Delahaye 1934

122 10 CV 4 cyl. 1832 cm³ — discontinued
124 12 CV 4 cyl. 2150 cm³ — discontinued
126 16 CV 6 cyl. 2860 cm³ — discontinued
132 10 CV 4 cyl. 1832 cm³ — new model in spring
134 12 CV 4 cyl. 2150 cm³  
138 18 CV 6 cyl. 3227 cm³  
154 12 CV 4 cyl. 2150 cm³ — new model in autumn
138 Sport 18 CV 6 cyl. 3227 cm³ — new model
135 Coupe des Alpes 18 CV 6 cyl. 3227 cm³ — new model

France

In May a smaller 10 CV Super-Luxe model with independent front suspension and sloping grille joined the new Delahaye cars range.
40th anniversary at Paris Motor Show in October.
 

122, 124 and 126

    4 cyl.
1832 cm³
30 ch
4 cyl.
2150 cm³
40 ch
6 cyl.
2860 cm³
65 ch
— discontinued
  wb: 10 CV 12 CV 16 CV  
chassis 275 cm 122 124 -  
berline 275 cm 122 124 -  
coach 275 cm 122 124 -  
chassis 275 cm 123 - - end
commerciale 275 cm 123 - - end
conduite intérieure 275 cm - 124 -  
chassis 315 cm - - 126  
berline 315 cm - - 126  
conduite intérieure 315 cm - - 126  
coach 315 cm - - 126  
coach décapotable 315 cm - - 126  


122 coach 'Provence'.

124 conduite intérieure.

126 coach décapotable.
 

Super-Luxe
134 and 138
132 and 154

    4 cyl.
2150 cm³
45 ch
6 cyl.
3227 cm³
90 ch
4 cyl.
1832 cm³
30 ch
4 cyl.
2150 cm³
45 ch
  wb: 12 CV 18 CV 10 CV 12 CV
chassis 286 cm 134 - 132 -
berline 286 cm 134 - 132 -
coach 286 cm 134 - 132 -
coach décapotable 286 cm 134 - 132 -
chassis 316 cm - 138 - -
coach 316 cm - 138 - -
berline 316 cm - 138 - -
cabriolet 316 cm - 138 - -
chassis 315 cm - - - 154
familiale 315 cm - - - 154
commerciale 315 cm - - - 154


134 berline.

134 berline.

138 berline.

138 berline aérodynamique.

18 CV

October advert.
 

138 Sport
135 Coupe des Alpes

    6 cyl.
3227 cm³
95 ch
6 cyl.
3227 cm³
113 ch
— new models
  wb: 18 CV 18 CV  
chassis 286 cm 138 135  
roadster 286 cm 138 135  
cabriolet 286 cm 138 -  
coach aérodynamique 286 cm 138 135  

 

 

 

           
           

 

Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
20-26.01.1934 Rallye Monte Carlo 2 ? 1 146 Perrot 138 18 CV 24th

Albert Perrot's Delahaye 138 18 CV in Rallye Monte Carlo. The car is a special version built on short 134 chassis with the engine enlarged up to 3.2 litre.

A special roadster by Figoni & Falaschi built in short 134 chassis that successfully took part in Rallye du circuit de Dieppe.
Encouraged by good results of a record attempt made in the summer of 1933, the Service Course Delahaye (Delahaye competition department) decided to go further. They designed a real record car on a lighter chassis with no front brakes and Rudge centre-nut wheels with special tires that can be easily dismantled. The engine is the 18 CV with power output increased up to 110 bhp. The aerodynamic body is a creation of Figoni & Falaschi in a style similar to that of Hotchkiss and Renault recently seen at Montlhéry to beat records too. The car is able to exceed 190 km/h.
On May 8, 1934 Albert Perrot supported by two other drivers took the wheel and within two days broke three world speed records: 4,000 miles, 5,000 miles and 48 hours achieving more than 176 km/h average. The race continued to beat fourth record: the 10,000 km average of 168,527 km/h.