The Type 10 was a luxury car produced between 1901 and 1904 by the French automaker Delahaye.


It was introduced as a replacement for the Delahaye 4 1/2-6HP, with a more sophisticated design than the car that preceded it. It was the first front-engined Delahaye.

The Type 10B was introduced in 1902, which together with the Type 11, marked a turning point in the production of Delahayes. They were the first cars from Delahaye to have an engine with 4 cylinders. This engine had a capacity of 2.2 litres and was able to produce between 9 and 12 hp.

The Type 10 was replaced by two models, the Type 15B and the Type 32.