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Citroen could revive the 2CV

In 2009, Citroen has unveiled its concept REVOLTe International Motor Show in Frankfurt, which regained some features of the famous 2CV.

At that moment, we were perfectly justified to think that the French manufacturer would revive its icon, as was done successfully, with Volkswagen New Beetle and BMW with Mini. Recall that the famous Citroen 2CV was produced between 1948 and 1990. The car was produced in 5,114,961 copies.

Since then, very little news about REVOLTe have circulated and voila everything indicates that the 2009 concept could eventually give life to a serial model.

Citroen DS2

In recent years, Citroen sells a trio of so-called high-end cars, which came styling C3, C4 and C5 ranges. They bear the names of DS3, DS4 and DS5. However, despite the use of the letters "DS" in recent have absolutely nothing to do with the famous Citroen DS.

According to reports, unofficial, currently circulating on the net, it appears that senior management Citroen, facing the huge success of its models "DS", including the DS3, is interested in repeating the experience this time it based its range C2.

The serial model would not be the famous name "2CV", but rather that of DS2. However, his figure could draw lines of this old car also called "Deuche."

Bet that next March in Geneva, Citroen will take the opportunity to unveil a concept harbinger of the future and that DS2 September 2012 Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris, it was the turn of the definitive model to unveil to the public.

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