The Citroën 2CV is easily one of the most well known cars built. Introduced in 1948, the 2CV was named for its two horsepower engine (CV in French roughly translates to “Chevaux” or “Chevaux-Vapeur,” which means horsepower or steam horsepower, which was the taxable horsepower of early French cars). The 2CV featured distinctive styling which was largely unchanged during its 42 year production run.
- Light truck variant of Citroën’s legendary 2CV
- Popular with commercial vendors in tight European cities
- Powered by an air-cooled 425-cc two-cylinder engine
- Four-speed manual transmission
- Gray exterior with tan stripped interior
- Great marketing tool
- Rare and rust free