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cars beginning with e


Which Car Brands Start With 'E'?

The most popular car brands beginning with 'E' are Elemental, Etud and Edran. 

  • Echidna

  • Edag Engineering

  • Edo Competition

  • Edwards

  • Elemental

  • Elfin

  • Elva

  • Enizio

  • Epsilon

  • Ermini

  • Etud

  • Eunos

  • Evans

  • Evolv

  • Exagon


Car Brands Beginning With 'E'



Echidna was the name used to call the sports racing cars built by Ed Grierson, John Staver, and Bill Larson during the mid-1950s. There were only three cars built under this name. Despite their cost-effective nature, the Echidnas were able to compete against far more exotic automobiles at that time and were able to win a few races. However, the company's automotive efforts did not continue, and the brand is no longer active.


Edag Engineering

EDAG Engineering is a German automotive engineering company that specializes in the development and optimization of automobiles. The company is noted for its concept cars such as EDAG Biwak and EDAG Pontiac Solstice Hardtop.


Edo Competition

Edo Competition is a German automotive tuning company that is known for its high-performance modifications to various car models. The company has developed and introduced various concept cars and is recognized for its expertise in enhancing the performance and design of vehicles.



Edwards was an American automobile manufacturer that produced a range of sports cars and racing cars. The company was known for its distinctive and stylish designs. However, due to production costs, only a limited number of cars were made, as little as five or six, and they were mainly used for racing. The company's automotive efforts did not continue, and the brand is no longer active.



Elemental Motor Company is a British sports car company founded in 2012. The company developed and introduced its first car as a concept called Exagon Furtive-eGT, an electric grand tourer sports car, at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. With the Enizio EVS, the company has set its goals to manufacture the world’s fastest electric cars.



Elfin Sports Cars is an Australian manufacturer of sports cars and racing cars. The company was founded by Australian racing driver Garrie Cooper and is the oldest and most successful Australian sports car manufacturer with multiple championships.



Elva was a British sports and racing car manufacturer founded by Frank G. Nichols in 1955. The company produced low-cost sports and racing cars throughout its production run. The 1959 Elva Mk V was perhaps the most successful racing car produced by the company as it won a significant number of races.




Enizio is an American automotive manufacturer that is known for its electric vehicle conversions. The company has set its goals to manufacture the world’s fastest electric cars.



Epsilon Euskadi, or EPIC Racing, or Euskadi Phil Imanol Claudio Racing, was a Spanish racing team. They designed and constructed the Epsilon Euskadi LMP1, a sports racing car which competed in the Le Mans Prototype LMP1 class of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.



Ermini was an Italian car manufacturer founded by Pasquale “Pasquino” Ermini. The company produced a range of sports cars and racing cars. The Ermini 1100 Sport was one of the most successful models produced by the company.




Eunos was a marque of Mazda Motor Corporation, a Japanese automaker, from 1989 to 1996. Mazda marketed Eunos as their upscale, fun to drive series of cars in their home market. The Eunos name was brought back in 2020 for a limited edition of the Mazda MX-5 in France as the MX- a nod to how the original MX-5 was sold as the Eunos Roadster in Japan. Mazda diversified in the Japan market with the launch of three new marques. The company created Autozam, Eunos, and ɛ̃fini, in addition to the Mazda and Ford brands already marketed by it there. The Eunos marque was marketed as a fun to drive, upscale brand compared to entry-level Autozam, traditional Mazda products, and the exclusive luxury brand ɛ̃fini. The name was derived from the ancient Greek "eu" meaning "good" and "nos", an abbreviation of "numbers" in English, meant to signify a number, or assortment, of good things.



Evans Automobiles is a small American car manufacturer based in Stone Mountain, Georgia, and was founded by John Evans. So far, there are only two known cars designed and built by the company, the Evans 386 LM and the Evans 486 LM.



Evolve Automotive is an international engineering and tuning company. They provide performance upgrades for European sports cars such as BMW, Volvo, etc.



Exagon Motors is a division of Exagon Engineering, a French auto racing team. For many years, Exagon Engineering’s primary focus is to design and develop electric cars until 2009 when they. The company’s production only lasted 12 years from 1946 to 1958. But they were able to put out some amazing cars such as the Ermini Alfa Romeo 2500 SS and the Ermini Etud Integral is an Italian engineering and automotive company that specializes in developing One of the prototypes built by the company is the Etud Scooto Concept which has drawn a lot of



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