Citroën Logo
Years Active 1919 - present
Nationality Flag of France France
Appears in Gran Turismo 2
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
Notable Cars GT by Citroën Road Car '08
GT by Citroën Race Car '08

Citroën is a French automobile manufacturer based in Saint-Ouen, Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris. It was founded by André Citroën in 1919, making it one of the world's first mass-production car companies outside of the United States. Since 1976 it has been part of PSA Peugeot Citroën.

Originally a mass-market car maker with relatively straightforward designs, Citroën shocked the world in 1934 with the innovative Traction Avant, the world's first mass-production front wheel drive car (1934–57). Other significant models include the H Van (1947–81), the 2CV (1948–90), the DS (1955–1975) and the CX (1974–91). Citroën has also made a sports car prototype, named the 'GT by Citroën'.

Citroën made its Gran Turismo debut in Gran Turismo 2 and has appeared in all mainline games since.

List of carsEdit

Gran Turismo 2Edit

  • Saxo VTS
  • Xsara VTR
  • Xantia Exclusive
  • Xsara Rally Car

Gran Turismo 3Edit

  • Xsara Rally Car

Gran Turismo 4Edit

Gran Turismo PSPEdit

  • GT by Citroën '08
  • GT by Citroën (SP Model) '08
  • Xsara Rally Car '99
  • C5 V6 Exclusive '03
  • Xantia 3.0i V6 Exclusive '00
  • C3 1.6 '02
  • Xsara VTR '03
  • 2CV Type A '54

Gran Turismo 5Edit

Premium carsEdit

  • C4 Coupe 2.0VTS '05
  • C4 WRC '08
  • GT by Citroën Concept '08
  • GT by Citroën Road Car '08
  • GT by Citroën Race Car '08

Standard carsEdit

  • 2CV Type A '54
  • C3 1.6 '02
  • C5 V6 Exclusive '03
  • Xantia 3.0i V6 Exclusive '00
  • Xsara Rally Car '99
  • Xsara VTR '03

Pictures in Gran Turismo 2Edit

Pictures in Gran Turismo 4Edit

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