The Type AM was a mid-range car produced between 1915 and 1921 by Delage.
The purpose of releasing the Type AM was to revive a neglected segment of the market.
The Type AM had to confront the outbreak of World War I and a sharp decline in production. The production then shot up from 1919. This was the same year in which competition began from other cars in the market, such as the Peugeot Type 159.
The Delage Type AM was fitted with a 4-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1593cc capable of delivering 15 hp.
The car was removed from production in 1921, but no successor was released until 1933, with the launch of the D4.