Saloon, fixed-head coupé, drophead coupé.
Small car from Belgium with ingenious slide-valve engine (expensive to rebuild) cranking anti-clockwise, gravity feed, four-speed 'box, artillery wheels, and uncoupled front-wheel and transmission brakes. Looks like a rejected Panhard. Coil ignition and coupled-brake option by '30s; '32s have proper coupled hydraulics, but effectively no imports after 1931.
- 1096cc (S4 Sli V)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1924 to 1934
- Number produced:
- 2710 from 1925