Rewind to 1968 and the stunning Citroen DS 21 was rolling off production lines. It featured a powerful (for the time) 139bhp, 2.2-litre petrol engine with an innovative four-speed semi-automatic transmission and knee-trembling styling.
There was arguably very little as stylish and as comfortable on long, cross continental cruises as the DS 21. Other neat features include Citroen’s self-levelling suspension, a stylish single-prong steering wheel and an in-built Continental radio that looks as if it should take centre stage in an art gallery.
This supremely stylish DS was converted into a cabriolet in 2005 by the French coachbuilder Ivanoff.
A beautiful example of a one of the most elegant designs of the period.
Cette DS très stylée a été transformée en cabriolet en 2005 par le carrossier Français Ivanoff.
La DS a été restaurée en 2005 telle que vous la voyez aujourd’hui. Un bel exemple d’un design des plus élégants de cette époque.