VCMC Auto is a Delaware-registered automobile manufacturer, headquartered in Glonisla, El Kadsre. From 1990 to 2020, it was a brand used by General Motors to sell the former Vlokozuian Commonwealth Motor Company brands.
It sells the original Ladybug, Tarantula, Mantis, Caterpillar, Grasshopper, Hornet, Mosquito, Trickster, and Titanbeetle brands, plus the newer Herculesbeetle, Kitty, and Fly truck brands, the Fireant van brand, the Bulletant muscle car brand, the Propeller drive-by-wire coupe car brand, the Suburban, and the Go! small hatchback brand; all produced in the former VCMC factories and in GM Motors Barokia's Bahezki factory. General Motors also licenses the VCMC Auto brand to Lakeview Motorcycle Technology for the Powerfox and Speedant dirt bike brands and the Black Widow chopper motorcycle brand.
It also produces RVs, crossovers, SUVs, and Minivans.
It is one of the largest sellers of automobiles and trucks in the El Kadsreian Islands, and has continued it's predecessor's legacy.
In 1989, the Vlokozuian Commonwealth Motor Company was acquired by General Motors after the Vlokozu Union collapsed and it's operations were later absorbed by the Australian automotive company Holden, which remained the successor of VCMC for a brief time.
In 1990, VCMC Auto was created by General Motors. VCMC Auto was intended to be a successor of the old VCMC brand and they sell the original VCMC car brands such as the Hornet and the Ladybug, as well as newer models such as the sports car, known as the Bulletant, which was launched in 1992.
In October 1, 2020, VCMC Auto was spun off from General Motors, as GM was leaving the right-hand-drive market. On October 11, 2020, the company was reorganized in Delaware as VCMC Auto Holdings, Inc.