Emile Darl'Mat was a Peugeot dealer in Paris who came up with the idea for a light, affordable sports car built on the Peugeot chassis and engine. The body was styled by George Paulin, a former dentist with an affinity for automobile design.
Four models were available; a convertible, a coupe, a roadster, and a race car. The race car was almost identical to the roadster, and was the last model produced. Darl'Mats raced in the two-liter class at Le Mans in 1937 and 1938, where they finished fifth and eighth overall.