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Avions Voisin is a French automobile company founded by aviation pioneer Gabriel Voisin.
From 1919 to 1939 at its plant in Issy-les-Moulineaux, an industrial suburb of Paris, about 11,000 machines of thirty different models, including prototypes, were produced.
No more than 150 of them have survived to this day, which is explained by the widespread use of aluminum in their construction, which was in demand during the WW2.
Voisin strove to go his own way in everything, therefore, contrary to the once common practice of custom-made bodies, he developed factory bodies using aviation technologies.
He was a supporter of functional design, but influenced by his friend Andre Telmont, he was fond of art deco style.
In the 30s. he designed a range of futuristic vehicles with aerodynamic bodies and numerous technical innovations such as a vacuum operated sliding roof.
In addition, Voisin used silent spool-valve Knight engines on all of his models.
Avions Voisin products were too expensive to be in demand during the Great Depression.
As a result, the company ran into financial difficulties, and with the outbreak of war in 1939, it ceased to exist.