1930→1938 Panhard et Levassor X72
The X72 chassis used a Knight-licensed sleeve valve engine of 2.5-liters and is officially known as the 6CS Type X72. It is also known as the CS RL in 1932 named after the ‘roue libre’ free-wheeling system.
A popular body on the X72 chassis was the Berline Panoramique which used twin A-posts to offer better forward vision.
|submitted by||Richard Owen|
|type||Series Production Car|
|production years||1930 – 1938|
|displacement||2516 cc / 153.54 in³|
|length||3170 mm / 124.8 in|