Andy Haslam discusses the creation of the 2CV and gives a great overview of all the 2CV derivatives.
Christian Darrosé is not going around Australia just once…
“They have been extremely successful in getting our brewery name out and about and are one of the most photographed things on the Isle of Man!”
The Founding President of Citroën Autoclub Canada has left us.
Why — climb on the roof for a photo op of course!
David Hume shares an offer Red made to him to purchase Red’s business or at least SMs and parts.
In our Citroënvie archives we came across a press release issued by Citroën Cars Corporation back in 1966 from their office on 641 Lexington Avenue.
Obviously an H Van inspired kiosk and not the real thing.
In recent months using fossil-free P1 eFuel no technical problems or difficulties have occurred with any vehicle.
They would be distinct to the mass of homogenous cars on our roads today
Oli is Citroën’s laboratory on wheels that demonstrates sustainable and affordable alternatives to conventional automotive design.
It was a fun effort and nice to now know just where these two photos were taken.
On Dec 3, 2022 Citroën Autoclub Canada held their annual Christmas party returning to The Mandarin Restaurant to enjoy the vast buffet selection that they offer.
Mike Mullen appeared at the 2020 Eyes on Design show in Detroit with his 2CV sporting a hippie paint job.
By John Fryday….. At a local car show a fellow enthusiast suggested submitting my car to the Hilton Head Concours d’ Elegance in November. It was a 4-hour drive and …
Thijs van der Zanden has just published 2 new Citroën books in English and just in time for Christmas.
Mark Gluck organized a fall foliage Citroën Traction Avant tour of Bucks County, PA.
John Chassin in Chicago has owned this DS for the past 48 years…
Rain was encountered in the morning, but that only made for about a 45-minute portion of the drive and actually as enjoyable as the sun-filled afternoon.
Caselani has taken inspiration from the 2CV Fourgonnette to collaborate with Citroën and create a retro Berlingo-based model.
We can’t help but notice the similarity in design of VW’s GEN.TRAVEL concept, especially the vertical windshield offset back in a manner almost identical to the Oli.
Hagerty has provided information about the Espace in an excellent article titled “Why Citroen’s radical T-Top Espace never took flight”.
They were in the process of, and were always continuously in the process of tinkering to use American components,