New Citroen 2CV Rumored For IAA 2009

Posted: Sep 8 2009, 9:03am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:09pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

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Citroen has been part of my growing up. I do not drive them anymore, but I still follow the brand. In 2008 we already reported about a rumor that Citroen is bringing back the legendary 2CV (Duck) car.
Now images of a new concept car appeared that seem to look like a modern day 2CV. Citroen is celebrating its 90th birthday. So something big to show at the IAA 2009 is the right thing to do.
In 2005 Citroen held a design contest and a cool looking 2CV was the result.
More photos of the new Citroen Concept (mostly shadows) on the MotorSportReport.

The retro trend worked extremely well for other car makers: VW had great success already years back with the new Beetle; BMW makes a killing with the new Mini and for Fiat for their cute Fiat 500 is also selling very well. Maybe for Citroen a new 2CV is just the right thing to do.

The IAA 2009 will start on September 17th.

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