The Delahaye 126 and Delahaye 138 were two cars produced between 1932 and 1934 by the French automaker Delahaye.
The 126 was launched in 1932 and was a stylish with high-end, near-luxury sedan. It was characterised at the front by small,round headlamps.
The 126 was equipped with a 6-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 2873cc. The maximum power output was 53 hp at 3500rpm. The car was produced until the beginning of 1933.
At the end of 1933, the 138 was lanuched. It was a saloon with the most curvaceous body lines which created an intriguing shape. This was due to the aerodynamic research of car bodies which had beed extensively tested in the 1930s. The 138 was no exception, being much more rounded than the 126 it replaced.
The 136 has a new 6-cylinder in-line engine with a capacity of 3227cc. It was capable of delivering 76 hp.
Later that year, the car was taken out of production. It was replaced by the glorious Delahaye 135.