Simplic was a British car brand.
The company Wadden & West of Cobham began in 1914 with the production of automobiles. The brand name was Simplic. 1915 production ended first. GW Wadden from Weybridge continued production 1920-1923 continued under the same brand name. Both companies were under direction of George Wadden, who was previously involved in the construction of Autotrix.
On offer were four-wheeled cycle cars. Before the First World War it was the 5/6 HP. An air-cooled engine JAP installation drive via belt to the rear axle. 1920 appeared the 8/10 HP with chain drive. It cost 185 pounds.