Citroëns on display in Beaulieu
27 April 2006

Citroën fans can study some of the brand's best design work at a special exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.

The displays include some of the most famous Citroëns, including the Traction Avant, 2CV and DS19, alongside more modern machinery like the latest C6. An audio/visual tour also tells the story of the art and design used in the company's marketing from 1919 to the present day.

The 'Art of Citroën' exhibition runs until April next year. The National Motor Museum is open from 10am-6pm May to September and 10am-5pm October to April.

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