For the more conservative clientele the company prepared three more traditional bodies for the new C25: saloon Clairiére, coach Cimier and limousine Chevaliére.
At the Paris Motor Show in October Voisin introduced a new, larger model the C28. On a small stand there were two new cars: the C28 Aérodyne saloon (registration number 1936 GV 1) and the sensational coupé Aérosport (registration number 1936 GV 2). Having an unusual 'ponton' body the Aérosport can accomodate three passengers on the front bench type seat. Windscreen is made of three pieces for increased visibility. There is no center console – all controls, including gear change are located under the steering wheel and on the dashboard. The greatest innovation however is hidden underneath. The C28 is the first Voisin to have hydraulic brakes.
At the time of the show Voisin offers four versions of the new C28 and the C25 Aérodyne which was end of prod. in December.
Modified Aérodyne at Concours d'Elegance in Lyon.
C27 Aérosport by Figoni.
Paris Motor Show
The range of the end of 1935 includes the old C25 Aérodyne.
At the 1934 Paris Salon Gabriel Voisin presented his project of a "car of the future". The restless inventor came with his visionary vehicle having diamond shaped wheel arangement for better stability. An extremely aerodynamic body provides acommodation for six with the driver's seat located in the middle and moved forward. The engine is located in the back within a triangle formed by the rear wheels. Aero-type radial engine has 7-cylinders providing 4-liters of capacity giving about 100 bhp and a top speed of 180 km/godz (112 mph).
2730 potential customers expressed their interests at the show, some of them accompanied by a down payments.
Voisin began work on the prototype in October 1934 and in January the engine ran for the first time. Road test were planned for July.
The receivership took control and in accordance to the memorandum signed in 1933 preventing the company form any new expensive research the project was cancelled.