Made until the late sixties Citroën cars intended for, by and for the home market. And here and there in the then-uncluttered Europe there were people who liked French cars.
Then discovered the French International thinking and their companies were infected with marketers and managers. The French cars became faceless and began a long fall. Only Renault scored a cheap Dacia's cars that actually have a second serve central character.
Now the once famous Peugeot has just been saved by a Chinese entrepreneur, and Citroën only sells some DSsen in China.
But Citroën wants to revive the times of yore with the new Cactus. Senior boss Banzet and design chef Yves Bonnefont agree: There is once again a unique, genuine opinion Citroën.
Oh yes: the Creators of the Cactus got their inspiration from the IPad and the Smartphone ...
Time will tell. But an upgraded Duck had tasted better for us
Just like with the VelSatis ...