The first Singer car (named after cycle-maker George Singer, the first producer of safety cycles in the world), the Motor-wheel, appeared in the late 1800s, with three wheels and air-filled tires - essentially a motorized bicycle with the motor fitted into the wheel. A more modern car, a four-cylinder model produced under license, gained publicity through its success in Britain's One Thousand Miles Trial; shortly thereafter, he sold a full four model lineup, ranging from an eight horsepower two-cylinder to a 25 horsepower four-cylinder (mainly powered by other companies' engines).
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