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Citroën GS Birotor-1975

Citroën GS Birotor-1975

Introduced at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September, 1973, the Birotor was a bit of a surprise. Citroën had elected to fit the Wankel into a mid-level GS, rather than a top-of-the-line DS.

Citroën GSA- 1979

Citroën GSA- 1979

The Citroën GS (which means mass production in French) is a passenger car model with flowing lines that was introduced in 1970. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Citroën, Peugeot A.S.
Citroën H-Van- 1972

Citroën H-Van- 1972

The H-Van was simple to maintain, cheap to run, and durable, enabling the French to have their goods to market after WWII.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën ID 19 Saloon- 1959

Citroën ID 19 Saloon- 1959

The Citroën D series was the sensation of the 1955 Paris Auto Show. With its streamlined silhouette and its hydro-pneumatic suspension (no springs), this car had many features that were ahead of its time.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën M-35- 1970

Citroën M-35- 1970

In the late 60s Citroën, like many other car manufacturers, thought that rotary power might be the wave of the future. The M-35 prototype was the first rotary- powered car Citroën made. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Citroën, Citroën SA
Citroen Mehari 4x4 prototype-1974

Citroen Mehari 4x4 prototype-1974

Introduced in 1968, the Mehari was a new multi-purpose, all terrain pick-up joining Citroën’s family of light, flat-twin vehicles.

Citroën Mehari 4x4- 1982

Citroën Mehari 4x4- 1982

Introduced in 1968, the Mehari was a new multi-purpose, all terrain pick-up joining Citroën’s family of light, flat twin vehicles.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Citroën
Citroën Saxo Electrique-1997

Citroën Saxo Electrique-1997

In 1997 Citroën and Peugeot came out with an electric car based on the compact 106 Series cars.

Citroën SM- 1973

Citroën SM- 1973

The SM came into being as a pure experiment. With the exception of small, low-powered cars, Citroën was practically alone in building front-wheel drive models.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Citroën, Citroën SA
Citroën Tissier Car Carrier-1988

Citroën Tissier Car Carrier-1988

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Citroën Type 350- 1968

Citroën Type 350- 1968

The Citroën Type 350 (series n) was launched in 1964. Design of the body, with strong similarities to its predecessor the Ami 6, was the last work of designer Flaminio Bertoni, who was also responsible for the Traction Avant, the 2CVv, the DS, and the Ami 6. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën Visa Club- 1983

Citroën Visa Club- 1983

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Citroën Visa GTi Rally Car- 1983

Citroën Visa GTi Rally Car- 1983

The Citroën Visa, conceived in the early 1970s as Project Y2, was envisioned as a replacement for the Ami 8. Citroën was forced to redesign the car after its acquisition by Peugeot in 1976. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Citroën, Peugeot A.S.
Commer Imp Van MkII- 1968

Commer Imp Van MkII- 1968

The Imp was a small semi-hatchback, rear-engined car designed to go head-to-head with BMC’s Mini. It was Britain’s first car with an aluminum block and head.

Coronet- 1958

Coronet- 1958

The Coronet is an attempt to offer full-size car looks in a three-wheeled microcar. It came as a two- or three-seater convertible. The engine is in the rear, sitting in front of the one rear wheel.

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • Coronet cars Ltd.
Croco- 1978

Croco- 1978

The Croco was designed for extreme off-road situations. It articulates in the middle, it is amphibious, and it can climb and descend almost any hill you are willing to try. 

  • Country of Origin: Switzerland
  • TAG Group SA
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