Ellemobil J.C. Ellhammer Carmakers; Copenhagen; Denmark
From 1909 to 1913
Ellmobil was a Danish car brand from the early part of the 20th century.
JC Ellehammer, who designed a scooter in 1904 and a plane in 1906 , founded the company that bore his name in Copenhagen and in 1909 and began producing automobiles . By 1913 the production ended.
Between 1909 and 1910, some small cars were created. This came as two-seater. An air-cooled two-cylinder engine was combined with a friction drive and via belt drive axle on. in 1913 was followed by a model with a three-cylinder engine and 12 hp power, which remained only a prototype .