Peugeot Type 36

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Peugeot Type 36
Peugeot Type 36 02.jpg
Manufacturer S. A. des Automobiles Peugeot
Production 1901-1902
111 produced
Body and chassis
Body style Spyder
Layout RR layout
Engine 642 cc single-cylinder engine
Predecessor Peugeot Type 33
Successor Peugeot Type 63

The Peugeot Type 36 was a new model from Peugeot made in 1901 and 1902. It was the first Peugeot to feature a steering wheel rather than a tiller. The Type 48 also used a newly developed upright single-cylinder made by Peugeot. On this vehicle, the engine was available in four states of tune, offering between 5 and 8 bhp.

Bodies were made only to order giving rise to an average customer waiting time of 10 months after placing an order.

In 1900 France was the world's leading auto producer, building 4,800 cars in that year alone[1] of which Peugeot accounted for 500.


  1. ^ Leading 4 auto-producing countries in 1900:
    France 4,800 cars
    USA 4,000 cars
    Germany 800 cars
    England 175 cars

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