The Godiva was built at the Foleshill Road facility in Coventry. Payne and Bates also built the similar Stonebow here too.
The Godiva was a Dos-Dos, this is a reference to the styling, popular in a number of makes of the period meaning the two rows of seats were back to back.
The 7hp two-cylinder engine is located under the seats, connected by belts to a gearbox and then chains to the rear wheels.
The Godiva was a short lived model curtailed after one of the owners father, George bates was thrown from the car and dying as a result of his injuries. The family deciding to close the company and sell the factory.