Ruhl Automotive manufacturer
Dison; Belgium From 1900 to 1907.
The Société Anonyme des Automobiles Ruhl was a early Belgian manufacturer of automobiles from Dison from the early part of the 20th century . The brand name was Ruhl .
Adolphe Ruhl, steam engine manufacturer from Dison, founded the company on 18 July 1901. Already in 1900 Ruhl designed his first automobile, a Voiturette 3 CV .
From 1901 the company produced its first motorcycle production models and then followed cars.
1904 The vehicles are offered with different options and followed by a four-cylinder models 14 CV with cardan and 24 CV with a chain drive and the large model 40 CV , the engine 9800 cc capacity possessed.
With some success in racing by 1907, the company ran into financial difficulties and stopped the production of automobiles.