The Voisin C23 is a car that was built by French aviation pioneer Gabriel Voisin from 1931 to 1936.


With the aim to construct a car with the dimensions between the smaller 13CV and the larger 33C, Gabriel Voisin conceived the C23. This car served as a template, so that the designcould be easily fitted in with the existing product range.


The design by Voisin remained almost unchanged since 1925.


The car was fitted with a Voisin Knight double-valve 2994cc engine. This helped the C23 produce 66 kW at 3,000rpm and reach a top speed of around 130 km/h.