1926 - 1932
In 1926, Singer introduced the 848cc Singer Junior at the London Car Show. In stark contrast to its later years, it was initially only available in one body style as a three door, four seater Tourer painted blue with black wings. It was powered by an 8 horsepower, two bearing, overhead camshaft engine which developed a peak of 16.5 horsepower at 3250 R.P.M. Although diminutive, this engine would be the progenitor of Singer power units for the next three decades.