1905 - 1907
The Hornet was a light car powered by a 9hp 2-cylinder engine under the seat, driving through an epicyclic gearbox and single chain to the rear axle. It had a dummy bonnet and 2-seater body. An 18hp 4-cylinder was also listed. The car is said to have been made for Horner & Sons by the Lenox Autocar Co., though this company cannot be traced as a British manufacturer. In 1908 a second-hand Hornet with 10hp 2-cylinder Stevens engine and Vincent body was advertised.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile