1912 - 1913
The Tyseley was more of a light car than a cyclecar, though it appeared in the middle of the cyclecar boom. It had a 1090cc 8/10hp water-cooled 2-cylinder engine made by the company, a 2-speed gearbox and shaft drive. In addition to the open 2-seater, a closed coupe was offered, unusual for such a small car.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile