1930 Voisin C23


1930 Voisin C23

1930 Voisin C23

In 1930 Voisin launched the C23 with a new 3-liter inline-6 engine. After the great depression of 1929, this became Voisin’s primary offering alongside the larger C12 and C16 which were only made by special order.

The 3-liter engine used a Knight-licensed sleeve-vavle technology which helped the C23 produce a silent 80 bhp.

1930 Voisin C23 Gallery

In Detail

submitted byRichard Owen
typeSeries Production Car
built atFrance
engineInline-6
positionFront, Longitudinal
aspirationNatural
valvetrainSleeve Valve
power59.7 kw / 80 bhp
rear brakesV
top speed~120 kph / 74.52 mph