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1984 Citroën BX16 TRS

Once ubiquitous, now near-extinct, the BX is a hugely significant car that deserves to be remembered – and saved

2022 DS 9 E-Tense Opéra

Nein danke. For all its Gallic charm, the DS 9 doesn’t do enough to break Britain’s German habit.

1982 Citroen BX - from Gandini’s original 1977 design sketch to the production

A quirky outlier that managed to find a mainstream audience, and justified Citroen’s existence to its new masters

2021 Citroën C4 PureTech 130 S&S Shine Plus

Cardigan, slippers, C4. It’s all gone a bit Gwyneth Paltrow as the C4 is reincarnated as a calm, comfortable, stress-busting crossover.

Citroën ZX Volcane 1.9 Turbo D 1993 to 1997

If you couldn’t afford a Lamborghini Diablo or Ferrari Testarossa during the 1990’s, there was a much more cost-effective wedge of excitement on the market. Designed by Bertone, the Citroën ZX Volcane TD was a slice of gallic cool that appealed to a very different customer than the Ford Escort XR3i. More Saint-Tropez than South-end-on- Sea, if you will.

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