Car Brands That Start With the Letter W
Wanderer-Werke was a German manufacturer of bicycles , motorcycles , cars , vans , machine tools and office equipment from 1885 to 2010. The most famous car produced by the company was the Wanderer W25K which they first launched in 1936.
West Coast Customs or simply WCC is an automobile repair shop focusing on the customization of vehicles like the 2006 WCC HHR. It was started by co-founders Ryan Friedlinghaus and Quinton Dodson in 1994
Webb Automotive Art is a small hot rod fabrication and construction shop that focuses on the design, engineering, fit, finish and details of vehicles. The small company is known for designing the 2005 Webb Wedge Roadster based on an original drawing by Thom Taylor.
Weber Sportscars is a Swiss sports car manufacturer. The company is known for designing and developing the Weber Faster One, 1200 hp supercar and is currently one of the fastest street-legal sports cars in the world.
Weineck Engineering is a German car manufacturer notable for producing the Weineck Cobra Limited Edition. The Weineck Cobra Limited Edition is a supercar built using the same chassis that of the Shelby Cobra, a popular performance sports car in the 1960s built by Carroll Shelby.
Welter Racing is a French sports car maker that mainly enters in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The company built prototypes that they use to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans like the 2001 Welter Racing LMP and 2008 Welter Racing LMP2.
Westfield Sportscars is a manufacturer of factory built and kit versions of several two-seater, open top sports cars. The company currently produces a lineup of sports cars based on the Lotus Seven and Lotus Eleven open top sports cars like the Westfield XTR2 and Westfield XI.
Wiesmann is a small German car manufacturer that originally started making hardtops for convertibles. Today, the company produces sports cars like the 1997 Wiesmann Roadster, 2008 Wiesmann GT MF5, 2008 Wiesmann GT MF5, and 2011 Wiesmann Spyder.
Willys-Knight was an automobile marque manufactured by Willys-Overland Company from 1914 to 1933. The marque is known for its luxury vehicles and enjoyed a production run average of 50,000 cars per year beginning in 1922.