Cars that start with V

Cars that start with V

There are some pretty famous auto brands that start with the letter ‘V’. Obviously, it’s not the most popular character out of the bunch, but there are giants like Volkswagen and Volvo, for starters.

Volkswagen

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Volkswagen is one of the biggest German brands in general, as well as the single best-sold brand of cars from Europe. It was created in 1937 in Germany and was initially devised as a constructor of affordable cars for the populace. Their emblem is a circle with the letters ‘V’ and ‘W’ stacked inside it.

Volvo

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Volvo Cars is a Swedish producer of cars founded in 1927 and currently owned by the Chinese conglomerate Geely. Their primary products are family cars (including their famed electric and hybrid products) and trucks. Their usual emblem is an old symbol for iron, meant to reflect big iron reserves in the country, as well as its industry.

Vaillante

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Vaillante is a fictional car company from the French comic book series called ‘Michel Vaillant’ (issued in the 50-80s). Their key products were race cars, and there are still many toys sold in their likeness.

Vale

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Vale Special was the main product from the Vale Motors Company. These were issued between 1932 and 1935 and were sports and touring car variations.

Valmet Automotive

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Valmet is a producer of cars and auto parts from Finland, active since 1968. Their primary products are now electric versions of popular Mercedes cars, but they also focused on SAAB vehicles formerly.

VAM

VAM (aka ‘Mexican Automotive Vehicles’) was a Mexican car manufacturer active in the 40-80s. Most of their products included light passenger cars, SUVs and small trucks.

Van Hool

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Van Hool is a Belgian producer of buses, coaches and similar transport, which they exported to many countries in Europe. The business was founded in 1947 and is still kept in the family.

Vanden Plus

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Vanden Plus was a producer of bodies for sports, luxury and other cars between 1917 and 1963. It was a big British brand, and their products were used even after the dissolution.

Vandenbrick

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Vandenbrick is a Dutch company that basically designs and makes car bodies since 2009. These are mostly bodies for sports and supercars.

Vauxhall

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Vauxhall is a British vehicle manufacturer founded in 1857, making it the oldest-surviving car brand. Their first car was designed in 1903, and throughout the 20th century Vauxhall mostly made compact cars. A griffin is their usual emblem.

VDL Nedcar

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VDL Nedcar is a Dutch manufacturer of vehicles active since 1967. It’s a big car-building operation that builds models for German brands, but was also big on DAF and Volvo.

Vector

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Vector Motors is an American car producer founded in 1971. Most of their cars since then were sports models and race cars.

Vegantune Evante

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Vegantune Evante was a British sports car created in 1982. It was a compact high-performance model meant to rival Lotus vehicles of the time.

Velie

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Velie was an early American car manufacturer active between 1902 and 1929. Their primary products were sports and touring cars, as well as airplanes.

Vemac

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Vemac is a British car manufacturer mostly known for their Vemac 320R race car designed and produced between 2001 and 2009. Vemac is a British company owned by the Japanese.

Vencer

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Vencer is a Dutch vehicle manufacturer active since 2010. They make hand-built luxury sports cars, which currently includes just their Sarthe model.

Venturi

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Venturi is a French-Monaco brand of electric vehicles created in 1984. Their lineup includes sports cars, motorcycles, vans, small trucks and utility vehicles with electric engines.

Vermorel

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Vermorel was a family business of French engineers that existed between 1850 and 1965. For the last 66 years, they made sedans and other urban cars.

Vernon-Derby

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Vernon-Derby (or just Derby) was a British carmaker from 1921 to 1936. They made several urban cars but also tried building motorsport models.

Vespa

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Vespa is an extremely popular brand of scooters from Italy. These are created in Italy since 1946 by Piaggio, the Italian carmaker.

Victoria

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Victoria was a German motorcycle manufacture active between 1901 and 1966. These were mostly high-performance and sports models.

Victory

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Vignale

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Vignale is an Italian company known for making bodies for Italian-made cars since 1948. This business has been designing and making bodies for various cars from Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Maserati and other brands.

Vinaxuki or Xuan Kien

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Vinaxuki or aka Xuan Kien Auto was a Vietnamese carmaker between 2004 and 2015. The business mostly built trucks, light trucks and some utility vehicles,

Vinci

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Vinci is a car built by the Retroconcept Company from Portugal. It’s a sports car made to look like the older models from 50 years ago, but designed in 2008.

Vivinus

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Vivinus was a Belgian carmaker between 1899 and 1912. They were one of the earliest such businesses, with the first car assembled in 1895. Most of these were small carriage-like motor cars.

Voisin

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Voisin was a car business from France that made premium cars in 1905-1946. These were sleek, expensive cars best known for their elegant, but heavy design.

Volga

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Volga is a range of cars produced by the Russian GAZ carmaker since the 1950s. They are mostly sedans or higher-class sedans of superior quality to most Soviet car brands.