Letourner et Marchand of Paris, France, bodied around twenty Delage D8-120s in two styles, a fastback and notchback coupe. The fastbacks were sporty while the Aerosport Notchback Coupes favored elegance and luxury. These cars were given long bonnets to conceal the eight-cylinder engine that lay beneath. The bodies were well proportioned and flew gracefully in to the vehicles running boards. The headlights were integrated into the fenders.
One of the Aerosport D8-120 with coachwork by Letourneur et Marchand was displayed at the 1939 World's Fair in New York. The term, Aerosport, represented the fastback roof design.