The 11 CV was launched in 1935 - longer and wider than the 7CV, it was fitted with the 1 911 cm3 engine of the 7 Sport and "pausodyne" engine mountings.
The 7 Sport was renamed the 11 Légère and was available as a 4 door berline, a faux cabriolet or a cabriolet.
The 11 was available as a berline, faux cabriolet, cabriolet and coupé de ville and also in long wheelbase form as a 5/6 seat conduite intérieure, 7/9 seat familiale (the predecessor of today's MPVs?) and a 5 seat coupé de ville.
In 1936, all the Traction Avant cars were fitted with rack and pinion steering and the grille was painted instead of chrome-plated as previously.
An externally opening boot was fitted to the berlines - hitherto access to the boot was from inside the car.
In 1937, the 11 Légère became the 11 BL while the 11 became the 11B.