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Key figures of Citroën


For over 100 years, Citroën has pushed the boundaries of audacity and creativity to make vehicles accessible to all. A strong DNA which has seen the brand moving its whole range towards electric. The AMI, an unconventional 100% electric and affordable mobility solution, comes under this vision.


In 2020, the brand sold 710,000 vehicles in over 90 countries. This is mainly due to its most recent vehicles, from the C3 to the C5 Aircross and C5 Aircross Plug-in Hybrid. Not forgetting the AMI, a novel and popular mobility solution.


Citroën Ami

The Citroën Ami is an anti-conformist object designed for urban mobility. Electric, customisable and compact, it can accommodate two people. Including My Ami Cargo, the professional version marketed since May 2021, the Ami is proving to be a real hit, with more than 20,000 orders in the five European countries where it is available.

Citroën C3

With more than 4.5 million drivers since 2002, this city car has seen consistent success. The new C3, the 3rd generation released in 2016, has boosted this even further with 750,000 customers since it hit the market.

Citroën Berlingo and Berlingo van

Citroën Berlingo has won the 'MPV of the Year' award at the What Car? Awards 2020 in the United Kingdom. In 2021, Citroën ë-Berlingo Van was voted Utility of the Year at the Automobile Awards by Motul. They have sold over 5.6 million units since their launch in 1996. 

Citroën C3 aircross and C5 aircross

An SUV with a unique character, Citroën C3 Aircross has been successful since the end of 2017 with more than 400,000 customers. For its part, Citroën C5 Aircross has sold 330,000 units since its launch in 2018. Recognised as the most comfortable and flexible SUV in its category, it will be given a new style in 2022 to assert a more statutory and dynamic personality.

Citroën grand C4 Spacetourer

The Grand C4 SpaceTourer is the latest in a whole generation of 7-seater MPVs with nearly 840,000 sold since 2006. Launched in 2013, it has made quite a mark in its category, selling nearly 440,000 vehicles. In 2019 the Grand C4 SpaceTourer was the second best seller in its segment, in France and in Europe.

New Citroën C4

Succeeding the C4 Cactus and unveiled in 2020, New Citroën C4 is the 10th car in the compact saloon line.  Marketed in both electric and combustion versions since January 2021, it has already sold more than 73,000 units. In all, Citroën has sold almost 12,500,000 compact saloons in 93 years!


Citroën has done exceptionally well in competitions over the last 30 years. From 1993 to 1997, the brand had 5 Manufacturer victories in the World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies. Between 2003 and 2012 it claimed 8 titles in the WRC, then 3 consecutive titles from 2014 to 2016 in the WTCC. And the history is still being written...