Expensive at £850 for a chassis only, this offering was really a hangover as production ceased in '29 in France. Good for over 90mph, and one took the world's hour record in 1925 in 4.8-litre form at 115.3mph. Incidentally, Panhard advertising in the thirties just has to be the most exaggerated (and stylish?) of the lot.
- 5320cc (S4 dSlv)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1930 to 1930
- Number produced: