L'Automobile Automotive manufacturer
Ixelles Belgium From 1899 to 1902.
L'Automobile was a early manufacturer of cars from Ixelles in Belgium.
In March 1899, the bodybuilder company exhibited vehicles at a trade fair in Brussels for the first time.
The 1899 presented vehicles that were an English Daimler , which received only its own Wagonnette body, two-seat small car with 2.5- horsepower engine and 3-horsepower engine and a Columbia electric car.
In 1900 a Voiturette was presented. In 1901, the model La Torpille came out. The three small variants 4 CV , 6 CV and 8 CV had cardan drive, the large variant 12 CV a four-cylinder engine and hree-speed gearbox and chain drive. The engines came from De Dion-Bouton and Kelecom .
By 1902 ended the production.