YES! is a German sports car manufacturer founded in 1999 by Marco Kunz. The company’s first car was the 2001 Yes Clubsport, a mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive model powered by a 1.8-litre four-cylinder Volkswagen turbo engine. Each YES! buyer gets a national A-licence, for driving at racing circuits. During the 2-day-race training the driver gets a full instruction to drive safely with his YES! car.
Yenko Chevrolet was a Chevrolet dealership based in Pennsylvania, USA. The company was active from 1949 to 1982 and was best known for customized muscle cars in the late 1960s. The customized muscle cars are now called “Yenkos” and are one of the most collectible 1960s vehicles.
Yamaha Motor Company is a Japanese automotive company that produces motorcycles, commuter vehicles & scooters, recreational vehicles, boats, marine engines, snowmobiles, small tractors, personal watercraft, electrically power assisted bicycles, automobile engines, unmanned aerial vehicles, and golf cars. The company also became a supplier of Formula One engines for different racing teams from 1989 to 1997.