Peugeot Vis-A-Vis Type 26 from 1902, two cylinders, 1645 cc, 4 HP, 30 km/h
The Peugeot Type 26 was produced from 1899 to 1902 by Peugeot. It was larger than the mainstream Peugeot range, available as a four-seater. However, the Type 26 still used the traditional rear-engined layout and chain drive mechanism of Peugeot’s earliest cars.
By the time it went out of production in 1902, this layout had been rendered obsolete by the introduction of rotating steel drive shaft and front-engine configuration of the Peugeot Type 48. A total of 419 Type 26s were produced.