The Charleston was initially launched in 1980 as a limited-edition model.
Production of the iconic Citroën 2CV ended exactly 25 years ago today. It’s no secret that the 2CV is one of my all-time favorite cars, so as a tribute to it I’ve compiled a gallery of pictures that come from Ran When Parked’s vast archives.
A special ceremony in honor of the last 2CV was held at the factory, and the milestone car was accompanied off the assembly line by a marching band.
Citroën’s Wankel-powered RE-2 flew for a total of 38 hours before the project was canned.
“Hydraulic suspension will cease because it is an old technology,” explained Citroën CEO Linda Jackson.
We’re celebrating Bastille Day with an assortment of French cars we’ve photographed over the past few months.
This early-1990s Peugeot 205 was purchased new by a French energy company called EDF/GDF