The VOITURETTE A first attracted public attention at the end of 1905.
The front-mounted, liquid-cooled V2/55° engine with a displacement of 1,005 cm3
and output of 7 hp (5.2 kW) was followed by a bevel gearbox with leather lining
and three-speed direct-shift gearbox.
They could also choose between a pair of split and non-split seats with an adjoining closed luggage compartment. The optional equipment included lighting, roof and other elements.
The basic car colour palette included red, green, blue and white.
The rear wheels of most of the cars produced were driven by a cardan shaft or chains upon request.
The agile car weighing about 500 kg would stop when the driver stepped on the brake pedal,
hich acted on a drum behind the gearbox, or pulled the hand lever
connected to the brake drums on the rear wheels.
The car’s base was formed by its ribbed frame and two fixed axles with semi-elliptical flat springs.
In addition to the standard wooden rims and spikes, customers could choose wheels with wire spokes.