Chassis only listed, numerous customs.
The extra 1½-litres boost output from 135 to 150bhp, 1930 specification otherwise as for 32CV. A genuine Boulogne (very few made in the '30s) will have the short, 133½ins chassis: most 8-litres run to the standard 146ins. Anything's good for 90mph and the ton comes up with light coachwork. Spanish versions (T56) made up to the Civil War, though the last ones have central change rather than the traditional r.h. layout. Never left-hook on any French Hispano-Suiza.
- 7982cc (S6 OC)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1924 to 1934
- Number produced: