Anglada and Cia
Anglada y Cia was a Spanish manufacturer of bicycles and automobiles in the early part of the 20th century.
Francisco Anglada Gallardo founded in 1896 in El Puerto de Santa María , the company and began producing bicycles branded "Hércules" . The automobile production started 1901. 1904 ended the production. Anglada Gallardo moved to Madrid .The first Spanish car purchased by Alfonso XIII; the King bought a 24 hp (18 kW) four from the company in 1904
The cars were either one- or four-cylinder models ranging from 6 to 36 cv
The model 6 HP had a single-cylinder engine and was a two-seater. The model 10 HP had a two-cylinder engine and was also sold to Argentina and Uruguay . The model 24 HP had a four-cylinder engine . The Spanish King Alfonso XIII. bought one of these models with the body shape Tonneau . In addition, the models were offered 14 HP , 18 HP and 36 HP . Although the Spanish aristocrats bought some cars, due to financial problems, Francisco Anglada soon gave up production. He opened an automobile repair shop in Madrid. Francisco Anglada died in 1917.