The Delahaye 32 and Delahaye 58 were two cars produced between 1908 and 1914 by the French automaker Delahaye.
Launched in 1908, the 32 was another milestone for the French manufacturer. It was the first Delahaye equipped with an engine with side valves. It was available in various body styles, the 32 was equipped with a 4-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 1943cc. The maximum power output was 20 hp at 1600rpm. The car was rear-wheel drive and fitted with a manual 4-speed gearbox. The top speed was 60 km/h.
Starting in 1910 the range was updated with the arrival of the 32D and in 1911 with the arrival of the 58
In early 1914, the production of the 32 was ceased. Prior to this, a new version of the 32 was introduced. It was fitted with a bigger 4-cylinder engine. This had a displacement of 2949cc, which appealed to a more affluent clientele.