Cars that start with D

Cars that start with D

There are plenty of highly prominent automotive manufacturers, whose brands start with the letter ‘D’. Besides Dodge, Dacia and Datsun, however, a lot of smaller-scale producers also named their brands accordingly. Here’s the full list, anyhow.

Cars beginning with D:
There are many popular car models that start with D. It includes Renault Dauphine, Rolls-Royce Dawn, Aston Marin DB11, Iveco Daily and more.

Dodge

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Dodge is a popular American brand of cars. It was founded in 1900 and became a subsidiary of Chrysler by 1928. Their products include sports cars, vans, light trucks and utility cars. The usual emblem of Dodge is a ram.

Car brands that start with D:
Among the brands, whose names start with D, there are several big companies. It includes Dacia, Dodge, Daimler, Daihatsu and some more.

Ducati

 

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Ducati is a producer of motorcycles from Italy, founded in 1926. The company has created a lot of sports motorcycles and high performance models, although there have also been prominent off-road variants. Their badge is a red shield with the brand’s name written in white on it.

European cars that start with the letter D:
Dacia is likely the most popular European brand that starts with D. It’s a Romanian producer of SUVs and compact cars working under Renault.

Dacia

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Dacia is a Romanian car manufacturer active since 1966. They have been a subsidiary of Renault for a long time one, but the company’s products are still unique and original. Their product line includes mostly vans, compact cars and SUVs.

Asian car names that start with D:
Daihatsu, Datsun, Daewoo are three of the most popular Asian car brands that start with D. There are also plenty of smaller brands named accordingly.

Daihatsu

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Daihatsu is a Japanese carmaker active since 1951. They make compact cars, mini-SUVs and light vans with modest performance. Their usual emblem is a capital D stretched to extreme width inside a ring frame.

Datsun

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Datsun is a Japanese carmaker originally founded in 1931, but given its current form in 2013. Before, they made export cars of all sorts. Nowadays, it’s mostly budget cars of small sizes.

Dacon

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Dacon was a small carmaker from Brazil between 1964 and 1996. Their most prominent products were largely based off the popular German cars imported into the country.

Dadi Auto

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Dadi Auto was an automotive company in 1988-2012. The core of their products consisted of various light trucks, pickup vehicles and utility cars.

Daewoo Motors

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Daewoo was a prominent South Korean carmaker between 1972 and 2011. Most of vehicles made by them were compact, subcompact and small urban cars.

DAF

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DAF Trucks is an automotive company from the Netherlands, established in 1928. During 60-80s, they’ve designed several small family cars. Currently, they only produce heavy and light trucks. Tatra is one of their key brands.

Dagmar

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Dagmar was an early sports car produced between 1922 and 1927. For its time, it had the most audacious design and the best performance out of all cars.

Daimler

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Daimler is the contemporary name of Mercedes-Benz. The company was established in 1926. Through their iconic Mercedes brand, they’ve sold a lot of good cars. Besides that, there are also brands like Maybach, Daimler Trucks & Daimler Buses.

Dakar

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Dakar Rally is a classic endurance race, created by the French in 1979. Initially, these were races between Paris and Dakar (in Senegal). Over time, the route covered most countries in Africa.

Darracq

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Darracq was a French engineering company active between 1896 and 1902. They made early aircraft engines, but also tried building cars, of which they managed to make a few models.

Dartz Motorz Company

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Dartz is a Latvian carmaker founded in 2008. They’ve largely been developing been SUVs and particularly armored cars, of which there’s one functioning model, T-98.

Dauer

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Dauer was a German car business that existed from 1987 to 2008. Their work including making powerful racing cars from the usual Porsche models, some of which even won significant prizes (LeMans ’94)

David Brown Automotive

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David Brown Automotive is a British care manufacturer founded in 2013. Their products are a mix of ‘remastered’ Minis and sports cars of original make.

Davis

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Davis Motorcar Company was a car manufacturer in 1947-48. Primarily, they built three-wheelers, including a rocket-shaped convertible they called D-2 Divan.

Davrian

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Davrian was a British car manufacturer between 1965 and 1983. They made hand-built sports cars, which amount to a handful of drivable models.

Daytona Motors

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Dayrona is an English automotive brand active since 1990. They mostly make motorcycles and variation of them, such as karts.

DB

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DB (Deutsch-Bonnet) was a car manufacturer that existed in 1938-1961. They mostly produced racing cars, including several variations of their iconic Panhard model.

De Dietrich

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De Dion Bouton

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De Dion Bouton was a French engineering business that operated between 1883 and 1953. Originally, they made railcars and steam cars, but eventually expanded to tricycles and then to automobiles.

De Lorean

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De Lorean Motor Company was an American car manufacturer that existed between 1985 and 1972. It’s remembered primarily by the DeLorean – the futuristic sports car with up-doors.

De Soto

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De Soto was a car manufacturer from America that existed between 1928 and 1961. Most of their products were trucks and big, semi-luxury passenger cars.

De Tomaso

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De Tomaso is an Italian car manufacturer founded in 1959. They specialize in building sports cars and racing cars, some of which competed in Formula 1.

De Wandre

De Wandre was one of the earlier sports cars, built around 1923 in Belgium. Many parts in it were used from the iconic Ford Model T.

Deep Sanderson

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Deep Sanderson was a brand of British sports cars active in 60-80s. Most of these models were compact sports cars or small high-performance cars.

DeLaChapelle

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De La Chapelle is a French sports car brand founded in 1970. DLC models are primarily replicas of Italian sports cars, but there are also at least two original makes.

Delage

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Delage is a French automotive company founded in 1905 and resurrected in 2019. They mostly made high-class cars and early racing models.

Delahaye

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Delahaye was a car manufacturer from France that operated between 1894 and 1954. The brand made touring passenger cars, as well as utility vehicles and military cars.

Delecroix

Delecroixe was an early high-performance (for contemporary standards) car from Belgium. It was first released in 1897 and produced for a few following years.

Dellow

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Dellow cars were a brand of off-road, mud-going sports cars produced in England in 1949-56. 7 drivable models were made in total.

Denzel

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Denzel was a minor German carmaker that operated in 1948-55. Their cars were primarily high-performance vehicles of compact size.

Derby

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Derby was a carmaker in France, active between 1921 and 1936. They focused mainly on making cars for racing, as well as typical roadsters.

Derways

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Derways was a Russian, Chinese-owned company that operated between 2003 and 2019. They mostly made compact cars, SUVs and some sedan models for popular use.

Detroit Electric

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Detroit Electric was a rather popular early electric car produced in 1907-1939 with major success. Most of these had a cubic carriage-like shape.

Devaux Pty Ltd

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Devaux Pty Ltd is an Australian carmaker. Their most prominent product is a Devaux Coupe vehicle, which is a retro-looking car with a modern, powerful engine.

Devon Motorworks

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Devon Motorworks was a low-volume car manufacturer from America. They operated in 2008-13 and built high-class sports cars in small quantities.

Devrim

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Devrim was a first purely Turkish car built in this country. It was released in 1961 in miniscule quantities as a mid-size sedan without many prominent qualities.

Diana

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Diana Motors was an automotive company from America between 1925 an 1928. Most of these were semi-luxury, high-performance cars with 8-cylinder engines.

Diar

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Diar is an Iranian car manufacturer founded in 2000. The bulk of their products consist of Chinese-licensed crossovers and utility vehicles.

Diardi

Diardi is a Turkish car manufacturer active since 1987. They primarily develop and build sports cars using German and Italian parts.

DIM Motor Company

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DIM Motor Company was a Greek car manufacturer active in the 70s. It’s prominent only for building a compact 2V car called DIM 652, one of the early Greek-built cars.

Dinap

Dinap was an automotive company from Greece that existed in the 60s. Their primary product was a three-wheeled light truck called Dinap 1200.

Diva

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Diva was a British car producer in 1961-1966. Their products included sports cars built for motorsport, released in 5 complete models.

Dixi

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Dixi is trademark of the Automobilwerk Eisenach Company from Germany. This carmaker operated between 1986 and 1991 and is widely known as a manufacturer of Wartburg cars in their later years.

DKW

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DKW was a major German carmaker founded in 1916. This company built primarily small cars and motorcycles, and they were amongst the four brands that made up Audi in later years.

DKW-Vemag

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Vemag is a German-owned company DKW brand established in Brazil in 1957. Until 1967, they made some German DKW and Volkswagen vehicles for Brazilian consumers.

DMC

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DeLorean Motor Company was a classic carmaker from the 70s. Active in 1975-1982, their one successful car was a famed DMC DeLorean with gull doors.

Dome

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Dome is a Japanese carmaker, established in 1975. They busy themselves making racing cars, including several models that competed at Le Mans and Formula One.

Dominion

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Dominion Motors was a Canadian automaker established in 1931. They are primarily known as manufacturers of the Frontenac cars.

Dongfeng Motor Corporation

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Dongfeng Motor Corporation is one of the biggest Chinese carmakers. It was established in 1962. By 2020, they’ve accumulated several prominent car brands that build SUVs, trucks and compact cars.

Donkervoort Automobielen BV

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Donkervoort is a Dutch producer of sports cars, founded in 1978. There have been plenty of Donkervoort cars, most are extremely lightweight models meant for racing.

Dort

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Dort Motor Car Company was a car manufacturer from USA in 1915-1924. They produced 4 models that were sold at more-or-less an affordable price for the time.

DR Motor Company

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DR Motor Company is an Italian car constructor founded in 2006. Most DR cars are foreign models (usually Chery) that were modified and converted for Italian market.

Dragon

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Dragon was an early American producer of high performance cars, active in 1906-08. There have been 3 released touring models.

Du Pont

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Du Pont Motor was an American car manufacturer in 1919-1931. Besides big passenger cars, they also created naval equipment for the military.

Duesen Bayern

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Duesen Bayern is a Japanese car tuning business founded in 2001. Their job revolves around modifying the foreign cars and redesigning them with vintage exteriors.

Duesenberg

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Duesenberg was a car manufacturer from America in 1913-1937. They primarily built racing and touring cars, as well as military equipment.

Dufaux

Dufaux was a car model built in Switzerland in 1904. By the contemporary standards, these cars had extremely powerful engines with 4 and 8 cylinders.

Duplex

Duplex was an early Canadian automobile created in 1923. Only a few prototypes were made and it never made it to the market.

Durant

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Durant Motors was an American car brand that operated between 1921 and 1931. Most of their products were touring cars assembled from parts of other makers.

Durkopp

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Duryea

Duryea is the oldest producer of gasoline-fueled vehicles in America, active in 1895-1915. In this time, they’ve made many tricycles, cyclecars and small compact autos.

Dutton

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Dutton Cars was a British automotive company active between 1970 and 1989. Their primary products were touring and sports vehicles sold as kit cars.

Dynasty Electric

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Dynasty Electric is a Canadian manufacturer of electric cars. Their flagman – Dynasty IT – is a compact car, produced since 2001 and onwards.