Opel is a renowned car brand that begins with the letter O. Originating from Germany, Opel has a rich background that traces back to 1862. Initially established as a manufacturer of sewing machines by Adam Opel, the company later ventured into bicycles before finally entering the automotive realm in 1899.
Formerly an American automaker, Oldsmobile was known for its innovation and introduced many industry-first features.
A manufacturer of specialty vehicles such as military trucks and fire apparatus.
An Italian automaker that specialized in producing racing cars during the 1950s and 1960s.
Ohtsu, a Japanese car manufacturer established in 1968, has been actively producing automobiles. Despite not attaining the same level of recognition as its prominent rivals, Ohtsu has managed to secure a significant market presence.
In 1965, Enzo Osella founded Osella, a prominent Italian car brand renowned for its expertise in motorsports and dedication to crafting high-performance racing cars.
An American automaker that produced vehicles from the early 20th century until the 1920s.
A Turkish automotive company, part of Ford Otosan, specializing in commercial vehicles and pickup trucks.