The Voisin C7 was a car made between 1924 and 1928.
The summer of 1924 saw the launch of the C7. IT was built on a chassis slightly longer than that of the C4S, which it replaced. The car was available in four configurations. The bare chassis, torpedo, coupé de ville and saloon.
Mindful of the need to offer his clientele more space, Voisin also offered the same body styles on a chassis 10cms longer. These were called the C7 L. The C7s were fitted with a 1,551cc engine.
The C7 was also available as a two-door coupé on the long chassis known as the Grand Sport.
After four years of production, during which some 1,350 were built, the C7 was withdrawn in 1928.