The 100th anniversary of Citroën exhibition in Autoworld

The 100th anniversary of Citroën exhibition was inaugurated yesterday in Brussels, and will remain open until September.

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Citroën is celebrating its 100th anniversary that became a major theme throughout the year at various events. For me, the flagship event was the factory stage at the 44th Rétromobile classic car show in Paris, but many other events joined the celebrations from Antwerp Classics to Autoworld.

The Belgian Autoworld Museum usually hosts four to six major thematic exhibitions a year, where several dozen thematic vehicles occupy the main gallery on the first floor (like the one last summer dedicated to Renault).

In between the main exhibitions, two ground floor exposition spaces are available for smaller (sometimes ad hoc) presentations encompassing about a dozen cars.

Autoworld’s major summer exhibition lists over fifty cars commemorating the history of the Brand bearing the double chevron.

The organisers could rely on a wide range of collaborations with Citroën Belux and the Belgian Clubs Citroën, as also with the Conservatoire Citroën to conjure the most emblematic Citroën cars as also several spectacular vehicles.

From the Type A through to the C3 Pluriel, with iconic models such as the Dyane, Ami6 and Méhari and many competition and rally cars. Before the visit, I recommend visiting Citroën's historical catalogue website Citroen Origins launched a few years ago.

The exhibition remains open until the 3rd September at the Autoworld museum, and there is also a Citroën 100 years parade planned for the 14th July.

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