Citroën GS

The Citroën GS (1970–79) and Citroën GSA (1980–86) were small family cars produced by the French automaker Citroën. The GS was voted European Car of the Year for 1971, and was probably the most technologically advanced car in its class when launched, with class leading comfort, safety and aerodynamics. ... from Wikipedia

Manufactured by Citroën

Class & Body style

  • Van
  • Station wagon
  • Hatchback
  • Fastback

Production period

  • 1970—1986

Videos

Citroen GS running with three wheels.
Citroen GS running with three wheels.
Citroën GS Advert
Citroën GS Advert
How to drive a Citroen GS properly
How to drive a Citroen GS properly
Citroen GS Turbo
Citroen GS Turbo
the citroen GS getting out of garage
the citroen GS getting out of garage
CITROEN GS BIROTOR ENGINE SOUND PART 1
CITROEN GS BIROTOR ENGINE SOUND PART 1

Engine data

  • Air-cooled engine
  • Flat-4
  • 1015 cc

Production and assembly

Production countries:
  • Chile
Production plants:
  • Slough

Successor models

Tests and reviews from the web

Citroën GS - Wikicars:  If using information gathered from Road Test articles from a reputable automotive source, ... GS Birotor. Citroën was one of the first carmakers to join the rotary ... read more
YouTube - crash test citroen gs:  crash test citroen gs Visita: http://www.forocoches.com/foro/showthread.php?t=409045&highlight=antiguso read more
Citroën GS and GSA Index:  GS - built in South Africa/vervaardig in Zuid-Afrika. South African review of the GS1220 ... 1981 Car Giant Test Vauxhall Astra L-v-Citroën GSA Club-v-Peugeot 305GL ... read more

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