- For cycle, motor-cycle, motor-car, aeroplane and airship companies associated with French industrialist Adolphe Clément-Bayard - see Clement (disambiguation).
Clément-Talbot was an Anglo-French motor vehicle manufacturer based in Ladbroke Grove, London, that traded from 1902 for approximately one year, whence the cars became known as Talbots.
After the division of Clément-Gladiator in 1903 Charles Chetwynd-Talbot, 20th Earl of Shrewsbury headed the English arm "Clément-Talbot Ltd". Adolphe Clément-Bayard was a major shareholder in the company, along with Talbot, A. Lucas, and E. Lamberjack. After the split both marques ( Clément-Bayard and Clément-Talbot) built very similar cars, but by 1907 the specifications diverged.
On 11 October 1902 Clément-Talbot was formally incorporated, and subsequently 5 acres (20,000 m2) of land was purchased for a new factory in Ladbroke Grove, North Kensington in west London, between the Great Western Railway line and the 'Edinburgh road' before it was renamed 'Barlby road'. The factory was a high status operation whose brick workshops used the latest saw-tooth roof line, glazed to maximise natural light. It was equipped with the most modern machine tools and the reception area was laid out like a miniature palace, marble Ionic columns, gilded frescoes and stained glass windows etched with the Shrewsbury coat of arms. The building is now known as Ladbroke Hall. 
- Adolphe Clément-Bayard - Motor manufacturing - for a synopsis of the complex inter-relationships of the French and English motor industry at that time.
- Motorbase, The complete encyclopedia of Vintage Cars – Rob de la Rive Box – Clément-Bayard
- France Classics – Clément-Bayard
- Flickr, Description and image of Clément-Talbot works at Ladbroke Grove
- Gorges Roesch and the Invincible Talbot" by Anthony Blight
- Chello Database of Motor manufacturers
- Motorbase, Clément
- Unique cars, Founding fathers – Gustave Clément