Panhard 1965

17 – end of prod.  
24    

France

For 1965 , the 17 becomes 17 Relmax Comfort S with a bench seat at the front.

Because of financial diffilcultés, the model 24 four-door, which was the successor to the PL 17 was never launched. Citroen, which now owns the Panhard concentrated on its own four-cylinder saloon.

Discontinuation of the 24c. Arrival of the long versions sedans 24b and 24bt. The 24ct receives the engine M10S. This version with higher torque was introduced in the autumn of last year and is capable 160 km/h. From 1965, the 24bt and 24ct are equipped with disc brakes all around.


Przejęcie przez Citroëna.

 

17

wb: 257 cm 851 cm³
50 KM
851 cm³
60 KM
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17b x    
17 Super Luxe x    
17 Relmax x    
17bt   x  
Break x    
Camionette x    
Pick-up x    

 


17 Relmax

 


17 bt Confort S


17 Break


17


17 Break

 

24

  wb: 851 cm³
50 ch (SAE)
42 ch (DIN)
851 cm³
60 ch (SAE)
50 ch (DIN)
   
Coupé 2286 mm - ct    
Berline 2550 mm b bt b new model  

 


24 ct


24 ct


24 ct

 

           
           

 

Victories:
       
         
Entries and results:
24h Le Mans 20.06.1965 Entrant: Results: Index
#   engine:     gen. class perf. eff.
45 CD Alfa Romeo 1568 cm³ Bertaut/Guilhaudin SEC dns - - -


CD Alfa Romeo 1570 cm³ (Alain Bertaut André Guilhaudin) for 24h Le Mans, Sté d'Etudes et Constr. Automobiles C. D.