The Iden was an England automobile manufactured from 1904 until 1907. Designed by George Iden, formerly of Daimler Company, they were based in Coventry. They were four-cylinder 10/17 hp and 25/35 hp shaft-driven cars; each came with "Idens's frictionless radial gearbox".
Iden were wound up in 1906.
Their Coventry factory was later used by the Deasy Motor Car Company, which became part of Armstrong Siddeley.
List of car manufacturers of the United Kingdom
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