was among the many manufacturers trying to get a share of the emerging market for automobiles. The company made passenger cars with two and four seats, limousines, and pick-up trucks, manufacturing 125 vehicles before this business venture was finally abandoned.
However, that was not the end of Miele & Cie.’s activities in the automotive arena. In 1924, the company began making bicycles, followed by a model with a supplemental electric motor in 1933. In the same year, Miele & Cie. introduced its first motorcycle. This too was abandoned and Miele restricts itself these days to white goods.
So to this week. What car does the cartoon character Granny drive in the Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries? Clue: ask your children under 10 years of age!