Now, what car is called after today? Peugeot 204? Mais non, trop tot.
Keeping with the French theme we have the.....
Panhard 24. Their last car, commercially crippled because Citroen owned Panhard at the time and wanted the factory space to make their own models so the 24 was limited to two doors and cylinders.
No, I don't know how or if the wipers did their job properly.
Note that there were short and long wheelbase variants so have one of each.
Edit: now that I've read the text, it talks at length about the heating/demisting which involves the instrument on the glove box lid which is revealed to be a thermometer