The T26 was a luxury car produced between 1914 and 1915 by the Spanish automaker Hispano-Suiza.


The T26 was launched as an evolution of the glorious Alfonso XIII. On this model, the shooting broad outlines became softer along the sides, especially in the front fenders, a trend that looked more sinuous and less angular. The T26 was equipped with a new engine 4-cylinder 4.5-litre engine that could deliver 75hp.

The car achieved success until production was halted due to outbreak of the First World War.

Only 56 cars of this model were produced.