The Citroen is classified as a homogenous and coherent set of components, designed to contribute to the safety and reliability of your vehicle.
In 1900, Andre Citroen successfully utilized a patent for gears in the form of double chevrons, a symbol he then used in 1919 when he began to manufacture cars.
Between 1921 and 1936, the oval was replaced by a hexagon on a blue background that highlighted the yellow chevrons, then the name Citroen was introduced.
In the early 1930s, a parallel logo appeared, representing a swan sailing in Citroen rafters, to symbolize the new floating engines.
By 1959, the yellow chevrons protrude from a white ellipse and then in 1966, the name Citroen was integrated with a blue square.
From 1985, onwards to modernize the image of the Brand, the rafters were then white and inserted within a red square.
In 2009, the brand’s new logo featured chromed and rounded chevrons in 3D, with Citroen inscribed in red underneath. It was refined further in 2016 when a 2D version inspired by a flat design, which was then unveiled.
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