The Type B was a low-end market car produced between1905 and 1908 by Delage.


The Type B was launched in 1905, shortly after the launch of the Type A. Like the Type A, the Type B was equipped with an engine derived from De Dion-Bouton. It was a single cylinder unit with a displacement of 499 cc, capable of delivering 6 hp.

The Type B was produced until 1908, after which it was taken out of production. In 1906, two successor models were introduced, these were the Type C and Type D.