Presented to the press on April 24, 1961, the Citroën Ami 6 was described at the time as a “big little car” because of its generous roominess.

Built on a 2CV chassis, it existed as a sedan and as a station wagon: it is the latter which has sold the best.

Assembled in Rennes in what was then a brand new factory, the Ami 6 had a 602 cc engine developing 22 hp!

Yvonne De Gaulle's personal car, the sedan version of the small Citroën was characterized by its rear window.

A singular choice, the objective of which was to keep the glasses clean in rainy weather.

More than a million copies of the little Frenchwoman will be built until 1971.


Small engine for the Maserati Levante Hybrid


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