Carlette

Carlette was a British car brand that was only 1913 on the market. Manufacturers Holstein garage was from Weybridge ( Surrey ).

The only model was a Cyclecar. The car was ( 5.9 kW ) powered by a V-2 engine from JAP with 8 bhp power. This was connected by a rubber strap with an auxiliary shaft. Different drive ratios could be achieved by shifting of the belt. The auxiliary shaft was connected by another belt with a rear wheel. The vehicle weighed only 127 kg. A tuned version was given as 96 km / h.

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