Coachwork by Kellner

Locomobile Model 38
1914 Locomobile Model 38
Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost
1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost
1919 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost
Renault Model 40 Type NN
1922 Renault Model 40 Type NN

Hispano Suiza H6B
1924 Hispano Suiza H6B
Hispano Suiza H6B
1925 Hispano Suiza H6B

Hispano Suiza H6B
1925 Hispano Suiza H6B
Renault 40 CV Type NM
1925 Renault 40 CV Type NM

Rolls-Royce 20 HP
1925 Rolls-Royce 20 HP
Cadillac Series 353 Eight
1930 Cadillac Series 353 Eight

Hispano Suiza H6C
1930 Hispano Suiza H6C
Rolls-Royce Phantom II
1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II

Bentley 3.5 Liter
1935 Bentley 3.5 Liter
Hispano Suiza J12
1935 Hispano Suiza J12

Packard 1608 Twelve
1938 Packard 1608 Twelve
The Kellner Coachbuilding Company began creating custom bodies for carriages in 1861. It had been created by George Kellner. As the automobile industry began during the late 1890's and early 1900's, the Kellner Company followed suite. They began creating custom coachbodies for automobiles beginning in 1903. By this time, the sons of the company's founder were now in-charge.

Georges Kellner Jr. is credited as being the creator of the 'torpedo' body style.

During World War I, the company produced the SPAD fighter planes, along with another company.

Carrosserie Kellner became well known for their work on the Hispano-Suiza automobiles. They opened showrooms on the Chmaps Elysees.

Q: What manufacturers did Kellner create coachwork for? A: Kellner created coachwork for (at least) the following manufacturers: Bentley, Cadillac, Hispano Suiza, Locomobile, Packard, Renault, Rolls-Royce

Q: What body styles did Kellner create? A: Kellner created (at least) the following body styles: Berline Limousine, Cabriolet, Cabriolet de Ville, Coupe de Ville, Drophead Sedanca Coupe, Landaulet, Pillarless Sedan, Salamanca, Three Position Double Cabriolet, Three-Window Coupe, Torpedo Cabriolet, Torpedo Phaeton, Tourer, Town Car, Transformable