When Voisin start producing automobiles, it was immediately obvious that the airplane industry had effects on his design. They were unique, lightweight, aerodynamic and often with exotic materials and technologically advanced mechanical components. His brother had been killed in an automobile accident, so the Voisin automobiles were given a high degree of safety in an effort to avoid any future tragedies.
After a series of models with four-cylinder engines, Voisin finally decided in 1927 to add a six-cylinder model in its catalogue. It was the C11, on-line sleeve valves 6-cylinders of displacement 2.326 cc and power 66CV.
The C11 is automobile of the great prestige with beautiful and inimitable Art Deco style.