars is a Belgian sports car manufacturer known for its successful racing heritage under the VDS Racing team. The company has fielded their own VDS cars in the 1980s in different international racing events around the world. Today, VDS is currently producing the VDS GT 001 supercar which was first introduced in 2013.
Vector Motors is an American automobile manufacturer known for developing supercars. The company was founded in 1978 by Gerald Wiegert as America’s direct competitor against the more established European performance car manufacturers like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Lotus. From the 1980s and 1990s, the company has produced around 50 supercar models that were built using American made components such as the Vector W2 and Vector W8.
Veilside is an aftermarket automotive company which originally sold suspension and engine tuning parts, and now sells interior as well as body parts for aerodynamic and aesthetic enhancement for vehicles from different car manufacturers. Aside from being famous for its body kits, the company also provides an engine tuning service and sometimes uses their cars to compete in time attack, drag racing and drifting events such as D1 Grand Prix.
Vemac is a Japanese automotive design company that builds concept cars for major Japanese car manufacturers. Being a R&D firm, the company has also developed a hybrid racing car, the Vemac RD320R. The Vemac RD320R currently competes in the Super GT GT300 class
Vencer is a Dutch niche manufacturer of expensive, powerful sports cars. The company was established in 2010 by Robert Cobben and has only released one model so far, the Vencer Sarthe introduced in 2013. The hand-built supercar currently retails for €270,882 and is only available in Europe.
Venturi Automobiles is a French-founded Monegasque-based multinational automotive manufacturer that currently designs, manufactures, and sells luxury electric vehicles. The company also sold petrol-powered sports/GT cars in the past.
Veritas was a West German post World War II sports and race car company founded by Ernst Loof, Georg Meier and Lorenz Dietrich. The company built road cars and racing cars in the 1950s under the name BMW-Veritas but the cars were simply known as Veritas after a few cars were made.
The Victress Manufacturing Company was founded in California in 1952. The company’s first car, the Victress S1A was introduced in 1954 and was designed by Hugh Jorgensen.
Virago Cars is a British niche carmaker credited for producing the Virago Coupé which they first unveiled at the 2008 Top Marques Auto Show in Monaco. The Virago Coupé was designed to compete against the likes of Noble and TVR sports cars.
Vision Industries is an American specialty automotive engineering, design, and manufacturing company based in Mar Vista, California. The company currently engineers, designs, and produces the Vision SZR, a mid-engine, high performance sports car.
VLF Automotive is a small American-based automotive company formed in January 2016. It was founded as VL Automotive in 2012 by Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal, then renamed after Henrik Fisker joined the company. The company currently produces the VLF Destino which was first introduced at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The VLF Destino is a four door sedan based on the Fisker Karma.
Avions Voisin was a French luxury automobile brand established by Gabriel Voisin and was active from 1919 to 1939. The company is known for their pre-World War II luxury vehicles such as the Voisin Type C27 Aerosport Coupe, Voisin C25 Aérodyne, and Voisin C23.
Volkswagen is a German automaker established in 1937. It is also the flagship marque of the Volkswagen Group, the largest automaker in the world. The company was founded by the German Labor Front in 1937 as a manufacturer of people’s cars since most Germans in the 1930s can’t afford cars. Volkswagen translates to "people's car" in German. Since then, the company has produced a wide variety of vehicles from military vehicles to plug-in hybrid electric vehicles which they sell worldwide.
Volvo Cars is the luxury vehicle brand and a subsidiary of the Chinese automotive company, Geely. The company currently manufactures and markets sport utility vehicles (SUVs), station wagons, sedans and compact executive sedans. In 2019, Volvo announced that they will begin producing fully-electric and hybrid electric vehicles onward.
Vörsteiner is an automotive company that manufactures high-quality performance parts and custom body kits for cars from different car manufacturers.
Vortex Motor Company is a Washington-based American specialist sports car manufacturer known for introducing the Vortex F1 at the SEMA 2010 show. The Vortex F1 features a GM-sourced 2.0 liter turbocharged engine that can produce 290 HP and 340 ft-lbs of torque.
VŪHL is a Mexican/American automotive design company established by brothers Iker and Guillermo Echeverria. The company is known for introducing the VŪHL 05, an ultra-lightweight supercar, at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed.