One of the ideas that was under development was to make the entire front of the car interchangeable, so that both European and American versions of the BX could be built using a common body.
Texts and illustrations, many of them previously unpublished, tell the story of Citroën’s first century in detail in three volumes. The fourth volume brings together reproductions of documents, images and drawings completing a century of automotive history.
Peter is taking orders now for the first printing that should be shipping in the latter part of May.
In ever-more ridiculous conversions of Citroën’s legendary little 2CV, the author and his partner have hiccupped through some 80 countries.
These books are a testimony to a bygone era and a beautiful legacy of what was undoubtedly the most prosperous period for the double chevron brand.
Two new books covering the Citroën BX will be available in 2021.
A new series of books from L’Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS has just come to market.
Swiss architect Christian Sumi has just released a new book on the Citroën DS that analytically examines the characteristics of the classic design.
A new children’s book series called “The Little French Car”.
Maurice Louche has released a new book about Citroen titled; “EMOTION CITROËN en competition (1948 – 1980)”.