France, at the end of the 1950s.
Charles Aznavour starts to make way when a car model is introduced which strikes like a bomb. La bombe Citroën’ sold 80,000 cars in the first week, and was to be produced 1.5 million times in the following 20 years. Flaminio Bertoni’s design of the Citroën is groundbreaking and is still much praised and is often praised today. Technically, the car is also praised for its driving characteristics, low centre of gravity and therefore gets its nickname ‘the iron’ due to its shape.
If you drive this Citroën ID20, you will understand why it is an immodest prize gun. You immediately imagine yourself in Parisian spheres. You roam around in all tranquillity through a hurried world and nothing seduces you into rushing or annoyance. After all, you feel like you are sitting on a huge armchair in a French Grand Café. The previous owner has completely restored the Citroën, which ensured that this ID is in good condition. Everything about this car is peculiar, stubborn and French in a playful way. Come along soon, because a surprise awaits; two for the price of one!