4 ½ -Litre Standard Model have 100-bhp 29.1 HP six-cylinder
OHV engine of 4467-cc cubic capacity (88.5 x 120.6 mm) with twin
SU carburettors. Wheelbase is 10 ft 6 in. The Rudge-Whitworth wire
wheels have 31 x 6 tyres. Standard chassis sold at £680,
with saloon bodywork £795. Invicta Cars have their works at
The Fairmile, Cobham, Surrey.
Invicta 4 ½ -Litre Sports
Model is basically similar to the Standard Model, modified mainly
in respect of height. The chassis is upswept at the front and
underslung at the rear, with a wheelbase of 9 ft 10 in. Radiator
and dashboard are modified to suit. Other modifications include
different springs, gear ratios, etc. Both cars were announced in
late 1930, for the 1931 model year.