The Anthéor was a high-end car produced between 1950 and 1954 by the automaker Hotchkiss.
The Anthéor was the cabriolet version of Anjou. The Anthéor was available with two different wheelbases, 2.92m and 3.09m. It was also available with two engines, the 2312 cc 4-cylinder in-line engine which produced 72 bhp of power or the 3485 cc 6-cylinder in-line engine which produced 125 bhp.
The transmission was manual 4-speed gearbox, and maximum speed was 140 km/h.
Only about 40 copies were made due to the high price tag.
The car was removed from production in 1954.