VCMC went on to complete with its domestic rivals—Kads, Arata, Takusa, TSR Motors and Sir and its foreign rivals—Ford, General Motors, Toyota, Holden, Nissan, Honda, AvtoVAZ, Reliant, Hindustan, Zastava, Mercedes Benz, BMW and Volkswagen—with its small cars including Ladybug, Tarantula, Mantis, Caterpillar and Grasshopper; muscle cars including Hornet and Mosquito, and its SUV, Titanbeetle. It also produced a three-wheeled Reliant Robin-esque car, the Trickster.
VCMC received moderate international success during the mid 1970s. It is known as "the small automotive company made by the largely-developed and young union made to build unique cars for the people of the Vlokozu Union and the Commonwealth regions."
During the mid-1980s, Australian automotive company Holden, acquired interest in VCMC. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, VCMC was ultimately acquired by General Motors, later to be absorbed by Holden in 1989. VCMC's brands plus several new brands using the VCMC identity are now manufactured by General Motors' ex-VCMC factories and in Barokia under the VCMC Auto brand.