Triumph Motor Company was a British car and motor manufacturing company in the 19th and 20th centuries. The marque originated in 1886, but at that time the business was focused on importing and reselling bicycles. They started producing their own bicycles in 1889, motorcycles in 1902, and eventually cars in 1921.
Triumph's first car, the Triumph 10/20, was named as such because it offered an input 10 horsepower rating and output of 20 brake horsepower. It was powered by a 1,393 cc (1.4L) 4-cylinder side-valve engine and fitted with a single updraught Zenith carburetor.