8 Two Cylinder, 8/10 Four Cylinder 1913
9 Two Cylinder, 9 Four Cylinder 1914
Autocrat Light Car Co of Balsall Heath, Birmingham, was another company
that offered both two and four cylinder economy cars to the market. In
1913, the 964 c.c. Eight, with a twin cylinder engine and the 8/10 four
cylinder with a 1128 c.c. engine. The twin cost £110 and the four
the twin was given a 1104 c.c. longer stroke engine making it a 9. It
then cost £142.
The four cylinder engine had a different bore for
1914 with a capacity of 1093 c.c. It was fitted with a Chapuis and
Dornier engine, with a Zenith carburettor, a carden propeller shaft and
bevel drive live rear axle. and It weighed 8 cwt.