Delaunay-Belleville 1933

DB 4 13 CV  
DB 4 15 CV  
TL 6 17 CV  
U 6 21 CV  
VL 8 23 CV  
SL 8 25 CV  
11 RI 11 CV — Paris (prototype)

France

Delaunay-Belleville is finding it increasingly difficult to sell its big four, six and eight cylinder cars of old design that do not adapt very well to the economic crisis. To try to get out of this trap, the firm of Saint-Denis have designed a more affordable six-cylinder saloon with an interesting, entirely independent suspension made from patents purchased from Mercedes-Benz. The "small" 11 CV has hydraulic brakes and a lighter body from the Chenard & Walcker range.
 

13 CV and 15 CV

DB 4 wb: 4 cyl.
2300 cm³
50 ch
4 cyl.
2680 cm³
50 ch
    13 CV 15 CV
berline 310 cm Léger -
berline 325 cm Normal Normal

 


13 CV coach.
 

6- and 8-cylinder

  wb: 6 cyl.
3013 cm³
65 ch
6 cyl.
3619 cm³
75 ch
8 cyl.
4000 cm³
80 ch
8 cyl.
5060 cm³
100 ch
    17 CV 21 CV 23 CV 26 CV
berline 325 cm TL6 U6 - -
coach 325 cm TL6 U6 - -
berline 347 cm - - VL8 -
limousine 347 cm - - VL8 -
berline 364 cm - - - SL8
limousine 364 cm - U6 - SL8

 

 

11 CV

11 RI wb: 6 cyl.
1962 cm³
42 ch
berline 270 cm