Badminton Motors Ltd., Willesden, London
The first chassis of the car, sold in England as the Badminton, was made in France. One of the designers, a M. Teste, was said to be a well-known racing driver; possibly he was connected with the Teste et Moret. The cars were bodied at the Willesden factory, which had formerly been occupied by the British Fiat agency, but it is not certain if complete cars were made there. Two 4-cylinder engines were listed, a 14/20hp of 2.8 litres and a 20hp of 3.4 litres. At least two Badmintons were said to have been sold to China.