With so many new automobile manufacturers starting to appear worldwide, the question is always, what are the cars that start with V?
We will review current and defunct manufacturers and see how many are there and where.
Here are all the car names starting with V, but let’s first look at the top manufacturers.
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Top 6 Cars That Start With V
- Vauxhall Motors
Cars That Start With V: Still In Production
There are 20 automobile manufacturers producing vehicles whose names start with the letter V, and here they are in alphabetical order:
|Vanderhall Motor Works
|Vehicle Factory Jabalpur
If you ever wondered what a mix of a Lotus Esprit and a Ferrari F40 would be, then Venturi made just that vehicle.
Here is a video of the Venturi 400 Trophy going full throttle around Spa-Francorchamps with its twin-turbo 3.0 V6 engine producing 400HP:
Cars That Start With V: That Defunct
Since the invention of the self-propelled vehicle, there have been 52 automobile manufacturers that are no longer in business, and here they are in alphabetical order from their country of origin:
- Vespa (not to be confused with the scooters)
- VDL Berkhof
- Von Braun Holding Company
|Victor Page Motors Corp
Final Thoughts On Cars That Start With V
Hopefully, you are surprised how many car manufacturers there are that names begin with V and the massive amount in the past.
It would have been interesting if most of these older manufacturers were still in production today.
What Expensive Cars Start With The Letter V?
When you watched the first Suicide Squad movie, you would have seen the Vaydor Coupe that Joker drove with, and you can buy precisely the same car with a Chevrolet v8 turbo for $100,000.
Volvo was always a sensible choice, but they cater to the higher-end marker with their Recharge (Hybrid) range; you can buy a Volvo XC90 Recharge SUV with all the extras for $93,430.
Luckily, a track-day-orientated manufacturer is also produced in Mexico; the Vuhl 05RR only weighs 1,455 LB (660 KG) and makes 400HP for $112,000.
What Car Company Has A V Logo Of V?
Only two car manufacturers utilize just a V for their logo; VinFast is a Vietnamese company, and Venturi is based in Monaco and is now focusing on electrification.
What Is A V Engine?
A V engine describes the configuration of the cylinders when viewed straight on the engine’s crankshaft.
You get a narrow to wide angle V-layout engine from the Volkswagen VR engines that only has a 15-degree V compared to the Ferrari Testarossa V12, which is 180 degrees or flat.