SK Simplex (Smeddle & Kennedy)
Smeddle & Kennedy was a British automaker, based in Newcastle upon Tyne between 1908 and 1910 . There, light vehicles were manufactured under the name SK Simplex .
In 1908, the 7 hp was released. This had a single-cylinder engine with 1.05 L displacement, while the 1909 presented, larger model 8/10 hp had a two-cylinder in-line engine with overhead camshaft and 1.45 l displacement. Both cars were 3,048 mm long and 1,600 mm wide and had a chassis with 2286 mm wheelbase and a track width of 1295 mm.
Both cars were built until 1910.