Xenia was an American car brand. Designer was Paul E. Hawkins . Production took place in 1914 at the Hawkins Cyclecar Company in Xenia, Ohio .
The only model was a cyclecar . The car was powered by a De Luxe air-cooled V2 engine with a displacement of 1164 cc, delivering 13 bhp (9.6 kW), and was equipped with an unfavorable combination of planetary gear and belt drive. He offered two people in a row.
The first 25 cars were manufactured in August 1914. One coped the track of Xenia San Francisco without a breakdown, another won a cyclecar race in Columbus against an O-We-Go and a Scripps-Booth .
In October 1914, the production was discontinued, because it calculated on the basis of the First World War no more sales opportunities. More than the initial 25 copies were not made.
Automotive manufacturer of Xenia, Ohio.United States from 1914.