• CITROËN AMI 6 CELEBRATES 50TH

    Citroën recently revealed its latter-day DS models – the DS3, DS4 and DS5 – aimed at customers looking for bold choices on style, sensations and refinement. Fifty years ago, on 24 April 1961, the brand launched a car whose main target was women, the Ami 6, which rounded out Citroën’s range alongside the 2CV and the DS.

    SINGULAR STYLING TO CATCH THE EYE OF WOMEN

    Citroën launched the Ami 6 to fill the gap between the working-class 2CV and the high-end DS revealed at the Paris Motor Show in 1955. The new model was designed by in-house stylist Flaminio Bertoni, who also created the Traction Avant, the 2CV and the DS.