The Panhard Dyna X was a lightweight berline designed by the visionary engineer Jean Albert Gregoire and first exhibited as the AFG (Aluminium Francais Gregoire) Dyna at the Paris Motor Show in 1946. Mindful of the precarious economic situation in France after the II world war the Panhard company purchased the rights to build the little car. The Dyna had a steel tubular chassis to which was attached a lightweight aluminium four-door superstructure. The style was modern and aerodynamic. The engine was an air cooled two cylinder but, most important, the car was a Front Wheel Drive.


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