1922 - 1923
The Emms was a conventional light car powered by a 4-cylinder Coventry Simplex engine of 1247cc or 1368cc, with 3-speed gearbox, worm drive and quarter-elliptic suspension all round. Three body styles were available; a 2-seater, a pointed-tail sports car and a closed coupe. An unusual feature was the mounting of the headlamps on the wings.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile