French Rheda Phaeton from 1899, one cylinder, 2.5 HP
The Société des Automobiles Rhéda was a French manufacturer of automobiles.
The Paris-based company began producing automobiles in 1898. The brand name was Rhéda. Production ended in 1899.
The first model was a tricycle. It was equipped with a 2.5 hp single-cylinder engine and offered space for two people.
In 1899 a four-wheeled vehicle with 4 hp followed. A vehicle of this brand can be seen in the Cité de l’Automobile in Mulhouse.