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Peugeot 401

Peugeot 401 (France, 1934-1935)

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In 1934, Peugeot introduced the 401 at the Paris Motor Show. The mid-size model was offered in eleven different body types an production lasted until 1935.

It was equiped with a 1.7l engine, based on that of the 301 model, which made 44hp. Variants offered were the 401 D, 401 DL, and 401 DLT.

A special, and particularly innovative, version was the Eclipse with a foldable metal roof. In total 79 Peugeot 401 Eclipses were built. The Eclipse technology was later also available with the 301 and 601 models.



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