Hagerty has provided information about the Espace in an excellent article titled “Why Citroen’s radical T-Top Espace never took flight”.
They were never sold here, but if you would like to acquaint yourself with Citroën’s economy offerings of the 1980s and early to mid 1990’s there is a new book on the Romanian-built Citroën Oltcit and Axel models.
The CX was the evolution of the DS, but it was a radical change that abandoned its form in favour of what Citroën felt a modern sleek flagship sedan should be.
An exhibit dedicated to the accomplishments of Robert Opron will be held in Amiens France from Aug. 24 to Oct. 30, at the Maison de l’Architecture des Hauts-de-France. As part of that event, there will be a special tribute on Sept. 4.
Here, for the first time, designer Flaminio Bertoni could express himself fully and alone without interference from anyone else imposing the style of the car.
Although he had been in failing health for some time, the cause of his death has been attributed to Covid-19.
Exactly 65 years ago, the DS 19 was presented to the public for the first time at the Paris Motor Show and wrote automotive history right from the beginning.
The Citroën the DS was unique in that it achieved the Kamm tail effect without a chopped or up-ticked rear end.
Robert Opron’s accomplishments will be presented in conjunction with Citroëns at Carlisle and the Renault Owners Club of North America at the 2020 Carlisle Import and Performance show.
50 years after the introduction of the Citroën SM, DS Automobiles Design Studio, has chosen to pay tribute to it by organizing a design competition.