Top 20 Cars That Start With V

Below are the vehicle brands that start with the letter “V”:


  • Founded: 1968
  • Headquarters: Uusikaupunki, Finland
  • Car types: Luxury, Electric, Convertibles
  • Popular models: Saab 95, Saab 96, Saab 99, Saab 90, Saab 900 CD, Saab 900, Saab 9-3
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Valmet produces several cars, including electric, luxury, and convertibles, some of them selling under popular brand names. Most vehicles produced by the company fall under the Saab range and Mercedes-Benz.


Van den Brink had a brilliant idea to design and build a special Ferrari coach. The result was a Vandenbrink GTO, a reworked version of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. Today, the company offers customization services to wealthy collectors.


  • Founded: 1903
  • Headquarters: Luton, UK
  • Car types: Electric, SUVs, City Cars, Hatchbacks, Vans, 7-seaters
  • Popular models: Corsa, Zafira, Astra, Astra Sports Tourer, Insignia, Insignia Sports Tourer, Meriva, Adam
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You can get anything from regular road vehicles, electric vehicles, vans to even city cars from the Chalton-based assembly line. Vauxhall cars are strong, classy, and environmentally friendly because of the electric cars and hybrids.


  • Founded:1971
  • Headquarters: Wilmington, California
  • Car types: Supercars
  • Popular models: Vector W8 Twin Turbo, Vector W8, Vector WX3 Concept (1992), Vector W8 (1991), Vector W2 Prototype (1973-1989), Vector M12 (1996), Vector M12(1996), Vector Avtech WX-8 HPV (2008), Vector Avtech WX-8 HPV (2008)
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Vector Motors specializes in producing sporting and racing cars that compete with European manufactured vehicles. The last vehicle the company produced was the WX-8. It’s unclear whether the company is still in operation.


  • Founded: 1990
  • Headquarters: Mase, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki, Japan
  • Car types: Customized cars, rally, and sportscars
  • Popular models: Veilside 350Z, Veilside RX-7 Fortune, Veilside Black Fortune VS, Veilside Supra 4509 GTR, Veilside Fortune NSX, Veilside 350Z Veilside Supra JZA 80, and Veilside Skyline R33
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VeilSide has risen from a parts dealer to a reputable car manufacturer. Every piece that rolls out of VeilSide’s assembly line is crafted to suit your luxurious style and transport needs.


  • Founded: 1998
  • Headquarters: Essex, England
  • Car types: Racing, sports
  • Popular models: Vemac RD320R, Vemac RD200, and Vemac RD180.
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Vemac was another manufacturing plant that concentrated all its efforts on racing vehicles and sports cars. The cars are better known for their cartoon-like appearance. They are primarily 2-seaters and powered by Honda engines.


  • Founded: 2010
  • Headquarters: Vriezenveen, Netherlands.
  • Car types: Supercars, sports cars
  • Popular models: Vencer Sarthe
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Vencer appeared on the scene of the supercars only a decade ago and has already made its mark with its debut car, the Vencer Sarthe. The vehicle had top speeds of up to 210mph and could accelerate from 0-62mph in just 3.6seconds.


  • Founded: 1984
  • Headquarters: Monaco
  • Car types: Electric, sports cars
  • Popular models: 300 Atlantique, 260 Atlantique, and the 400 GT
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Venturi aimed to break into the luxury sporty car market in the 80s with Atlantique and 400 GT models. However, they experienced challenges and soon resorted to manufacturing electric sporting vehicles that tackle extreme conditions.


Veritas is a German vehicle brand better known for its Veritas RS III sportscar. The vehicle resembled BMW 328s. The brand has kept close ties with the BMW, even fitting its classy cars with BMWs 90º V10.


  • Founded: 1952
  • Headquarters: California
  • Car types: Sports cars, racing units
  • Popular models: Victress S1
  • Website: Not available

The company made some of the best racing vehicles in the United States at the time, featuring enhanced aerodynamics and fiberglass bodies. The car featured a 94-inch wheelbase and top speeds of up to 203.105mph.


Virago comes from the Greco-Roman term in the Amazon, meaning a heroic female warrior. The boutique-style British carmaker made its debut with the Coupe in 2008 and hasn’t produced any other to date.


  • Founded: 1992
  • Headquarters: Brampton Assembly in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
  • Car types: Luxury, sedan
  • Popular models: Eagle Vision
  • Website: Not available

The Vision brand production debuted in 1992 at an auto show in Detroit and continued until 1997. The full-size four-door sedan featured a front-wheel-drive and 4-speed 42LE automatic transmission.


  • Founded: 2012
  • Headquarters: Auburn Hills, MI, United States.
  • Car types: Sports cars, sedans
  • Popular models: VLF Destino, VLF Force 1, and VLF Rocket 8
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This luxury sports car brand is the brainchild of Danish designer Henrik Fisker. It debuted with a gasoline sedan but has been improving over the years to include the Humvee series for the Middle East, China, and European markets.


  • Founded: 1905
  • Headquarters: Issy-les-Moulineaux, France
  • Car types: Luxury vehicle
  • Popular models: Voisin C28 – 1936
  • Website: Not available

The now-defunct company was the brainchild of a Frenchman, Avions Voisin, and production started with airplanes for the second world war. They later moved on to luxury vehicles in the post-war period. Production was, however, not sustainable due to the great depression.


  • Founded: 1937
  • Headquarters: Wolfsburg, Germany
  • Car types: Sports, SUVs, luxury, commercial, wagons, minivans, and hatchbacks
  • Popular models: Volkswagen beetle, Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen Tiguan, Volkswagen Toureg, Volkswagen Golf, Volkswagen Jetta (Sedan), Volkswagen Golf Variant (Wagon), Volkswagen Touran (SUV), and Volkswagen Golf Touran (Mini Van)
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Thanks to the beetle, popular with Rowan Atkinson, you are probably very familiar with the Volkswagen brand. Since its debut in 1937, the manufacturing giant has stood the test of time and produces sedans, golfs, and other popular models.


  • Founded: 1927
  • Headquarters: Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Car types: Electric, Hybrid, Sedans, Luxury Wagons, SUVs, Hatchbacks, and Convertibles
  • Popular models: XC90, XC60, S60, V40, S80, V50, V60, C30, FM12 and C70.
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Volvo is another pioneering brand that has stood the test of time. Thanks to its XC, S, V, FM, and C models, the brand is quite popular with luxury-made hybrids and hatchbacks.


  • Founded: 2008
  • Headquarters: Lansing, MI, United States.
  • Car types: Racing, Sports cars
  • Popular models: Vortex GT and Vortex V2
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Vortex is popular with high-performance GT class sports cars, evidenced by its popular Vortex GT and Vortex V2 models. The company seems to have moved on to electric racing vehicles.


This Mexican company produces racing vehicles featuring whole carbon-fiber bodies and aluminum honeycomb chassis with a hybrid aluminum-carbon option. The vehicles can accelerate from 0 to 62mph in 3.7 seconds.


  • Founded: 2017
  • Headquarters: Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Car types: Electric, luxury, SUV, and e-scooters
  • Popular models: LUX A2.0, LUX SA2.0, President, Fadil, VF e34, VF e35, VF e36, Klara
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VinFast is one of the most recent car brands mainly concentrating on luxury electric vehicles, SUVs, and scooters. The startup also acquired a license for delivering gasoline BMW engine autos in 2019.


  • Founded: 2010
  • Headquarters: Wuhan, China
  • Car types: Hatchback, SUV, sedan,
  • Popular models: e30 EV, T60, R30, D50, M50V, D60, T90, R50, R50X, T70
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Venucia has headquarters in China and mainly produces sedans, hatchbacks, and SUVs for the domestic market. It’s a marque of Dongfeng Nissan.

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Author: Dave Johnston

Dave 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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