List of Citroën vehicles

A list of Citroën vehicles.

Current modelsEdit

Image Model Name Introduction Segment Body Style Predecessor Notes
Cars
  Ami 2020 Q 2-door quadricycle Citroën C-Zero Name previously used on the original Ami produced from 1961-1978.
  C3 2002 B 5-door hatchback

2-door convertible

Citroën Saxo
C3L 2020 B 4-door sedan n/a Crossover sedan version of the C3-XR.
  C-Elysée 2012 B 4-door sedan Citroën Elysée
Minivans
  Grand C4 SpaceTourer 2006 M 5-door compact MPV Citroën C8
SUVs/Crossovers
  C3 Aircross 2010 J 5-door SUV n/a
  C3-XR 2014 J 5-door SUV Citroën C2
  C4 2004 C 5-door hatchback Citroën Xsara
  C4 Cactus 2014 J 5-door SUV n/a
  C5 2001 D 5-door liftback Citroën Xantia Renamed C5X for 2021.
  C5 Aircross 2017 J 5-door SUV Citroën C4 Aircross
Vans
  Berlingo 1996 M 4/5-door panel van

5-door LAV

Citroën C15
  Jumpy 1994 M 4/5-door panel van

4/5-door minibus

Citroën C25

Citroën C35

Passenger variant is known as SpaceTourer since 2016.
  Jumper 1993 M 3/4-door van/minibus Citroën C25 Rebadged Fiat Ducato.

Historic modelsEdit

Image Model Name Introduction Discontinued Segment Body Style Predecessor Successor Notes
Cars
  Type A 1919 1921 D torpedo Citroën Type B2
  Type B2 1921 1926 D torpedo Citroën Type A Citroën Type B10
  Type B10 1924 1925 D torpedo Citroën Type B2 Citroën Type B12
  Type B12 1925 1927 D torpedo Citroën Type B10
  Type C 1922 1926 D torpedo

convertible

7U 1935 1938 E 4-door sedan Citroën Rosalie
  2CV 1948 1990 B 4-door sedan

5-door hatchback

2-door panel van

pickup

coupé utility

Citroën Dyane
  Ami 1961 1978 B 4-door sedan

5-door estate

2-door van

Citroën Axel

Citroën Visa

  Axel 1984 1988 B 3-door hatchback Citroën Ami

Citroën Dyane

Citroën AX
  AX 1986 1998 B 3/5-door hatchback Citroën LNA

Citroën Axel

Citroën Visa

Citroën Saxo
  Bijou 1959 1964 B 2-door coupe Small coupe based on 2CV
  BX 1982 1994 D 5-door hatchback

5-door estate

Citroën GS Citroën Xantia
  CX 1974 1991 E 4-door fastback

5-door estate

Citroën DS Citroën XM
  C-Crosser 2007 2012 J 5-door SUV Citroën Méhari

Citroën FAF

Citroën C4 Aircross
  C1 2005 2021 A 3/5-door hatchback
  C2 2003 2009 B 3-door hatchback Citroën Saxo DS 3
  C3 Picasso 2009 2017 M 5-door estate Citroën Xsara Picasso Citroën C3 Aircross
  C4 & C6 1928 1934 E 4-door sedan Citroën Type B12 Names later used for the Citroën C4 and Citroën C6 of the 21st century.
C4 Coupe 2004 2010 C 3-door coupe DS 4
  C4 Picasso 2007 2020 M 5-door compact MPV Citroën Xsara Picasso Citroën C5 Aircross Seven-seater version is still produced.
  C4 Aircross 2012 2017 J 5-door SUV Citroën C-Crosser Citroën C5 Aircross
  C-Triomphe 2006 2016 E 4-door sedan Citroën C4 Lounge Mid-size produced exclusively for the Chinese market.
  C5 Tourer 2008 2017 D 5-door estate Station wagon version of the C5.
  C6 2005 2012 E 4-door fastback Citroën XM DS 9
  C8 2002 2014 M 5-door minivan Citroën Evasion Citroën Grand C4 Picasso Part of the second-generation Eurovans along with the Peugeot 807, Fiat Ulysse, and Lancia Phedra.
  Dyane 1967 1983 B 5-door hatchback Citroën 2CV Citroën Visa

Citroën Axel

  DS 1955 1975 E 4-door sedan

5-door estate

2-door cabriolet

Citroën Traction Avant Citroën CX
  ID 1957 1970 E 4-door sedan Cheaper variant of the DS
  E-Méhari 2016 2019 J 2-door convertible SUV Citroën C3 Pluriel
  Evasion 1994 2002 M 5-door minivan Citroën C8 Part of the first-generation Eurovans along with the Peugeot 806, Fiat Ulysse, and Lancia Zeta.
  FAF 1977 1981 J 0/2-door SUV Citroën C-Crosser
  Fukang 1994 2009 C 4-door sedan

5-door hatchback

2-door panel van

4-door pickup

Citroën Elysée Manufactured by Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën.
  GS / GSA 1970 1986 C 4-door sedan

5-door hatchback

5-door estate

3-door van

Citroën ZX
  LN / LNA 1976 1986 A 3-door hatchback Citroën Dyane Citroën AX
  M35 1969 1971 B 2-door coupe Citroën LNA Small coupe based on Ami 8.
  Méhari 1968 1988 J 2-door convertible SUV Citroën C-Crosser
Nemo Multispace 2008 2017 M 5-door MPV Rebadged Fiat Fiorino passenger van.
  Rosalie 1932 1938 E 4-door sedan Citroën C4 & C6 Citroën Traction Avant
  Saxo 1996 2004 B 3/5-door hatchback Citroën AX Citroën C2

Citroën C3

  SM 1970 1975 S 3-door hatchback coupe
Synergie 1994 2002 M 5-door minivan Right-hand-drive version of the Evasion.
  Traction Avant 1934 1957 E 4-door sedan

2-door sedan

2-door cabriolet

5-door hatchback

Citroën Rosalie

Citroën C4 & C6

Citroën DS
  Visa 1978 1988 B 5-door hatchback

4-door cabriolet

Citroën Ami

Citroën Dyane

Citroën AX
  XM 1989 2000 E 5-door liftback

5-door estate

Citroën CX Citroën C6
  Xantia 1992 2002 D 5-door hatchback

5-door estate

Citroën BX Citroën C5
  Xsara 1997 2006 C 3/5-door hatchback

5-door estate

Citroën ZX Citroën C4
  Xsara Picasso 1999 2013 M 5-door compact MPV Citroën C3 Picasso

Citroën C4 Picasso

  ZX 1990 1998 C 3/5-door hatchback

5-door estate

Citroën GS Citroën Xsara
  DS 3 2009 2015 B 3-door hatchback Citroën C2 Moved to DS brand.
  DS 4 2010 2015 C 5-door hatchback Citroën C4 Coupe Moved to DS brand.
  DS 5 2011 2015 D 5-door hatchback Moved to DS brand.
Commercial
  Acadiane 1977 1987 M small van Citroën 2CV Utility Citroën C15 Light van based on Dyane.
  Belphégor 1964 1972 M medium truck Citroën U23
  C15 1984 2005 M panel van Citroën Acadiane Citroën Berlingo Light van based on Visa.
  C25 1981 1993 M 3-door van/minibus Citroën C35 Citroën Jumper Rebadged Fiat Ducato.
  C35 1974 1992 M 3-door van Citroën H Van Citroën C25 Rebadged Fiat 242.
  H Van 1947 1981 M 4-door panel van Citroën TUB Citroën C25

Citroën C35

  Nemo 2008 2017 M 3-door panel van Citroën Berlingo Rebadged Fiat Fiorino.
  TUB / TUC 1939 1941 M light van Citroën H Van
  U23 1936 1963 M light truck Citroën Belphégor Light truck based on Traction Avant.

Alternative fueledEdit

Citroën Alternative propulsion includes the following:

BiofuelsEdit

Biofuel Citroëns include the Citroën C4 BioFlex (bioethanol flexible fuel vehicle).[1]

Electric and hybrid vehiclesEdit

In the earlier years, electric cars were produced, e.g. the AX electrique, Saxo electrique etc. but in smaller series.

In the hybrid electric vehicle strategy there are four concept cars HYmotion at the Paris Motor Show 2008: Hypnos,[2][3] illustrating the latest breakthroughs in this field with the hybrid technology HYmotion4; the C4 HYmotion2 and C-Cactus ( diesel-electric hybrid), reflecting Citroën's plans to integrate this promising solution in affordable mass-market vehicles; and the C4 WRC HYmotion4, extending ecological principles to sports cars.[4]

Citroën showed the plug-in hybrid REVOLTe at the 2009 Frankfurt Motorshow.[5][6]

Concept carsEdit

Citroën has produced numerous concept cars over the decades, previewing future design trends or technologies. Notable concepts include the Citroën Karin (1980), Citroën Activa (1988), Citroën C-Métisse (2006), GT by Citroën (2008) and Citroën Survolt (2010).

4x4 ConversionsEdit

 
Citroën Berlingo with Dangel 4x4 system

Dangel, a French specialist automobile company based in Sentheim, Alsace, has produced 4x4 versions of Citroën and Peugeot vehicles since 1980. Its first conversion was the Peugeot 504. Dangel currently produces 4x4 conversions of the Citroën Berlingo, the Citroën Jumper and the Citroën Jumpy.[7]

AircraftEdit

In the early 1970s Citroën investigated the possibility of producing helicopters with the Wankel engines manufactured by its subsidiary Comotor.

  • RE2 Helicopter (flight-tested only)
  • Citroën GS BiRotor (flight-tested only)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Frankfurt Green: Citroen C-Cactus". thecarconnection.com. Retrieved 2007-09-19. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20090124171957/http://www.citroen.com/CWW/en-US/NEWS/NEWSRELEASES/LatestNewsReleases/080903_HYPNOS.htm. Archived from the original on January 24, 2009. Retrieved April 27, 2011. Missing or empty |title= (help)CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Blanco, Sebastian (2008-10-02). "Paris 2008: Citroën's Hypnos brings the rainbow into your car". Autobloggreen.com. Retrieved 2009-04-27. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ Julian Marsh. "Citroën at the Paris Motor Show 2008". Citroenet.org.uk. Archived from the original on January 25, 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-27. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ Ed (2009-09-16). "Citroen's REVOLTe - the electric 2CV". Gizmag.com. Retrieved 2009-10-06. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ "Citroen REVOLTe Concept (2009) with pictures and wallpapers". Netcarshow.com. 2009-09-30. Retrieved 2009-10-06. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^ "Dangel 4x4 Experts en systèmes 4 roues motrices". Dangel.fr. Retrieved 2010-07-09. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)