The choice of belt or chain drive was offered to customers, and the range comprised a 2¼ hp single and a 4hp V-twin, plus a forecar.
There was talk of a five-speed gear and free-engine metal-to-metal clutch, but the slump in trade soon put an end to the make.
It is very likely that Hutton's Princeps based on the Werner, and a comparison of images of the two marques lends considerable credence to this.
This page indicates that the brothers E.H. and Frank Hadfield Arnott worked on the developing the Princeps at Hutton in 1902: Arnott
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