The Voisin C14 was a large passenger car that was produced 1928 and 1932.

Gabriel Voisin evolved the C11 into the C14 in 1929. Minor changes were made to Marius Bernard's six-cylinder engine led to the model being reclassified with a 13CV fiscal rating. Few other modifications were made bar the name and new chassis cross-members at the rear.

The essential characteristics of the C11 remained unchanged, as did the typical Voisin features of the time. The C14 had side-mounted luggage boxes, single headlight on the offside C pillar and the Art-Déco interior trim. It was offered in bare chassis form as well as two factory saloons, convertible, coupé and long wheelbase saloon.

A few technical and cosmetic changes were introduced for the 1930 model year. The body styles continued with only minor changes to the wings. On the mechanical front, the new models came equipped with a two-speed electromagnetic relay developed in conjunction with Cotal, allowing easy gear changes to be made from the steering wheel.