The Type 11 (also known as the 24/27 HP) was a luxury car produced between 1902 and 1904 by the French automaker Delahaye.


Launched in 1902, together with the smaller Type 10B, the Type 11 was one of the most significant among the first cars produced by Delahaye. It was fitted with a Delahaye engine with 4 cylinders. This engine had a capacity of 4.4 litres and produced up to 28 hp.

The car was rear-wheel drive and was fitted with a transmission was for the first time, instead of a chain belt.

The 24/27 HP was produced until 1904.