Dyna Z 851 cm³, 42 KM wb: 257 cm
Z11 Berline Luxe
Z11 Berline Luxe Taxi
Z12 Berline Grand Luxe – end of prod. in October
Z12 Berline Grand Standing – end of prod. in October
Z15 Cabriolet Grand Standing – end of prod. in November
Z16 Berline Grand Luxe – new model
Z16 Berline Grand Standing – new model in August
Z18 Berline Luxe Spécial – new model in November
Z17 Cabriolet Grand Standing – new model in November
W2 Camionnette bâchée – new model in November
W2 Pick-up 650 kg – new model in November
In the 1958 models the engine cooling system is completely redesigned. The fan is replaced by a turbine shroud and the engine casing forms a channel for the air. The result is a much lower level of engine noise, especially at high speed.
A two color paint scheme is optional on Grand Luxe and Grand Standing models. The new Z16 and Z17 models have smaller wheels.
DYNA PANHARD, THE DRIVER'S CHOICE !
Everyone who drives a DYNA is in love with his car : faithful in all circumstances, superior from all points of view, discreet..., the opposite of a spendthrift... the ideal companion for the road.
FIRST FOR ECONOMY!
With its high performance and ease of servicing, with its 48 m.p.g. (40 m. p. U.S. gallon), 6 seats, 80 m. p. h., the DYNA is cheap to buy and cheap to run. Maintenance costs are very low.
FIRST FOR ROBUSTNESS!
The famous all-steel body, with its rigid base and flat floor defies weather and shock; the Panhard 'flat-twin' engine, air-cooled by impellor, is a triumph of French technique, designed and built to last.
FIRST FOR USABILITY !
The DYNA PANHARD takes six people and their luggage in complete safety, in complete comfort. Speedy, go-anywhere, you can ask anything of it.
The world's lowest cost per passenger-mile
Grand Standing Cabriolet
Dyna Grand Luxe ma inny wlot powietrza
Dyna Grand Luxe
All cars have their own particular "noise centres"; in the DYNA each noise centre has its own maximum silence design. For example, the 4-stroke Panhard engine is quietened by very accurately balancing its moving parts.
The Panhard engine is known all over the world for its characteristics, with its double-acting impellor which affords perfect engine-cooling and interior-heating - one-piece cylinder and head - sump capacity 3.85 pints Imp. (4.65 pints U.S.) - petrol consumption. 48 m.p.g. (40 miles p. U. S. gallon).
The new cooling system.
Entries and results:
| 24h Le Mans 22.06.1958
||Monopole X 89
||Bruwaene / Lefourel
||Monopole X 86
||Cotton / Beaulieux
||Monopole VM 5
||Consten / Vinatier
||Monopole X 86
||Poch / Dunan-Saultier
||5th - 501-750
Monopole X 89. Engine: Panhard 745 cm³ (Maurice van der Bruwaene / Jacques Lefourel) at Le Mans (Equipe Monopole Courses).
Monopole X 86. Engine: Panhard 745 cm³ (René Cotton / André Beaulieux) at Le Mans (Equipe Monopole Courses).
Monopole VM 5. Engine: Panhard 745 cm³ (Bernard Consten / Jean Vinatier) at Le Mans (Equipe Monopole Courses).
Monopole V 86. Engine: Panhard 745 cm³ (Jacques Poch / Guy Dunan-Saultier) at Le Mans (Equipe Monopole Courses).