No. The Commander I, or 100, the model shown in that picture, was an autocycle, Commander II was a 98cc 2-speed motor cycle, Commander III was a 122cc 3-speed. They got as far as printing brochures, then decided to drop the autocycle and add Commander IV at 197cc. However, they never went into production. The entire Commander range (I, II, & III) was on show at the Earls Court show in 1952. After the Earls Court Show, the Commanders were put on display at the Marble Arch Motor Supplies' Edgeware Road Showrooms. On 16th April 1953, The Motor Cycle included a 'Lightweight Buyers’ Guide' that listed Commander II, III, & IV. That was the last that was heard of them: on 23 April, The Motor Cycle had to list the prices again because of a reduction in Purchase Tax on motor cycles in the 1953 Budget; the Commanders weren't on that second list.