The Orlo was a brass era automobile built in Jackson, Michigan by the Jackson Automobile Company in 1904. The Orlo was built as a five-seater, side-entrance model that was equipped with a 16/17 hp two-cylinder engine. The engine was located under the front seat and the drive was through a chain drive. The engine was water-cooled by a finned-coil mounted beneath the front of the bonnet. The Orlo cost $1,125.