At the end of the fifties, the Citroën brand was limited to the 2CV and the DS. Citroën wanted to equip itself with a medium-size sedan to occupy the market between the two extremes. The design was given to Flaminio Bretoni, godfather of the Traction, 2CV, and DS. To ensure a roofguard optimised for the rear passengers and offer a more comfortable experience, he made a radical change. The rear windscreen was inverted, given this compact sedan a Z like aesthetic. The mechanical side came from its little sister, the Deuche. Becoming the bestselling car in France in 1966, the Ami 6 was produced until 1969, eventually giving way to the Ami 8.
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