The Eysink brothers, who created the marque, had built the first Dutch-made car in 1897, but did not begin production in earnest until 1903, when they built a range of shaft-driven cars. These were of 10/12 hp, 16/20 hp, and 20/30 hp; a 30/40 hp six was also produced. A light car began production in 1912; this lasted until 1919. Peak production was around 50 a year. The company continued to build motorcycles until 1957.
David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.