List of 17 Car Brands That Start With the Letter E


  • Founded: 1948
  • Headquarters: Gurgaon, India
  • Car types: Motorcycles, Trucks, Buses
  • Popular models: Pro 2049, Pro 3015, Pro 2095XP CNG
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Eicher Motors is a vehicle manufacturer that sells primarily motorcycles. The parent company, Royal Enfield, is the oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production globally. Eicher also does business with Sweden’s AB Volvo to produce trucks and busses.


  • Founded: 2012
  • Headquarters: United Kingdom
  • Car types: Roadsters
  • Popular models: RP1, RP1-EV, Apex AP-0
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Elemental Motor Company has continually worked on the development of the RP1 sportscar, with the goal of producing it. Founder John Begley started Elemental with the goal of building a leading-edge lightweight sports car.


ERF was a truck manufacturer founded in 1933 by Denis Foden. The factory closed in 2002, though many truck drivers still favor the ERF brand’s unique design.


Exeed defines its brand name as “self-exceeding” and embodies that in its mission. The brand has set out to develop “the all-new premium auto brand” using leading technology, first-class design, and employing AI.


  • Founded: 1957
  • Headquarters: Dearborn, Michigan, United States
  • Car types: Cars
  • Popular models: Citation, Corsairs, Pacers
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Edsel was an automobile that was marketed by Ford Motor, its parent company. Once released to the public, it was thought to be an overhyped marque that was unsightly and not worth the cost.


Eternity Motors was a luxury car manufacturer based in the UK. Its first car, the Hemera, was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. In 2013, its second and final car, the Eterniti Artemis, was produced.


  • Founded: 1988
  • Headquarters: Auburn Hills, Michigan, United States
  • Car types: Luxury Sedans, Sportcars, Passenger Cars
  • Popular models: Summit, Talon, Vista
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Eagle was an automobile marque of Chrysler. Founded in the United States, the aim of Eagle was to appeal to the enthusiastic driver. Unlike Chrysler’s vehicles, it was promoted as a more “European” automobile compared to similar models.


  • Founded: 1969
  • Headquarters: Wiesbaden, Germany
  • Car types: Concept Cars
  • Popular models: Biwak, Cinema, Pontiac Solstice Hardtop
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EDAG is a German company founded by Horst Eckard in 1969. Its company contains more than 4,000 employees with 32 offices located globally. It now offers new product development and production facility development for the automotive industry.


  • Founded: 1957
  • Headquarters: Melbourne, Australia
  • Car types: Roadsters
  • Popular models: MS8 Streamliner, MS8 Clubman, T5 Clubman
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Elfin is an Australian automobile company that produces roadsters. Founded by Garrie Cooper, a racing driver, Elfin has seen some major success in Australia. It is the oldest continuous sports car manufacturer on the continent.


  • Founded: 1955
  • Headquarters: Bexhill, Sussex, England, United Kingdom
  • Car types: Racing Cars
  • Popular models: Climax Mk. III, Mk IV, Mk V
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Founded by Frank G. Nichols, Elva is a car manufacturing company that produces racing cars in the UK. Its name derives from the French phrase, elle va, meaning “she goes”.


  • Founded: 2010
  • Headquarters: Tianjin, China
  • Car types: Economy Cars
  • Popular models: SC5-RV, TX4 2.5
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Englon is a Chinese car manufacturer founded in 2010. The company aimed to create automobiles with a British style. Geely built a few of its cars before going on to acquire The London Taxi Company in 2013.


  • Founded: 1997
  • Headquarters: Cairo, Egypt
  • Car types: 3-Wheeled Vehicles
  • Popular models: Maestro, Micro
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Egy-Tech is a car manufacturer that specializes in producing three-wheeled vehicles. It has only two cars, the Micro and the Maestro.


  • Founded: 1989
  • Headquarters: Ankara, Turkey
  • Car types: Luxury Cars
  • Popular models: Premium Private Jet Van, V-Class
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Ertex Automotive is a Luxury car company that has been operating in Ankara, Turkey since ‘89. Its company has opened branch offices in Dubai, Russia, and the United States with the aim to develop overseas.


  • Founded: 2004
  • Headquarters: Solo, Indonesia
  • Car types: Trucks, Vans, SUVs, Hatchbacks
  • Popular models: Rosa Van, Digdaya
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Esemka is an Indonesian company founded in 2004. The brand name is an abbreviation of a vocational high school to honor students’ efforts. Since 2013, approximately 10 units of vehicles have been manufactured monthly.


Exagon was a French automobile company founded in 2009 and located in Magny-Cours. There was only one car produced, the Furtive-eGT. It was said that the Furtive-eGT sold out for the first year of its production.


  • Founded: 2009
  • Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
  • Car types: 3-Wheeled Vehicles
  • Popular models: Elio P4
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Elio Motors is a company in the United States that specializes in three-wheeled vehicles. The Elio P4 had release dates beginning in 2012, but as of 2021, there is no information on when to expect its release.


Equus Automotive was founded in 2012 and went on to produce its first automobile in 2015. Its company produces luxury cars that draw inspiration from the 1960s and 1970s muscle cars.

Other Letters to Check Out:
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Author: DJ

Dave Junior is a hands-on automotive technician with experience in performing service, diagnostics, and repairs on domestic and imported vehicles. He enjoys writing and sharing his knowledge far and wide.

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