|Manufacturer||Pearsall Warne Ltd|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||two seat open|
|Engine||JAP V twin cylinder 964 or 1070 cc|
|Wheelbase||78 in (1,981 mm) or 84 in (2,134 mm)|
|Length||114 in (2,896 mm)|
|Width||50 in (1,270 mm)|
The car had a lightweight two-seat open body with full weather equipment and was powered by a JAP, V twin air-cooled engine of 964 cc with an RAC horsepower rating of 8 hp. The engine size increased to 1070 cc in 1915. Drive was to the rear wheels by belts. The suspension used half elliptic leaf springs all round.
In mid 1913 six cars a week were being made.