French Baudier Tanneau Type 3 from 1900, one cylinder, 401 cc, 3.5 HP, 40 km/h
G. Baudier was a French manufacturer of automobiles.
The Paris-based company began building automobiles in 1900. Production ended in 1901.
The only 3 CV model resembled the Renault of the time. A water-cooled single-cylinder built-in engine from De Dion-Bouton provided the drive. The engine had a displacement of 401 cm³ and made 3 hp. The power was transmitted by cardan drive. The open Spider body offered space for three people.
The only vehicle of this brand can be seen in the Cité de l’Automobile in Mulhouse.