Only one engine size was offered, a 3160cc 16/20hp 4-cylinder with side-valves and monobloc casting. Tourers and landaulets were made, and in 1911, Brown, Hughes and Strachan showed on their own stand at Olympia an extraordinary 'Park Royal town landau' in which the driver was located ahead of the engine which was concealed between him and the passenger compartment. This was of barouche layout, with the passengers facing each other. It was almost certainly a one-off.
Source: Nick Georgano / Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile
Have you any further information on this car?