Second Series/new International/le Mans 1932-1934
Price reductions, made possible by out-sourcing more components, and continuing motorsport success at Le Mans and elsewhere helped lift sales of what are now known as the Second Series cars. Particularly well received was the Le Mans model introduced in 1932. Its high-compression engine pushed power up from 60 to 70bhp. Tourers and saloons were still built but were overshadowed by the sports cars – more than 100 examples were sold of the Le Mans alone. There was also a (much rarer) four-seater version.
SPECIFICATION Engine 1495cc, in-line 4 Power 70bhp Torque n/a 0-60mph n/a Top speed 85mph