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Since the creation of the brand in 1919, you have been part of Citroën. Your life and your desires are our source of inspiration. We are INSPIRED BY YOU.

CITROËN IS
"INSPIRED BY YOU"

From the time of André Citroën until today, we design and innovate to improve your daily life.

To define and realize our vision, we are inspired by you.
We are attentive to your dreams of greater freedom and a better adventure, of happier shared moments, ... sweeter Monday mornings.
We then create, manufacture and develop daring and visionary vehicles and services that are the fruit of an inexhaustible source of inspiration: you.

Being people-minded is the reason we are here today.

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A BOLD
AND UNIQUE DESIGN

SO YOU CAN BE UNIQUE

Citroën's approach to the design of its cars is unique: to be daring and to stand out.
How do we do it? By playing with the codes and iconic details of our models from the past, and always looking for simplicity. This is what makes our range of vehicles very different from what you see on the street.

HOW TO PRONOUNCE CITROËN?

Here we offer a short guide on how to pronounce Citroën.
It's as easy as your driving experience!
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THE HISTORY OF CITROËN LOGOS

  • In 1900, André Citroën successfully exploited a patent on gears in the shape of double chevrons, a symbol that he took up in 1919, when he entered the automobile industry.
  • Between 1921 and 1936, the oval was replaced by a hexagon on a blue background which brought out the yellow chevrons, then the name Citroën appeared.
  • At the start of the 1930s, a parallel logo appeared, representing a swan sailing in Citroën rafters, to symbolize the new floating engines.
  • In 1959, the yellow chevrons protrude from a white ellipse, then in 1966, the Citroën name was integrated into a blue square.
  • From 1985, to modernize the image of the Brand, the chevrons are now white and inserted in a red square.
  • In 2009, the brand new logo features chrome and rounded chevrons, in 3D, with Citroën inscribed in red below, and in 2016, a refined 2D version, inspired by flat design, was unveiled.

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