CEYC (Centro Electrotécnico y Comunicaciones)
Automotive manufacturer of Madrid,Spain from 1922 to 1931.
Centro Electrotécnico y Comunicaciones , in short CEYC , was a Spanish manufacturer of automobiles in the 1920s and early 1930s.
The company based in Madrid was under the Spanish Ministry of War. Juan Antonio Hernandez Nünz was the designer and José Tafir Funes was responsible for the production. Between 1922 and 1931 created about 1160 vehicles,The cars was at first presented to the military authorities in 1923 and to the public at the Barcelona Motor Show in 1924, as little as only one of which still exists today.
The vehicles for the Spanish military were given the brand name CEYC many built for military purpose, but also cars built. The model 4/10 HP appeared in 1922 and remained in production until 1928. For the drive provided a four - cylinder two-stroke engine with 792 cc displacement (60 mm bore , 70 mm stroke ) and 16 hp power.
The Compania Euskalduna de Construcción y Reparación de Buques SA of Bilbao made the same model for private buyers at their factory in Madrid between 1925 and 1928 with some help from British Morris at the time. The brand name was Euskalduna . Under the brand name Diana , a larger model was marketed, but there was no mass production. Between 1929 and 1931, only a prototype was created. The four-cylinder four- stroke engine with 2270 cc displacement (85 mm bore, 100 mm stroke) made 40 hp. The body could accommodate six people.