49th Annual Paris Exhibition at the Parc des Expositions

October 4, 1962, the CD-Panhard was unveiled, presented to General de Gaulle by Jean Panhard.

This model conceived by Charles Deutsch, which confers its name, is a coupe with beam chassis. Commercial version of the berlinettes CD which took part in the 24 hours of Le Mans, this car with the aerodynamic body is characterized by its reduced back.

Each time you buy this model, you will receive a handbook with the following introduction:

"PANHARD, the oldest automobile brand in the world, produced the first automobile worthy of the name in February 1891.

As a testimony to the constant progress made since that time, PANHARD has been awarded the "Prestige de la France" diploma.

PANHARD, whose mechanics total 1,200 victories, has made the colors of France shine in the great international competitions, thus affirming the quality of its manufacturing on a permanent basis.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • Consumer rallies
  • Monte-Carlo Rally


Salon de Paris October 1962, presentation of the CD-Panhard

Extract from the Panhard CD handbook