Car Brands Beginning With 'N'
Nash-Healey was a collaborative venture between the British automaker Donald Healey and the American automaker Nash-Kelvinator. The company produced high-performance sports cars in the early 1950s, combining Nash engines with Healey chassis.
NISMO, short for Nissan Motorsport International Limited, is the in-house tuning, motorsports, and performance division of Nissan. It is responsible for enhancing the performance of Nissan vehicles and has a strong presence in motorsport, particularly in the field of GT and endurance racing.
Nissan is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer that produces a wide range of vehicles, including electric cars, sedans, SUVs, and trucks. The company is known for its innovation and has a strong global presence.
Noble Automotive is a British sports car manufacturer known for producing high-performance sports cars. The company's vehicles are recognized for their exceptional performance and distinctive design.
Novitec Rosso is a German automotive tuning company that specializes in enhancing the performance and design of Ferrari vehicles. The company offers a range of aftermarket parts and complete car modifications for Ferrari cars.
Neri & Bonacini
Neri & Bonacini was an Italian automotive manufacturer that produced a limited number of high-performance sports cars in the 1950s.
Neuspeed is an American automotive tuning company that specializes in developing and producing high-performance aftermarket parts for Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche vehicles.
Nickey Chevrolet was a well-known Chevrolet dealership in Chicago that gained fame for its high-performance modifications to Chevrolet vehicles, particularly the Camaro and the Corvette.
Norman E. Timbs
Norman E. Timbs was an American automotive designer known for creating the iconic Norman Timbs Special, a one-off, hand-built, streamlined sports car in the late 1940s.
Nova Engineering was a British automotive manufacturer that produced the Nova, a small, lightweight sports car, in the 1960s.