Panhard-Levassor Landaulet from 1911.
Also known as “The Aristocratic” for its luxurious interior decoration made of velvet, silk, wood, crystals and precious gold details. Among its opulent accessories there where a telephone, so that passangers could contact the drive, as well as a convertible top known “Landaulet”.
Since it is a car designed before the discovery of electricity, its headlights were illuminated with gas and its engine was started by a turning a crank inserted in the front of the vehicle.
As for its manufacture, it was carried out by the prestigious Bellvalet Company, located in Paris.