“Henry De Ségur Lauve — An American designer in Paris” is a particularly suitable read for North American Citroënistes.
Vincent Beyaert describes the production and development of the 2CV assembled at the Forest plant in Belgium.
A fascinating book about an underexposed part of Citroën’s history
Thijs van der Zanden has just published 2 new Citroën books in English and just in time for Christmas.
More than fifty years have now passed and it is time to look at the events objectively.
Publisher Citrovisie is offering an English translation of the book “Citroën CX, aerodynamic elegance”. Over the years, the CX book has become the de-facto resource publication for the CX.
In this comic book you will find two stories in which the Citroën GS plays the main role.
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.
Marc Stabèl has just released a new and revised international version of his acclaimed book on the Citroën GS and GSA. In the two years since it was published in Dutch, a lot of new information and photographs have come to light and the book has been extensively revised and …
One aspect of Citroën DS history that has not been well documented to date is how it succeeded in the Asian market. A new book that is coming out called “Citroën DS in Asia” aims to change that. Thijs van der Zanden, a Dutchman who is not only a Citroen …