The 15 SIX appears in 1938. That is 4 years after...
The 15 SIX appears in 1938. That is 4 years after the aborted birth of the 22 with 8 cylinders. This "Queen of the Road" owes its nickname to a magical alliance: the marriage of the excellence of the Traction 11, and the performance of a 6-cylinder.
Interrupted in 1939, its production restarts in 1947 with an engine rotating to the right (Droite), hence its name as 15 SIX 'D'. Its recognition points: its grill with oblong crank hole, its wings without position lamps, then, in 1952, a rounded trunk and ribbed, rectilinear bumpers. The 15 SIX H has hydropneumatic suspension, as standard, on the rear wheels. A first in 1954!
Among the shapes produced up to 1955, there is one especially respected by enthusiasts: the Cabriolet, released in a single example.