Sun (Sun Motorwagen-Gesellschaft)
The Sun Motorwagen-Gesellschaft mbH E. Jeannin & Co. KG was a German car manufacturer, which first existed between 1906 and 1908 in Berlin-Charlottenburg .
Paul Jeannin retired from the Argus Motoren Gesellschaft in 1906 and founded the company together with his brother Emil . They produced various passenger cars and commercial vehicles, all in the upper price segment. In 1908 the company was dissolved.
Sun Automobil-Kleinkraftwagen GmbH in Berlin-Schöneberg in (1920 to 1923)
Henri Jeannin founded 1920 Sun Motor Vehicles Henri Jeannin .
The company produced small cars. The drive was provided by air-cooled V2 engines . The vehicles offered space for two people in a row.
Of the cars there were four-cylinder versions (18/22 hp and 28/32 hp) and those with six-cylinder engine (40/50 hp and 66/75 hp).
Sun Motorfahrzeuge Henri Jeannin (1923 to 1924)
The brand name was Sun .production moved to Berlin - Schöneberg. 1923 the change of name took place. 1924 ended production.