The Voisin C16 was a large passenger car built between 1929 and 1933.

The C16 was introduced at the 1929 Motor Show. It was based on the C12, keeping the same chassis but with a new engine. The engine was now a 5830 cc, fitted with two Zenith carburettors. The engine was rated fiscally at around 130 CV.

The most impressive part of this car is the engine. It fills the engine bay compartment and reuses the fine exhausts of the C12.