Panhard 1953

Dyna 130 5CV (X 87) (851 cm³, 40 KM; wb: 213 cm) – end of prod.
 berline,
 cabriolet,
 Limousine,
 break 3-dr
 furgonette
 break 5-dr / taxi – new model
Scarlette 5CV (X 90) – end of prod.
 coach
 cabriolet
Dyna Junior 4CV (wb: 213 cm) – end of prod.
 roadster
Dyna Junior 5CV (851 cm³, 42 KM; wb: 213 cm) – new model
 cabriolet
Dyna Z (851 cm³, 42 KM; wb: 257 cm) – introduction
 berline
 


 

 

 

For 1953 type 130 reaches 130 km/h with the optional 5CV Sprint 40 hp engine. A 5-door estate car or taxi was introduced.
The first examples of Scarlette were delivered in the early summer of 1953. Only 208 were sold until the fall of 1953 when it was end of prod..
Dyna X was also end of prod. in the autumn, except for the break and the furgonette models.
The Junior recieved either a 5 CV or the 5 CV Sprint engines. By February 1953, the roadster was replaced by a convertible with side windows and exterior door handles. From March, a three-seater bench was fitted with a modification to the chassis. The grille with an aluminum blade was replaced by an oval opening inherited from the Dyna X and the dashboard has two dials.

Dyna "54" was presented to the press on 17th June 1953 at the "Les Ambassadeurs" restaurant in Paris. The official launch took place at the Paris Motor Show in October. It is probably the most modern car on the market. It is based on a modular design. The centerpiece is the platform plate forming a superstructure with the body. Thanks to extensive use of aluminium the car weights only 710 kg – 30% less than its rivals. Despite its size (length: 4.577 m, width: 1.668 m, Height: 1.42 m and wheelbase: 2.57 m) the car is capable of a top speed of 130 km/h. The body design is the work of Louis Bionier, the creator of pre-war CS / DS series, Panoramique, Dynamic and the post-war Dyna X. The bonnet and wings are formed from one piece of aluminium. The influence of the aerodynamic 1948 prototype Dynavia is rather obvious. The use of curved front and back window allowes excellent visibility. The spacious interior with a completely flat floor can accommodate up to six people. An innovative one unit instrument panel is located right behind the steering wheel. For safety the dashboard is pushed further away from the passengers and boasts more rounded and padded controls with less projection. In the same vein, the windscreen and rear window are designed to eject in case of accident. The fuel tank is located safely between the rear wheels. Dyna Z is equipped with the engine type S5, from the most sporting version the of Dyna X.

 


Dyna 130


berline,
cabriolet,
Limousine,
break 3-dr
furgonette
break 5-dr / taxi
 wb: 213 cm
 Engine:
2 cyl. boxer, 851 cm³, 40 KM
 


Panhard Dyna berline


Panhard Dyna cabriolet


Panhard Dyna break
 


Junior


Roadster
Convertible
 Engines:
 wb: 213 cm
2 cyl. boxer (4CV)
2 cyl. boxer, 851 cm³, 42 KM (5CV)
 


Panhard Dyna Junior cabrio


Panhard Dyna Junior Sprint

 


Dyna Z


Berline
 Wheelbase: 2.57 m
 Engine:
2 cyl., boxer, 851 cc, 42 hp
 


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Panhard Dyna Z