Strommen-Dodge was a Norwegian Vehicle brand from the 1920s and 1930s.
The company AS Strommen’s Værksted from Strømmen was founded in 1873 as a steelwork and began in 1933 with the production of automobiles, which were marketed as Strømmen. In 1936 the production of own models was discontinued. Strømmen also built buses and was made in 1929 the buses built in aluminium. Trucks were also produced.
The company began in 1933 with the production of automobiles. In 1940, production ceased. Between 800 and 1000 vehicles were produced per year.
Between 1933 and 1940, vehicles were also manufactured under license from Dodge and offered under the brand name Strømmen-Dodge. In 1970, the steel area was split off. In 1978, Strommen’s Værksted was taken over by Norks Elektrisk & Brown Boveri (NEBB). In 1988, it was acquired by ABB, in 1996 by Adtranz and in 2001 Bombardier Transportation.
Between 1933 and 1936 were created large vehicles based on Dodge. The vehicles with extended wheelbase offered seven seats in the four-door sedan body. The Strømmen Dodge models were created after a license from Dodge. The vehicles were equipped with six-cylinder engines with 3300 cc to 3600 cc displacement. The vehicles were mainly offered as a sedan.