The TPV (Very small car) project was set in motion before the Second World War with the guidance of Michelin, Citroën's parent company since 1973. A large survey was taken across the country to determine the needs for drivers in rural areas. On the 7th October 1948, the 2CV was officially presented. Equipped with a small bicylinder, it could fit up to 4 people in a very comfortable setting. The simplicity of the car was an advantage, and you could even enjoy the sun with the removable roof. The 2CV 6 appeared in 1968 and was equipped with a more powerful engine. It was produced until 1990.
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