A large part of the history of French Cars, Citroen 2CV was first introduced in Paris in 1948. The most notable feature of this car is its minimalist combination of breakthrough and innovative automobile engineering and straightforward and utilitarian bodywork of metal. This classic car was famous for its air-cooled engine. The output of the Citroen 2CV is 9 to 25 HP. This French car was manufactured for a period of 40 years.
The French automobile manufacturing company, Peugeot produced the 404 from the year 1960 to 1975. It was a large family car popular mostly in African countries like Kenya and Chile. This car was mostly used as a taxicab and had great durability and value. This car was marketed till 1988.
Manufactured by Delage between 1929 and 1940, Delage D8 was a luxury car with eight-cylinders. This model has a 4061 cc engine and had a maximum output of 102 HP. Delage was itself one of the leading and most successful car manufacturers in France. The most striking feature of the cars produced by Delage was its bare chassis form, which allowed the cars to be fitted with one of Paris’s more prestigious body builders. This made the D8 appear in different and elegant shapes throughout its manufacturing life.