One of the most celebrated and luxurious French automobiles from the Classic Era is the eight-cylinder Delage, known for its smooth and refined performance and for serving as the foundation for some of the era’s most stunning coachwork. Over the years, it was manufactured in various sizes, including the D8/15, which featured a slightly smaller 2,668 cc engine.
The D8/15 was offered in two wheelbase lengths, one of which was the shortened and sportier S platform. Despite its popularity, it was only produced for two seasons and subsequently discontinued in 1934.
Source: RM Sotheby’s