Electra (Eiermann & Weber)
Electra was a German car brand from the 1920s.
The company Eiermann & Weber from Stuttgart , which also produced electrically powered boats , began in 1921 with the production of automobiles. In the same year the production ended after only a few manufactured copies sold.
The only model was a small car . The open body was made of plywood and offered space for two people. With a wheelbase of 175 cm and a track width of 110 cm, the vehicle length was 275 cm. The curb weight was stated to be about 350 kg. The drive was provided by an electric motor . The specially developed friction disc transmission has been registered for a patent .