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Delahaye

Delahaye automobile was an automotive manufacturing company founded by Émile Delahaye in 1894, in Tours, France, his home town.

Delahaye 135

Delahaye 135 was an automobile manufactured by Delahaye. Designed by young engineer Jean François, it was produced from 1935 until 1954 in many different body styles.

Delahaye 175

Delahaye 175 was an automobile manufactured by Delahaye between 1947 and 1951. The last of the large Delahayes, the type 175 was essentially a brand new chassis and engine.

Delahaye Racing

Delahaye Racing is a Belgian auto racing team based in Wavre, Belgium. The team has raced in the TCR International Series, since 2017. The team also races in the TCR Benelux Touring Car Championship, Michelin Le Mans Cup and Volkswagen Fun Cup.

Delahaye 235

Delahaye 235 is a luxury car built by French manufacturer Delahaye from 1951 until 1954.

Delahaye 134

Delahaye 134 is a four-cylinder luxury automobile manufactured by Delahaye. Based on Jean François' Delahaye 135, it was produced from 1933 to 1940 (from 1936 as the 134N) and was briefly brought back by Delahaye manager Charles Weiffenbach in 1945 after hostilities ended.

Delahaye VLR

The Delahaye VLR was a four-wheel-drive passenger vehicle clearly inspired by the Jeep and first presented, after an unusually long gestation, by Delahaye during the Summer of 1950. At a time when the luxury car market had been driven into freefall by a combination of government taxation policy and the depressed state of the postwar economy, the VLR was critical in keeping alive the company that produced it during the early 1950s.

Delahaye (surname)

Delahaye is a French surname. It may refer to:

Delahaye 171

The Delahaye 171 was a “colonial” style vehicle developed by Delahaye for use in French Equatorial Africa and French West Africa.

De La Haye scandal

The De La Haye scandal was a major scandal which took place in 1919 in the city of Madras (now known as Chennai), India.