Below is a list of all Talbot cars & models that have come out so far. This Talbot vehicle model list includes photos of Talbot vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Talbot cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Items featured on this list include everything from Talbot Samba to Talbot-Lago T120 This list of car models made by Talbot is a great way to see how Talbot has evolved over the years. Talbot types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- Photo: uploaded by BojanglesTalbot-Lago T26 was a car produced by Talbot-Lago.... more on Wikipedia
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Talbot Tagora is an executive car developed by Chrysler Europe and produced by Peugeot Société Anonyme. The Tagora was marketed under the Talbot marque after PSA took over Chrysler's European operations in 1979. PSA presented the first production vehicle in 1980 and launched it commercially in 1981. The Tagora fell short of sales expectations, described as a "showroom flop" just a year after its launch, and PSA cancelled the model two years later. Fewer than 20,000 Tagora models were built, all of them at the former Simca factory in Poissy, near Paris, France. Despite its reputation as a "duffer", the car has acquired a cult following.... more on Wikipedia
- Photo: uploaded by BojanglesTalbot-Lago T150C was a car produced by Talbot-Lago.... more on Wikipedia
- The Talbot Samba is a supermini car manufactured by the PSA Group in the former Simca factory in Poissy, France, and marketed under the short-lived modern-day Talbot brand. Based on the Peugeot 104, it was the only Talbot not inherited from Chrysler Europe, engineered by PSA alone. It was also the last new Talbot to be launched, and the last in production. Its demise in 1986 was effectively the end of the Talbot brand for passenger cars. Launched initially as a three-door hatchback, it was also for some time the only supermini available in a factory-ordered cabrio body style, and the most economical car in Europe.... more on Wikipedia