Automotive manufacturers Alsace; Germany from 1902 until 1903.
Chatel-Jeannin was a German manufacturer of automobiles .
The company was based in Mulhouse in Upper Alsace . The Alsace then part of the German Reich . The management was the responsibility of Messrs Georges Châtel and Jeannin. Between 1902 and 1903 originated there automobiles.
The smaller model 7 hp was a two-seater. The single-cylinder engine and the two-speed transmission were arranged in the rear above the rear axle. The larger model 12 hp , the two-cylinder engine was mounted below the front seat. The body shape Tonneau could accommodate four people. The maximum speed was specified at 80 km / h.