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List of car manufacturers of the United Kingdom

 

List of car manufacturers of the United Kingdom

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As of 2014 there are approximately 35 active British car manufacturers and over 500 defunct British car manufacturers.

Contents

  • Current manufacturers 1
  • Former manufacturers 2
    • A 2.1
    • B 2.2
    • C 2.3
    • D 2.4
    • E 2.5
    • F 2.6
    • G 2.7
    • H 2.8
    • I 2.9
    • J 2.10
    • K 2.11
    • L 2.12
    • M 2.13
    • N 2.14
    • O 2.15
    • P 2.16
    • Q 2.17
    • R 2.18
    • S 2.19
    • T 2.20
    • U 2.21
    • V 2.22
    • W 2.23
    • X 2.24
    • Y 2.25
    • Z 2.26
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
    • Other sources 4.1

Current manufacturers

A
B
C
D
G
J
  • Jaguar (1945–present)
  • JBA (1982–present)
  • JZR (1989–1998; 2000–present)
  • Javan (2006–present)
L
M
  • McLaren (1969–1970; 1993–1998; 2005–Present)
  • MG (1924–present) [3]
  • Mini (1959–present)[4]
  • MK (1996–present)
  • Morgan (1910–present)
N
P
R
S
T
U
V
W

Former manufacturers

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

  • Xtra (1922–1924)

Y

  • YEC (1907–1908)

Z

See also

Notes

  1. ^ established 1999 as Farboud
  2. ^ Note: As of 2014, the brand appears to be dormant.
  3. ^ Note: Wholly Chinese-owned assembly plant
  4. ^ Note: Wholly owned by BMW
  5. ^ Note: Wholly owned by General Motors via Adam Opel subsidiary
  6. ^ known as Albany-Lamplough
  7. ^ Automobile Manufacturing Company
  8. ^ makers of the Bolsover Express boiler, used for steam launches and replacement for Stanley steam cars.
  9. ^ Bridgwater Blake Museum, Timeline, page 12
  10. ^ Hill Climb Cars
  11. ^ Meteor Manufacturing, London N4
  12. ^ Coventry
  13. ^ Silent Transport Ltd, Woking. Electric.
  14. ^ Do-it-yourself job for which plans were provided
  15. ^ Renamed Arash
  16. ^ merged with Ginetta
  17. ^ North London
  18. ^ Gordon Armstrong (East Riding Engineering)
  19. ^ Vernon Industries, Cheshire
  20. ^ Sold as Vapomobile
  21. ^ Note: As of 2014, the brand appears to be dormant.
  22. ^
  23. ^ Possibly the first British production car
  24. ^
  25. ^ Sharps & Bond
  26. ^

Other sources

G.N. Georgano, Nick (Ed.). The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2000. ISBN 1-57958-293-1

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