Citroën is a French car brand that has been producing cars since 1919. Throughout its history, Citroën has been synonymous with innovation and style.
The company was the first to mass-produce cars with front-wheel drive in 1934; the Traction Avant was the first car.
The Traction Avant was also one of the first European cars to feature an all-steel body, replacing wooden frames and bodies.
The iconic 2CV car, first released in 1948, was a revolutionary small car. It was designed to be affordable and fuel efficient, with moderate performance.
In 1954, Citroën introduced the Traction Avant-based DS, featuring a revolutionary hydropneumatic self-leveling suspension system.
Citroën's first SUV, the CX, was released in 1974. It was the first production car equipped with a turbocharged petrol engine.
The Citroën GS was released in 1970 and was the first French car equipped with an egg-shaped instrument panel.
Citroën's first electric car, the C-Zero, was produced in partnership with Mitsubishi Motors in 2010.
The iconic Citroën SM debuted in 1970, a luxurious, high-performance grand tourer powered by a unique V6 engine.
In 1992, Citroën introduced the Xsara, a small family car with a unique design with curved lines and raised headlights.
The Citroën C4 Cactus was released in 2014 and was the first mass-produced car to feature advanced, lightweight foam-filled body panels for extra protection and insulation.