From 1919 to 1959, changes in the logo led to the disappearance of the A and to the transformation of the oval into a blue octagon.
In 1984, the double white chevron was placed on a red square. A strong visual identity, based on the “Les chevrons sauvages” (the wild chevrons) promotional film.
Since 2009, the Citroën name has been written in red beneath rounded 3D-effect silver chevrons on a white background.
Because Citroën has always had a special relation with its customers, making it the most collected automobile brand today, we’ve developed Citroën Origins. It offers an original and immersive experience of the brand’s iconic models: 360° views, specific sounds for each model, stories from the period, and much more.
For its centenary, Citroën has published a collector's catalogue that takes us through the features and history of the 30 iconic models exposed at the Rétromobile 2019 exhibition.
An opportunity to travel back in time!
Enjoy your reading…
Star of the Rétromobile Paris 2019 exhibition, Citroën celebrated its Centenary by showcasing 30 of its vehicles: iconic models, legendary concept-cars, and stars of racing and rallying.